It's been a long time coming, but Anne Heche's new comedy Save Me will finally premiere Thursday at 8/7c on NBC — and TVGuide.com has the first look. In Save Me, Beth Harper (Heche) starts to believe that she is channeling God after she has an accident. Show More Summary
Summer TV season is starting, which means television is getting weird. There's a new sitcom where Anne Heche communicates with God. There's a taste of Disney XD's brand new Avengers show. There's new proof that mermaids are real. And there's a documentary about the town whose teen girls got Tourettes Syndrome. Plus tons more! Read more...
What happens when you tell a pastor that God talks to you? He's very impressed, apparently. In The Huffington Post's exclusive clip above from the...
Actress Anne Heche returns to TV in the new NBC comedy, SAVE ME (premiering with two episodes Thursday at 8pm). She talks about the message the show delivers and her reasons for turning to more comedy in her career, plus John Krasinski...Show More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris will return as host for the 2013 Tony Awards. "I'm very excited to be back hosting the Tony Awards at the legendary Radio City Music Hall... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Anne Heche Neil Patrick Harris How I Met Your Mother
Emily Blunt and Colin Firth got together on the red carpet in LA last night for the premiere of their film Arthur Newman, which hits theaters in limited release next week. They were joined by their costar Anne Heche, who had her partner, James Tupper, by her side, as well as Emily's man, John Krasinski. Show More Summary
More than a year after the end of Man vs. Wild, adventurer and reality star Bear Grylls will return to TV on NBC on July 8. Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls follows Grylls as he leads a non-stop extreme-survival journey that tests 10 teams of two as they venture into New Zealand's South Island. Show More Summary
NBC has set four more premiere dates for summer programming, including the Anne Heche series Save Me which has been awaiting slot for some time, and the new Bear Grylls reality competition series Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls. Newcomer Camp and returning American Ninja Warrior have also gotten their spots on the schedule.
The upcoming remake of the Burt Reynolds flick Heat has added three new cast members. Stanley Tucci, Anne Heche, and Cedric the Entertainer have reportedly signed on to co-star in Simon West’s retelling of William Goldman’s novel. The production will star Jason Statham in the role previously embodied by Reynolds. Sofia Vergara is also slated [...]Show More Summary
The remake of Heat starring Jason Statham got knocked down a couple pegs recently when Brian De Palma opted not to direct, and Con-Air and The Expendables 2 helmer Simon West took over. While West is good at fun action, it would have been nice to see someone like De Palma work with Statham. Show More Summary
And Anne Heche as a love interest?
EXCLUSIVE: Jason Statham stars in the action thriller based on William Goldman’s novel, previously made into a 1986 film starring Burt Reynolds. Statham’s set to play Nick, a gambling addict and ex-mercenary working for hire in Vegas. Show More Summary
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I have learned that NBC is considering a late pilot order to a comedy project produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s Gary Sanchez Prods and actress Anne Heche. I hear the pickup may be hinging on the single-camera comedy landing former Private Practice star Kate Walsh for the lead. Show More Summary
We haven't heard from Anne Heche's "ex-gay" advocate mom in a while. So here, let's catch up with this new Christian television appearance all about her work "saving" LGBT from ourselves. There are a few LGBT-specific chunks, but this cued-up...
EXCLUSIVE: NBC has hit the pause button on midseason comedy series Save Me starring Anne Heche after two episodes for a major behind-the-scenes changeover. Alexa Junge, who joined the project after the pilot as executive producer/showrunner, is out. Show More Summary
Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Anne Heche are producing a half-hour comedy series called 'Bad Judge' for NBC.
Frequent collaborators Will Ferrell and Adam McKay have joined forces with actress Anne Heche for a new half-hour NBC comedy called The Judge, according to Deadline. The trio will produce the single-camera series written by Chad Kultgen...Show More Summary
NBC has picked up a new comedy project from Will Ferrell and Adam McKay?s production company, Gary Sanchez Productions and actress Anne Heche. The comedy seems to be taking the whole Bad Teacher concept into other workplace possibilities, even copping the name. Bad Judge is about a female Criminal Court judge who isn?t such a good girl.
EXCLUSIVE: Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s Gary Sanchez Prods. has teamed with actress Anne Heche to produce Bad Judge, a single-camera half-hour comedy for NBC. Written by Chad Kultgen (The Incredible Burt Wonderstone), Bad Judge is based on an idea brought to Gary Sanchez by Heche. Show More Summary