The Grinder Premiere: What's Your Verdict on Rob Lowe's Legal Comedy?
Rob Lowe’s newest character, Dean Sanderson, is the living embodiment of the “I’m not a lawyer, but I play one on TV” joke. And while that’s terrible news for his licensed attorney brother Stewart (Fred Savage), it’s one of myriad amusements to be found in Fox’s new comedy READ MORE & GRADE IT
Disney Channel's Lion King Sequel Casts Rob Lowe and Gabrielle Union, Brings Back James Earl Jones
James Earl Jones will once again voice the late lion king Mufasa in The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, an original movie airing on Disney Channel this November READ MORE
Pilot News: Rob Lowe Is The Grinder in Upcoming Fox Comedy
It’s time for Rob Lowe to brush up on his legal jargon.
The former Parks and Recreation actor has been tapped to star in Fox’s newly ordered pilot The Grinder, the network announced Thursday. READ MORE
Apocalyptic NBC Dramedy to Star Rob Lowe, Jenna Fischer, Megan Mullally
What if Revolution was funnier?
NBC is poised to answer that question, having given a green light to Apocalypse, an hour-long dramedy about the last days of mankind READ MORE
Parks and Rec: Rob Lowe, Rashida Jones Returning for Final Season
This will litrilly be music to Parks and Recreation fans’ ears: Chris and Ann are headed back to Pawnee. READ MORE
Pilot News: Rob Lowe to Play Overzealous Dad in NBC Comedy
Rob Lowe‘s vacation from NBC may not last that long, after all.
The Parks and Recreation actor will lead a comedy pilot about a newly sober narcissist whose decision to be a good parent READ MORE
TVLine Items: VH1 Cancels Best Week Ever, NBC Plans Coldplay Concert Special and More
Best Week Ever is not having the best week ever. VH1 has canceled the weekly pop-culture commentary show, which returned in January 2013 with a new look after a three-year hiatus. READ MORE
Parks and Rec Goodbye Episode Recap: Ann Gets Her Park, and We Are Wrecked
We’re gonna need a lot of breakfast food.
NBC’s Parks and Recreation this Thursday said farewell to Ann Perkins (played by original cast member Rashida Jones) and Chris Traeger (Rob Lowe, who joined the series in Season 2), with an episode that involved 103 scrapbooks, six buddy boxes, one party that was actually 30 parties and a mix tape that’s heavy on Sarah McLachlan. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: NBC Officially Orders Rob Lowe Tennis-Themed Comedy The Pro
Advantage, Rob Lowe.
NBC has formally handed a pilot order to The Pro, a single-camera comedy starring Lowe as a former doubles champion who …READ MORE
Parks and Recreation's 100th Episode Brings 'Big Surprises,' Andy's Return, Baby Drama and More
Parks and Recreation celebrates 100 episodes this Thursday (NBC, 8:30/7:30c), and the comedy is packing the momentous half-hour with enough surprises, cameos and big character reveals to make Leslie Knope proud. READ MORE