“The ABC project, which does not yet have a title, will be a multicamera comedy about a family that is on the brink of buying a dream house though it comes with a catch: They have to live with the current tenant, an older actress played by Ms. Burnett.”
A multicamera comedy, about a family on the brink of buying a dream house but must live with the tenant (Ms. Burnett), is being developed by ABC.
Good news for anyone who has ever had any interest in comedy: Comedic legends and overall goddesses, Carol Burnett and Amy Poehler, are teaming up to bring us a brand new sitcom. Stop pinching yourself. You're not dreaming. This is real. Show More Summary
Like his fellow former "Parks and Recreation" costar Amy Poehler, Chris Pratt is also returning to series television, in an upcoming guest starring role on CBS sitcom "Mom." Entertainment Weekly reports that Pratt will appear on an episode of the series opposite his real-life wife, Anna Faris, who co-headlines the show alongside Allison Janney. Show More Summary
Fans grateful that they’ve had this time together with Carol Burnett may be overjoyed to learn of another chance to laugh at the legendary actress’ antics. Burnett could return to television via a multi-camera sitcom at ABC, The Times confirmed Friday, although the project remains in the production...
Carol Burnett hasn’t exactly disappeared from our TV screens since her groundbreaking variety show, The Carol Burnett Show, went off the air in 1978. The legendary comedian has had scores of guest appearances and recurring roles in the decades since, but soon she’ll be heading up her very own comedy series on ABC, Deadline reports. The multi-camera comedy doesn’t yet […]
Beloved comedian Carol Burnett is set to return to television, with a put pilot commitment at ABC for a multi-camera comedy in which she will star with Amy Poehler. The project was sold to ABC in a very competitive situation, according to sources. Michael Saltzman will write and executive produce...
In news that will please comedy fans of many a generation, Carol Burnett is making her return to television in a sitcom executive-produced by Amy Poehler. The untitled multi-cam comedy has landed a put pilot commitment at ABC, Deadline reports. It'll star Burnett as an older actress (for shame!) who ... More »
Deadline reports that comedy legend Carol Burnett is coming back to TV. ABC has given a put-pilot commitment to a new sitcom starring Burnett, written by Mad Men’s Michael Saltzman, and executive produced by Amy Poehler. The new series...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: A comedy legend is coming back to television. Carol Burnett is set to topline a multi-camera comedy, which, in a very competitive situation with broadcast and streaming networks bidding, has landed at ABC with a put pilot commitment. Show More Summary
It’s not every day that TV star, producer, and all-around entertainment powerhouse Amy Poehler is asked to work as a stand-in. But it’s also not every day that a former First Lady and current candidate for president stops by a show about pothead slackers, friendship, and bizarro adult babies. Show More Summary
Alyssa Milano is going to camp. Deadline has announced that she's been added as a series regular to season 2 of Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, joining Amy Poehler, Lake Bell, Elizabeth Banks, and Molly Shannon in the "pulling off short terry cloth shorts" department. Character details ... More »
The comedy stars Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner and hails from Amy Poehler and Universal Cable Productions. read more
Click here for reuse options! "America Divided" pulls back the curtain on the scourge of inequality, with some help from Shonda Rhimes, Norman Lear and Amy Poehler. Depending on whom you ask, Solly Granatstein and Rick Rowley have spent their careers either causing trouble or exposing truths. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Norman Lear: “This experiment shows me that racism still stains our country.” EPIX’s new documentary series America Divided bravely tackles our myriad problems that stem from systemic inequality. It is both...Show More Summary
Before he created The Good Place, Michael Schur was the showrunner for Parks and Recreation. That series was renowned for its strong, always-expanding ensemble cast. Amy Poehler was the anchor, but the show was stacked with great characters...Show More Summary
Oh, AMY. Somewhere, Ellen Burstyn is in a RAGE because she thinks her dry cleaner lost this. Read More...
Every kid – boy or girl – has a secret ingredient/unique trait that makes them special and, in the parlance of The Powerpuff Girls (Carton Network), helps save the day. Cartoon Network has partnered with Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls onShow More Summary
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler wear corresponding green looks on the red carpet at the 2016 Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (September 18) in Los Angeles. Earlier this month, Amy and Tina won the Best Guest Actress in a Comedy award for their joint-appearance on Saturday Night Live! At the Emmys, [...]
Going green! Amy Poehler and Tina Fey must've known they'd be paired together, but we think they went a little too far at the Emmys in LA Sunday. They were a little too coordinated! We like Tina's saucy ensem with the low-cut neckline and matching earrings, but Amy's beaded and layered look is a little too matronly and [...]