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Hollywood Game Night Moving to Thursdays; Michael J. Fox Show Cancelled

Hollywood Game Night Thursday

Hollywood will play its games on a new night, when Hollywood Game Night resumes its sophomore season on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 9/8c. READ MORE


Brooke Shields to Give NBC's The Michael J. Fox Show a Twirl in Multi-Episode Arc

Army Wives Season 7 Spoilers

Nothing gets between Brooke Shields and… Mike Henry’s teenage son?

Shields will hit it off with Ian Henry during an upcoming three-episode guest arc on The Michael J. Fox Show …READ MORE


Emmys Watch: 15 Freshman Comedy Series/Stars Who Could (or Should) Shake Up the Old Guard

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Emmy aficionados know the drill: Each July, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announces its annual slate of nominees, inspiring a strange cocktail of elation and dread.

But just as vexing as the usual snubs …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS


Parks and Rec's Next Three Episodes, Including Halloween Outing, Bumped by The Voice, SNL

Parks and Recreation Preempted

The next three episodes of Parks and Recreation — including a Halloween-themed outing that was to air Oct. 31 — are being preempted, NBC confirmed with its latest scheduling alert. READ MORE


Exclusive: Sting Brings Holiday Cheer to NBC's The Michael J. Fox Show

Sting Cast Michael J Fox Show

There’s an Englishman in New York — and he’s there to guest-star on The Michael J. Fox Show.

TVLine has learned exclusively that recording artist Sting is shooting a guest spot on NBC’s freshman comedy this coming week, appearing as …READ MORE


Ratings: Big Bang Returns Bigger Than Ever, Crazy Ones Opens Strong, Glee and Grey's Drop

The Deception Verification

Premiere Week’s Thursday, like the universe, started with a big bang.

CBS’ double-pump of The Big Bang Theory — with 18.3 million viewers/5.3 rating (its biggest premiere ever), then 19.5 mil/5.8 — averaged out to an increase of 20 and 11 percent over last fall’s launch, with the second outing within spitting distance of …READ MORE


The Michael J. Fox Show: Does He Still Have It?

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There’s a point in Thursday’s premiere of The Michael J. Fox Show (9/8c) where Fox, as former local news anchor Mike Henry, contemplates a return to the medium he left after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease years before.

“What if I’m not the guy they remember?” he uncertainly asks wife Annie (played beautifully by Breaking Bad‘s Betsy Brandt), the line an obvious nod to Fox’s own sitcom comeback. READ MORE


Michael J. Fox Previews 'Sexy' TV Reunion With Wife Tracy (And Why Billy Vera Wasn't Invited)

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Michael J Fox Show Tracy Pollan

Flashback to spring 2013, time for Michael J. Fox to cast the wife for his eponymous sitcom comeback. What did you think… he would do at this moment?

Interestingly but not surprisingly, a face from the beloved actor’s past (and present, and future) — wife/Family Ties love interest Tracy Pollan — was briefly considered for the role …READ MORE


The Michael J. Fox Show Adds Candice Bergen, Charles Grodin as Mike's Parents

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Michael J. Fox has landed himself another set of standout TV parents.

Murphy Brown vet Candice Bergen and Beethoven patriarch Charles Grodin have boarded NBC’s new fall comedy The Michael J. Fox …READ MORE


Michael J. Fox Show to Find the Funny in Parkinson's: 'There's Nothing Horrifying About It'

Fall TV Preview
THE HENRYS -- Pilot -- Pictured: (l-r)  -- (Photo by: Eric Liebowitz/NBC)

NBC’s new fall comedy The Michael J. Fox Show is first and foremost “a family show,” executive producer Will Gluck noted Saturday at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour in Beverly Hills. The sitcom, however, won’t shy away from Michael J. Fox‘s real-life struggle with Parkinson’s Disease. In fact, they’ll tackle it early on with humor and heart. READ MORE