Romantic comedies sweeten fall's TV lineup
And so it begins. Throughout September and October, you'll encounter the traditional onslaught of new network TV shows, along with their countless weekly stories - murder mysteries propelled by flamingly false clues and Pollock-esque blood spatter, superheroes charging through bleak urban landscapes in impractical leather onesies, and byzantine legal cases whose lawyers specialize in last-minute chess moves.
Fall TV shows: What's new, what's good and what's great
"Black-ish" is ABC's buzziest comedy this fall, and its talented cast led by Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross and Laurence Fishburne is worthy of the hype. As much as autumn signifies leaves turning colors and kids going back to school, in the entertainment world it's the time of year when TV networks attempt to lure new viewers with a beefy batch of freshly picked pilots.
Fall TV shows that fall flat
"Pilot" -- Pictured: Ken Marino as Jake, Casey Wilson as Annie -- Photo: Nbc, Greg Gaynes/NBC MULANEY: From Emmy Award-winning writer and comedian John Mulaney comes MULANEY, a multi-camera ensemble comedy series about a rising stand-up comic trying to take his career to the next level and the friends and mentors who lift him up, hold him back and push him around. Photo: Ray Mickshaw, Fox Here are a few shows that already have a certain aroma about them, and it's not that of freshly cut roses.
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We're already getting exhausted thinking about how much TV we're going to have to watch this fall. Between all our favorite returning shows finally coming back after the longest summer ever and all the new shows that are about to premiere, there just isn't enough time to watch it all.
Netflix Canada TV Show Spotlight: Happy Endings
On the outside, it looks like another Friends knock-off - and sure, it is. Three boys, three girls, friends in a major city - but the similarities stop there.
Fall 2014 Television: Tuesdays
Time to clear out the DVR, stock up on snacks and toss that really comfy throw blanket into the wash: Fall TV is back! This season the networks are playing it safe and offering what they know people like: political dramas, romantic comedies, comic book heroes and yet another iteration of NCIS .
Kam Williams' Celebrity Interview: Damon Wayans, Jr.
Damon Wayans, Jr. is a member of the famed Wayans family, creators of the groundbreaking television series In Living Color, the Scary Movie franchise, and much more.
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"Let's Be Cops"
This past Sunday, I was getting ready to slog my way through a one-and-a-half-star review of "The Expendables 3," which I saw Friday night, when I decided to check the weekend box office results to make sure it was really the right film to review.
Buddy comedy not that funny
LOS ANGELES, Aug 16, : "Let's Be Cops" may be the summer's next R-rated comedy hit -providing ticket buyers completely disregard the critics pumping it full of lead.