“You want to take that phone call?” Rachel Ramras is midway through explaining how the idea for the new TV Land comedy “Nobodies” sprang out of a failed movie pitch to fellow Groundlings alums (and series executive producers) Melissa McCarthy and husband Ben Falcone when she catches cast mate and...
The story of “Nobodies” is a pretty simple one: Larry…
Rachel Ramras helps out USA TODAY and interviews her "Nobodies" co-stars Hugh Davidson and Larry Dorf. The TV Land series is executive produced by Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone.
“Nobodies,” which premieres Wednesday on TV Land, is a comedy about being less successful than the friends you started out with. Like a lot of contemporary series that have to do with the entertainment business — or with sports, which is also the entertainment business — it features characters...
Wednesday, March 29, 2017 | FX’s “Legion” ends its first season. “Nobodies” comes to TV Land.
Debuting on March 29 and already renewed for a second season, TV Land’s Nobodies executive produced by Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone is a near-perfect example of what having famous friends can do for you in this town – and how that...Show More Summary
We’re getting the first look at Season 2 of George Lopez’s TV Land comedy series Lopez ahead of the March 29 premiere. After working all through Season 1 to get a residency show in Vegas, Season 2 picks up wth George’s increased frustration with the tedium of having to do the same show every night. Show More Summary
Both shows were developed by Keith Cox and had been slated to premiere this year on TV Land. read more
Getting a movie made these days takes major star power. But securing such A list talent is easier said than done — even if you're friends with Melissa McCarthy! That's what three desperate screenwriters quickly learn in the trailer of TV Land's new show Nobodies! Video: Melissa Returns To SNL As Sean Spicer! Produced by McCarthy and husband Ben [...]
The season two trailer for Nobodies, the TV Land comedy from Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone, is full if their famous friends and costars like Kristen Wiig, Jason Bateman, Nat Faxon, Allison Janney, and Jim Rash. But Nobodies actually...Show More Summary
As TV Land’s President of Development and Production Keith Cox expanded his duties to also oversee programming for the soon-to-be relaunched Paramount Network, he is bringing his top lieutenant at TV Land with him. Brad Gardner, TV Land’s...Show More Summary
He'll also oversee marketing for TV Land and CMT. read more
The news was announced by TV Land, CMT and Spike (soon-to-be Paramount Network) president Kevin Kay. read more
Viacom veteran Frank Tanki, most recently EVP Brand Marketing and Creative for Spike, has been promoted to General Manager, TV Land. In his new role, Tanki will oversee strategy and day-to-day operations for the channel – Creative, Communications,...Show More Summary
Transgender actress Rain Valdez has joined the Season 2 cast of George Lopez’s TV Land comedy series Lopez in a key recurring role. Valdez will play Coco, a pretty and enigmatic transgender actress who is under contract at a network, whose executives are not sure how to cast her or even talk to her. Show More Summary
TV Land's new late-night show took a different approach to celebrating Oscars season.
Viacom has confirmed the promotion of TV Land’s Keith Cox to President, Development and Production, for Paramount Network and TV Land, adding top programming responsibilities at the soon-to-be rebranded Paramount Network (currently Spike), slated for an early 2018 launch. Show More Summary
The well-liked exec will report to Kevin Kay, president of TV Land, CMT and Spike TV, with the latter set to be rebranded in 2018. read more
TV Land's Keith Cox is poised to take on an expanded role as president of development and production at what will (eventually) become the Paramount Network. read more
Just in via email: TV Land continues to air the vile program “Teachers” on Tuesday evenings at 10:00 p.m. ET/9:00 p.m. CT with a TV-14 DL rating, and last week’s episode had an unexpected surprise. The fictitious parent group Two Million Moms made an appearance. Show More Summary