The crew and passengers of the Spindrift. Concept: A sub-orbital Earth spaceship enters a space warp and crash lands on a planet where everything is giant-size compared to them. The crew and passengers fight a regular battle for survival as they try to avoid capture while repairing their ship to return home. Show More Summary
The endgame was announced for a comedy series that has had a good run on TV Land after spinning off from the network’s hit “Hot in Cleveland.” The cable network announced that it has greenlighted season five of “The Soul...
“The Soul Man,” starring Cedric “The Entertainer,” Emmy®-nominated actress, Niecy Nash and Wesley Jonathan, has been renewed for its fifth and final 12-episode season
Melissa McCarthy could be adding another television show to her resume. The Mike & Molly actress and her husband, Ben Falcone, have closed a pilot script deal with TV Land for a new show called Friends with Melissa, the network announced Monday. The show will be inspired by the real lives of Hugh... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Melissa McCarthy Ben Falcone
TV Land is about to get a whole lot more meta! It's been reported that the cable network is teaming with Melissa McCarthy and her actor husband Ben Falcone for the upcoming comedy Friends With Melissa! The single camera series will follow the lives of real life writers Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf and Rachel Ramras who watched [...]
Despite all the time surely spent spying on malicious heiresses and saving cities from comical hauntings, Melissa McCarthy has another project that’s about to come to fruition. …Read More
The single-camera entry is inspired by the lives of the couple's friends Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf and Rachel Ramras. read more
TV Land has closed a deal for a single-camera comedy script from Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone. The husband-and-wife duo — both Groundlings alums — will executive produce through their production banner On The Day, and McCarthy is...Show More Summary
The premieres of TV Land's newest original series premieres boasted impressive numbers, with "The Jim Gaffigan Show" attracting a gross audience of 3.2 million total viewers on TV Land, Nick at Nite and Comedy Central
Since it launched in 1996, TV Land has been the television version of comfort food, satisfying nostalgia-loving audiences with a mix of beloved reruns and, more recently, original sitcoms like Hot in Cleveland that felt as familiar (and dated) as those syndicated shows. Show More Summary
After his long run on SMALLVILLE, Michael Rosenbaum is back on series television with the new TV Land project, IMPASTOR. He, and adorable co-star Sara Rue, talk about the show and show off the amazing chemistry that makes it work. Plus we begin our look at JUSTICE LEAGUE GODS AND MONSTERS, DC’s daringly different new […]
Just in via email: The main character, posing as a gay preacher, recently hired sight unseen by a church that was aware of his lifestyle choice, but then start to notice other characteristics not typical of a pastor. The previews which...Show More Summary
Last month, TV Land announced its rebranding efforts, including a new, simpler logo that separates its newer programs from its daytime block of older reruns, which now fall under the banner of “TV Land Classic” (a name that reads as redundant). Show More Summary
In The Jim Gaffigan Show, premiering tonight on TV Land, the show’s star and co-creator draws on his own stand-up and best-selling books; his art in turn is drawn from his life, so there’s a bit of an ouroboros thing happening. Gaffigan plays, of all people, Jim Gaffigan, a New York–based... More »
VIDEO: THE POLITICALLY CORRECT DUKES OF HAZZARD: Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy predicted TV Land’s PC cave to the SJWs back in 2009.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan has a new sitcom, reasonably titled "The Jim Gaffigan Show." Premiering Wednesday on TV Land alongside the identity-theft comedy "Impastor," it cements that network's transition from a producer of old-fashioned three-camera comedies built around actors who have aged out of...
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, July 15. All times are Eastern. Top pick (There Are Shows On TV Land edition) The Jim Gaffigan Show (TV Land, 10 p.m.): Sometimes, life throws you twists. One minute, you’re hanging out with all your VH1 talking head friends (not to be confused with your Talking Heads friends). Show More Summary
Impastor just might be the squarest show ever to include a melon-fucking joke in its pilot. The newest original series from TV Land (paired with lead-in The Jim Gaffigan Show), Impastor stars erstwhile Lex Luthor Michael Rosenbaum as...Show More Summary
(All times Eastern) Hosted by “Talk Soup’s” Joel McHale, the 23rd annual “ESPY Awards” (ABC at 8 p.m.) honors several prominent teams and athletes, including Caitlyn Jenner, former Notre Dame basketball player and Iraq veteran Danielle...Show More Summary
Whether its star intends it this way or not, TV Land’s “The Jim Gaffigan Show” (premiering Wednesday) will correctly be perceived as a sunnier answer to the cloudy-day tendencies of FX’s “Louie.”The similarities are plain: Both are single-camera, half-hour shows that depict semi-autobiographical takes on living a comedian’s existence in New York. Show More Summary