Kat Dennings Comedy Dollface Lands 10-Episode Series Order at Hulu
Kat Dennings can officially make herself comfortable at Hulu: The streaming service has handed a 10-episode series order to Dollface, a comedy starring the 2 Broke Girls actress, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Kat Dennings to Headline ABC Comedy Pilot How May We Hate You?
2 Broke Girls‘ Kat Dennings will play another penniless provocateur in the ABC comedy pilot How May We Hate You?, READ MORE
Kat Dennings to Star in Hulu's Dollface
Kat Dennings is hopping from CBS to streaming for her next TV series.
The 2 Broke Girls veteran will star in Dollface, a new pilot headed to Hulu READ MORE
TVLine Items: Kat Dennings in Space, Locke & Key Casts It Kid and More
Kat Dennings may be ditching Williamsburg for an adventure in outer space, but she’s still striving to make those dolla, dolla bills ya’ll. READ MORE
2 Broke Girls' Lost Season 7 Casting Surprise: Cher as Max's MIA Mother
If only they could turn back time…
The Powers That Be behind 2 Broke Girls, which was cancelled by CBS late Friday after six seasons, had been in very preliminary discussions with Cher to guest star in a potential seventh season as the MIA mother of Kat Dennings’ Max READ MORE
Scoop: Greek's Jake McDorman Scores Chelsea Promotion, Melrose's Nick Zano Goes Broke
Greek‘s Jake McDorman is graduating from a guest star to a series regular on NBC’s retooled midseason comedy Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea.
In other casting news, …READ MORE
2 Broke Girls Jokesters Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings Sound Off on Sex and Killer Chemistry
OK, so I can’t say that during my Comic-Con interview with Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings (aka the stars of CBS’ hilarious new sitcom 2 Broke Girls), they offered up the meaning of life — or even a plausible explanation as to why their comedy was at the sci fi/fantasy convention.
But I’ll be damned if their high-larious banter (not to mention a surprise cameo appearance by Christopher Walken!) didn’t charm the pants right off me. Not literally, of course. That would’ve just been creepy. WATCH VIDEO
Fall TV First Impression: Can 2 Broke Girls Serve Up a Wealth of Laughs?
The broadcast networks have more than 30 shows debuting this fall, including Charlie’s reborn Angels, homecomings for Sarah Michelle Gellar and Rachel Bilson, and no less than two series set in the ’60s. To help you prep for fall, TVLine is offering First Impressions based on the not-for-review pilots. Next up…. READ MORE
Fall TV: CBS Picks Up J.J. Abrams/Michael Emerson Drama, Broke Girls Sitcom
While ABC unloads a whopping 12 new shows from its shopping cart, CBS has opened its upfronts season with just two major buys so far … READ MORE