Don Cheadle, Andrew Rannells to Star in Showtime Comedy Pilot Ball Street
Showtime is buying stock in a couple of blue-chip actors for their new Wall Street comedy.
Don Cheadle (House of Lies) and Andrew Rannells (Girls) have signed on to star in the half-hour comedy pilot Ball Street, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Pilot News: Casey Wilson to Headline NBC's Marry Me, From Her Fiancé/Happy Endings EP
Pilot News: NBC Orders Relationship Comedy From Happy Endings Creator David Caspe
NBC and Happy Endings creator David Caspe are tying the knot.
The Peacock network has given a pilot order Marry Me, a single-camera comedy penned by Caspe.
The Mad About You-esque project centers on …READ MORE
Happy Endings Boss Teases Weddings & Break-Ups, Reacts to 'Odd' Save the Show Promo
Something ah-mah-zing is happening tonight at 8/7c on ABC: Happy Endings finally returns with new episodes!
But does the series’ recent two-month break and a move to dreaded Friday night spell doom for the ratings-challenged cult comedy? READ MORE
Happy Endings Preview: Penny Finds Love, Dave and Alex Get Serious and Max Is Miseryable
Happy Endings is back for Season 3 this Tuesday (ABC, 9/8c), and while the show is still as hilarious as ever, change is in the air. Among the major developments: Alex and Dave are getting serious about their relationship (again), Penny is finally breaking out of her spinster rut, and Brad and Jane are swapping roles. READ MORE
Happy Endings Season 2 Scoop: Max Gets Serious, Megan Mullally Sings, and Time Travel!
Watch out hipsters and zombies — Happy Endings is back this Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 9:30/8:30c, right after Modern Family. But the ABC comedy isn’t resting on its Season 1 laurels. No, the sophomore run will have more guest stars (Parks and Recreation scene stealer Megan Mullally!), more romance (Dave and Alex: Round 2?) and, of course, more hilarious adventures (did you see our Halloween preview?). READ MORE
Happy Endings Cast Previews Season 2's Very 'Wrong' Halloween Adventure
If you thought Happy Endings‘ brief Season 1 glimpse of Halloween was fun, you’re in for a treat. The ABC comedy is going all out for this year’s Trick or Treat installment. How much bigger and funnier will it be? Adam Pally puts it this way: “Double Snookis” – aka Max and Penny’s costume last year – “was just the beginning.” READ MORE