CBS has pulled freshman comedy "Angel From Hell" out of its 9:30 p.m. Thursday timeslot, to be replaced by "2 Broke Girls" beginning Feb. 18. This week, a rerun of "The Big Bang Theory" will air instead of "Angel From Hell" on Feb. 11. Sources say there are no immediate plans to find "Angel From...
We'll never find out if Jane Lynch's Angel From Hell character was an actual guardian angel or just some dumpster diver that stalked pretty blondes (in this case, Maggie Lawson). CBS is pulling Angel From Hell from its schedule and throwing it onto the cancellation pile, according to The Hollywood... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Angel From Hell
Angel from Hell is heading to TV hell. The CBS sitcom starring Jane Lynch and Maggie Lawson has been canceled after just five episodes, despite its not-the-worst...
CBS is making a change on Thursday. Midseason series Angel From Hell, starring Jane Lynch and Maggie Lawson, is being cancelled effective immediately. It aired five episodes of its 13-episode order. Starting next week, the single-camera...Show More Summary
The Directors Guild of America is honoring its best tonight at the 68th annual DGA Awards in Los Angeles. Jane Lynch is host for the awards ceremony at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. We’ll be updating the winners’ list live, so refresh...Show More Summary
While most of the Glee cast besides Lea Michele, Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison have been relatively quiet, late addition to the show Alex Newell has been making a lot of noise lately!! The powerhouse vocalist collabed with Clean Bandit last year and now he's ready to take the solo stage in 2016 and snatch some [...]
One Million Moms, a nonprofit family-interest group, has managed to convince the manufacturer Sleep Number to stop funding CBS' new comedy series, "Angel from Hell," starring Jane Lynch, which, it says, disrespects Christianity.
"For the longest time I couldn't put a name to who I was. I didn't have an image to who was like me. It was torturous," Jane Lynch notes in Fabulous! The Story of Queer Cinema, the savvy documentary from 2006 by Lesli Klainberg and Lisa...Show More Summary
No, Angel From Hell hasn’t miraculously become a good TV show yet. It does still have Jane Lynch being kind of bizarre while surrounded by cardboard characters. Here’s the best scene, where Lynch decides to help Allison “face her fears,” by showing up as a terrifying clown. Read more...
Jane Lynch cracks a smile while chatting on a panel at the AOL Build on Wednesday (January 13) in New York City. The 55-year-old actress was there to promote her upcoming comedy series Angel from Hell. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jane Lynch Jane chatted as a guest speaker, posed for pictures, and [...]
Before launching into a bit of obligatory chat about her new CBS sitcom "Angel From Hell" on Monday night's broadcast of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," Jane Lynch and Colbert — who, early in their careers, both performed at Second City, though never together — reminisced a little about the...
When Jane Lynch’s new sitcom Angel From Hell debuted on CBS last week, it marked the third consecutive evening that Jane Lynch’s manic comic stylings had anchored a chunk of prime-time network real estate. As emcee of NBC’s Hollywood...Show More Summary
Not that long ago, people only really knew Jane Lynch as one of those quirky actresses featured in those Christopher Guest movies like Best in Show, A Mighty Wind and For Your Consideration. Years later, she became a household name playing the role of Coach Sue Sylvester in Glee. Show More Summary
The 2016 People’s Choice Awards, hosted by none other than comedian Jane Lynch, took place on Wednesday, January 6, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, and showcased some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. There were many notable winners this year, one being Melissa McCarthy, the star of Spy and The Heat, who took home the... Show More Summary
Steve Harvey's unforgettable gaffe at the Miss Universe pageant is so 15 minutes ago. But it's still fodder for memes and jokes - even, apparently, shorthand for an on-stage mishap, if you ask Sheryl Underwood. Jayne Lynch became the latest to turn Harvey's goof into comedic fodder, spoofing the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jane Lynch Steve Harvey
The 2016 People's Choice Awards was hosted by Jane Lynch on Jan. 6 and featured a slew of memorable events. A Kevin Gates fan rushed the stage and was quickly booted off by the cast of The Talk, Miss Colombia came out in a parody ofShow More Summary
Fans picked their favorites at last night's People's Choice Awards, making "Grey's Anatomy" and "The Big Bang Theory" some of the biggest winners of the evening. Hosted by Jane Lynch, the awards show also featured a touching tributeShow More Summary
Giving the fans the final word, the 2016 People's Choice Awards took over the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles last night (January 6) with host Jane Lynch at the helm. Throughout the course of the evening, Vin Diesel sang “See You Again”...Show More Summary
It's been almost a month since Steve Harvey embarrassingly announced the wrong Miss Universe, but the world still isn't done joking about it. Actress Jane Lynch, who took on hosting duties at the People's Choice Awards Wednesday night,...Show More Summary
Steve Harvey had to know it was coming -- Jane Lynch and Thomas Lennon teaming up to to take a shot at his Miss Universe screw-up... complete with a pageant chick! During the People's Choice Awards, which Jane hosted last night, she brought out…