BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - So, all you actors and other folks with TV shows to promote, what do you have to say for yourself? Their proving ground was the just-ended Television Critics Association summer meeting, at which the TV industry paraded the stars and creators of next season's fare to produce newspaper ink or […]
Robin Williams talked about his new CBS sitcom "The Crazy Ones" on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" Thursday night. Watch …
The new CBS sitcom “The Crazy Ones” from David E. Kelley (“Boston Legal,” “The Practice” and “Ally McBeal”) stars several A-Listers: Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kelly Clarkson in a memorable guest appearance, and, perhaps the best known of all, McDonald’s.
The new series include plenty of recognizable names that can help the transition into unfamiliar programming. With that in mind, here's a look at some of these actors' past work and a sneak peak at what's ahead.
With five new series on deck at CBS this fall, the channel is set to display the likes of Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Anna Faris, Tony Shalhoub, Will Arnett and Toni Collette set to grace the network. Here's a video preview of all of the new shows that will debut this fall on CBS… […]
CBS is making a few nips and tucks to network television’s most successful schedule, including adding a comedy with Robin Williams playing an unorthodox advertising executive with Sarah Michelle Gellar as his daughter.
Sitting at home watching some select cinema on your big screen TV offers the chance to trek to many different worlds and still order pizza from your favorite carryout joint.
Buffy, meet Mork. Sarah Michelle Gellar is returning to television, signing on to co-star in CBS' comedy "Crazy Ones," according to Deadline. The show revolves around the relationship of a father (played by Oscar winner Robin Williams who returns to the sitcom world after a memorable run in "Mork and Mindy" in the '70s) and […]
CBS has ordered a crime drama from “Homeland” team Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa and Alex Cary, as well as a comedy from David E. Kelly that will star Robin Williams.
Matt Damon had his revenge. The butt of a long-running joke on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the actor opened Thursday night's show as a kidnapper who tied Kimmel to a chair with duct tape and gagged him with his own tie.