According to Deadline, TBS has ordered a pilot for Quality Time, a new comedy series created by and starring Paul Soter, Kevin Herffernan, Steve Lemme, and Erik Stolhanske—better known as four of the five guys that make up the Broken Lizard filmmaking team. Show More Summary
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TBS has ordered Quality Time, a half-hour comedy pilot written, executive produced by and starring Paul Soter, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Erik Stolhanske, members of the Broken Lizard comedy filmmaking group behind such movies as...Show More Summary
American Dad is doing so well for TBS that the network has ordered another 22 episodes. So give it up for Stan, Francine, and the rest of the Smith clan – and the CIA! (And misanthropic alien Roger – because not being inclusive is just hurtful!) For more details, follow the jump. TBS Orders 22 […]
American Dad! lived for 10 seasons on Fox before moving to TBS in October. Apparently, the new partnership is going well:
TBS Orders 22 More Episodes of American Dad!
The Seth MacFarlane animated series is heading for a second brand new season on TBS. The post TBS Orders Another Season of American Dad! appeared first on Comingsoon.net.
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TBS has ordered a new scripted comedy pilot from The Daily Show's Jason Jones & Samantha Bee. Jason Jones is set to star in the pilot, which is inspired by his and Samantha Bee's own experiences with family getaways.
Bolstering a comedy pilot lineup that already includes a cop show starring Rashida Jones, a comedy set in a hair salon called Buzzy’s, and family sitcom Your Family Or Mine, TBS has ordered a new pilot called Wrecked. Written by newcomers Justin and Jordan Shipley, Wrecked is described as a cross between Lost and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Show More Summary
As we mark the 10th anniversary of the Lost premiere, TBS is heading back to the island, comedy-style. The cable network has given a pilot order to Wrecked, a single-camera comedy from up-and-coming writers Justin Shipley & Jordan Shipley...Show More Summary
TBS has renewed its nerd competition series, King of the Nerds, for a ten-episode third season. Competitors’ victories depend upon their intellect, ingenuity and knowledge of pop culture. The ultimate winner gets $100,000. For more, check out the press release after the jump. TBS to Crown Third King of the Nerds Network Orders Season Three […]
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TBS has ordered 10 episodes of the procedural satire Angie Tribeca staring Rashida Jones, the network announced Wednesday. The police comedy comes from executive producers Steve and Nancy Carell, who wrote the pilot, which the former...Show More Summary
So many Jimmys, so many jokes to be made about pop culture. Following in the footsteps of Fallon and Kimmel, Deadline reports that TBS has ordered a pilot presentation of a weekly unscripted show starring Conan's long-time warm-up comedian Jimmy Pardo. In the show, Pardo allegedly “honors all the news,... More »
TBS has ordered a pilot presentation for The Weekly Awards with Jimmy Pardo, an unscripted project starring comedian Pardo. It is produced by Conan O’Brien’s Conaco banner, which is behind TBS’ late-night shows Conan and The Pete Holmes Show. Show More Summary
This is an unscripted series I might actually watch – Funniest Wins (working title), the new comedy competition series from Marlon Wayans and TBS in which Wayans and some his comedian friends and family members head out to find the funniest multi-talented comedian out there. The show will seek out talent in any comedic form […]
Fans of preeminent Batman impressionist Pete Holmes can look forward to even more superhero spoof-ery in 2014. After a solid seven-week debut last fall, TBS has ordered 52 more episodes of Holmes’ unconventional, sketch-based talk show. Starting Feb. 24, TBS will begin an additional 13-week run of The Pete Holmes Show, airing Monday through Thursday nights....
From Rickey.org TBS has picked up Tribeca, a cop comedy from writer/producer/director Steve Carell, who might also guest star on the upcoming sitcom. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor