"I mean, King Tweet is our president!" says the star of TV Land's "Throwing Shade."
The TV news keeps on coming, thanks to the TCAs. After the jump: Portlandia has been one final season. AMC and BBC are teaming up for a new John le Carré miniseries. TV Land officially orders Heathers to series. Louis C.K. and Albert Brooks’ Cops gets a series from TBS. Show More Summary
Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017 | “Teachers” returns to TV Land.
Melissa McCarthy has been stunning her fans with her 75-pound weight loss, which she has credited to a low carb, high protein diet. The actress flaunted her slimmer figure recently as she promoted the success of her TV Land show, Nobodies. Show More Summary
TV Land has given a greenlight for the production of their first hourlong original series, and said series just happens to be based on the 1988 cult classic film HEATHERS. Written by Daniel Waters and directed by Michael Lehmann, that...Show More Summary
Caitlin Barlow, Katy Colloton, Cate Freedman, Kate Lambert, Katie O’Brien and Kathryn Renée Thomas met in various Chicago improvisational theaters, and with a shared name and a dream between them, formed The Katydids. They’ve sold a sitcom to NBC and a feature film screenplay, but none of that might have been possible if their independent […]
TV Land's Heathers anthology will be its first hourlong series, which is an intriguing investment in marginalized protagonists--but they're still describing their queer characters in transphobic ways.
Looks like TV Land is committed to taking some big swings in the new year. Only this time, they'll be wielding a chainsaw while they do it. A metaphorical chainsaw of course, though there's no way to know exactly what's it store, now that the network has ordered a ten-episode ... More »
TV Land has given a series order for an anthology…
Rev up those chainsaws, and there's no need to be gentle about it. Heathers is coming to TV Land. The cable network announced Friday at the Television Critics Association winter previews that it has picked up the reboot of the 1989 cult film to series. The first season, which will consist of 10... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Heathers Heathers Heathers
The reboot becomes the Viacom-owned network's first hourlong show as the cabler also hands out an early renewal to forthcoming Melissa McCarthy comedy 'Nobodies.' read more
Two months before Nobodies‘ March 29 series premiere, TV Land has picked up a 12-episode second season of the single-camera comedy series, executive produced by Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone, for premiere in 2018. Nobodies stars and...Show More Summary
TV Land is entering the hourlong series arena with Heathers. The network has picked up the pilot, based on the 1988 cult classic film, to series with a 10-episode order for premiere in the fall. Heathers, TV Land’s first hourlong series,...Show More Summary
The hosts of the late-night comedy show on TV LAND discuss Trump, airline food, and Pride Parades.
Kyle Richards of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills says that casting Alicia Silverstone in the lead role as her mother was a big piece of the puzzle that is a “slam dunk” for the new series on TV Land called American Woman. Kyle admits that she’s little hesitant about sharing details of her childhood. Show More Summary
I imagine that Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi are lovely white people, but that doesn’t make the formal rollout of their new TV Land late-night show Throwing Shade any less grating. And before anyone else mentions it for the umpteenth time: Yes, plenty of us are well aware that these two have been using that […]
It only took them two years to get a low-rated show canceled! Praise White Jesus! Via email: Dear Joe, Victory! “Impastor” has officially been cancelled after only two seasons. 1MM asked TV Land network to cancel this sacrilegious and sex-filled program and followed with an email campaign urging sponsors to pull their support. Show More Summary
Television struggles with how to represent the publishing industry onscreen. Need we remind you of the great Gilmore Girls debacle of 2016? But one series that seems to be getting it right is the charming TV Land show Younger, starring Sutton Foster and Hilary Duff as editors at a respected publishing house. Yes, Younger — ... More »
It's been a bad week for low-rated TV shows. While the major networks have been holding off on cancellations, cable networks and subscription streaming services have had no such reservations
TV Land has canceled Impastor, its TV show about an impostor pretending to be a pastor. Variety reports that the network is parting ways with the two-season comedy series, which starred Smallville alum Michael Rosenbaum as a gambling-addicted conman who adopts the identity of a small-town preacher after a suicide gone wrong. Show More Summary