After spending a couple seasons with James Van Der Beek on Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, Krysten Ritter has grown accustomed to working with only the brightest and truest of stars. So, naturally her next project will continue that line of work as she reportedly joins NBC's Anchorman-at-NASA pilot, Mission Control.
As previously noted, Adam McKay and Will Ferrell are producing, but that's only part of why the Anchorman label is being slapped on this thing. It's also because the '60s set comedy centers on a strong-willed woman working with an arrogant, misogynist astronaut who could maybe have a period mustache. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia writer/Cricket David Hornsby is writing.
His repeated impressions of Lawrence Welk finally explained as auditions to be a bandleader, Fred Armisen has officially been given the job of running the music side of Late Night with Seth Meyers. Always as much a music guy as a comedy guy, Armisen will not just lead but curat... / Continue →
NBC just abandoned their recent attempt at a Murder, She Wrote reboot, but that doesn't mean the network has given up on propping up near-corpses. According to Deadline, the network is hoping to recreate the glory of their past in the most literal way possible: by giving Bill C... / Continue →
With everyone staring at them after they made a sweet little 88-year-old woman upset, NBC has decided it might be a good idea to drop their current plans to reboot Murder, She Wrote. The new series was set to star Octavia Spencer in the lead, riding the 50 Shades of Grey glamor... / Continue →