One of the best aspects of Netflix's adult animated comedy "Bojack Horseman" is the sheer amount of talent involved: In addition to stars like Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, and Alison Brie in the leading roles, the show also features a number of hilariously unexpected co-stars like Stanley Tucci, JK Simmons, Olivia Wilde, Keith Olbermann, and Naomi Watts. Show More Summary
YesterdaywereportedonsomeTwitter-basedspeculation thatAlisonBriemightnotappearinthesixthseasonofCommunity,scheduledtodebutonYahoo…atsomepoint.Shortversion:Awriterfortheshowtweetedsomethingvagueabouthowhewas“notsureyet”ifAnniewouldbeShow More Summary
Don't worry, everyone -- the recent rumors that Alison Brie isn't returning to Season 6 of "Community"are false. Yahoo - the new home for the community-college comedy -- confirmed to Splitsider that Brie will in fact be returning to the series. Show More Summary
In what turned out to be a lot of something over nothing, rumors that Alison Brie wouldn’t be returning for Community’s sixth season have been officially put to rest. Yahoo has confirmed to Splitsider that Brie would be returning, while Dan Harmon offered his own confirmation on Twitter. Show More Summary
'What the fk happened to that movie?'
New animated series stars Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tompkins, and Aaron Paul.
Would lukewarm reviews keep Netflix from renewing its new animated comedy BoJack Horseman? Neigh! Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Will Arnett Paul F. Tompkins Amy Sedaris Aaron Paul Alison Brie BoJack Horseman
Signing out of Netflix just got even harder. Netflix's new original series, "BoJack Horseman," is the animated story of a failed '90s sitcom star, who just happens to be part-human, part-horse, trying to make a legendary comeback in Hollywood. Show More Summary
Let’s all pour one out for missed opportunities. Before “Mad Men” and “Community,” Alison Brie was just another starving actress looking to break into the biz. And before Jennifer Lawrence won over our hearts as Katniss Everdeen from “The Hunger Games,” she too, was hoping for a big break. It’s safe to say that Comedy [...]
Well, we can certainly see why this show didn't get picked up… But that doesn't make it any less funny! Before Jennifer Lawrence was the star of the Hunger Games and Alison Brie was known for her role on Community, the pair were involved in a failed MTV pilot called Not Another High School Show from [...]
As one of the biggest movie stars in the world, Jennifer Lawrence certainly isn’t hurting for work, but back in 2007 the “Hunger Games” hottie and “Community” chick Alison Brie teamed up for an ill-fated Comedy Central program. “NotShow More Summary
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Ok, so who remembers the teen movie entitled ‘Not Another Teen Movie?‘ I don’t because I don’t watch corny stuff. But let’s imagine that somebody wanted to build off the fad of those movies and pitched ‘Not Another High School Show‘ for television. It was developed in 2007 and a pilot was shot for Comedy Central […]
Behold, the "Not Another High School Show" pilot from 2007 that just so happens to star Jennifer Lawrence and Alison Brie. Solicited by Comedy Central off the success of "Not Another Teen Movie," the beginnings of this failed show have resurfaced in light of J.Law's birthday, so that we might revel in the enduring creepiness of a dying H. Show More Summary
When parodies go wrong, they go horribly wrong. That's probably why you've never heard of Not Another High School Show. Comedy Central ordered a pilot of the show in 2006 as a spin off of 2001's Not Another High School Movie, and it disappeared soon after its 2007 premiere. Now you can see why: it's pretty awful.
Back in 2007, the folks behind Not Another High School Movie created the pilot for Not Another High School Show. As you can probably guess, the show was a spoof of all the tween TV series we love, starring Alison Brie and Jennifer Lawrence. Now, the first-ever footage from the parody series is out, and it's... not great. Read more...
Alison Brie as... Ugh... Muffy the Vampire Slayer. I would like to point out that at some point in 2007, a young, unknown actress named Alison Brie was terribly sad because Comedy Central passed on this pilot for Not Another High School...Show More Summary
There are a lot of jokes about vaginas in this Buffy the Vampire Slayer parody, tragically titled Muffy the… Read More