Whiskey Cavalier: A 'Passionate Email From Bill Lawrence' Led ABC Boss to Briefly Reconsider Cancellation
It was an impassioned note from Whiskey Cavalier exec producer Bill Lawrence that led ABC to briefly consider reversing its decision to cancel the freshman Scott Foley-Lauren Cohan series, per the network’s top exec. READ MORE
Scrubs' Sarah Chalke, Bill Lawrence to Reunite for In-the-Works ABC Dramedy
Sarah Chalke is scrubbing in for another collaboration with a former boss. READ MORE
Pilot News: CBS Orders Rush Hour Drama — Plus: Super Clyde Lives!
CBS has its eye on yet another odd couple for the 2015-2016 TV season. READ MORE
Rush Hour TV Series In the Works for CBS from Bill Lawrence, Brett Ratner
Please try to understand the words that are coming out of this article. READ MORE
NBC Renews Undateable for Season 2
Exactly four weeks after NBC aired the final episodes of Undateable‘s first season, its star and executive producer took to Twitter with some very good news: Danny and the gang are coming back for a second season. READ MORE
Exclusive First Look: TBS' Ground Floor Has Bill Lawrence Humor, Pitch Perfect Singing
Scrubs. Spin City. Cougar Town.
Bill Lawrence has a pretty stellar record when it comes to creating comedies, and now TVLine has your first look at his latest exec-producing effort: TBS’ Ground Floor. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TBS Picks Up Bill Lawrence Sitcom Ground Floor
Bill Lawrence‘s best week ever continues: TBS has given a series order to the Cougar Town co-creator’s new workplace comedy Ground Floor. READ MORE
Cougar Town's Briga Heelan Joins Bill Lawrence's TBS Comedy; Pitch Perfect's Skylar Astin in Talks
Pitch Perfect‘s Skylar Astin is in negotiations to star in Bill Lawrence’s TBS comedy pilot Ground Floor, TVLine has learned. Additionally, Briga Heelan, who recurs as Grayson’s flighty baby mama on Lawrence’s Cougar Town, has signed on to join the cast. READ MORE
TVLine Items: AMC Relaunch Adds David Canary, Scrubs Vet Joins Bill Lawrence Pilot and More!
All My Children without Adam Chandler was like peanut butter without jelly or Buffy without Angel. Thankfully, that will no longer be the case when the revived soap hits (computer) screens again this spring.
Prospect Park has confirmed that five-time Daytime Emmy winner David Canary will reprise his role …READ MORE