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Mike Tyson Mysteries

Adult Swim’s Mike Tyson Mysteries stars Iron Mike as himself, along with an unlikely bunch of paranormal sleuths. It’s like Scooby Doo but with Mike Tyson. And a drunk pigeon. Also starring Norm McDonald and Jim Rash.

Mike Tyson, Cartoon Detective

The Daily Beast sat down with Tyson, Jim Rash, and writer-executive producer Hugh Davidson to discuss the ‘Scooby Doo’-like show, airing this fall on Adult Swim.

Nat Faxon & Jim Rash Ink Overall Deal With Sony Pictures TV

EXCLUSIVE: Nat Faxon and Jim Rash (The Descendants) have signed a two-year overall deal with Sony Pictures TV. This marks the first overall TV pact for the Oscar-winning writing duo. Under the agreement, Faxon and Rash will develop and produce series projects with Kevin Walsh, their  film and TV producing partner at the trio’s B Story banner. Show More Summary

Mike Tyson To Star In ‘Scooby-Doo’ Spoof Cartoon With Alcoholic Pigeon, Korean Daughter and A Ghost

The strangest thing at San Diego Comic-Con was just announced and it’s a new Adult Swim show coming to the Cartoon Network that’s a spoof on Scooby-Doo starring Mike Tyson, Norm MacDonald, Jim Rash and Rachel Ramras. It’s nearly impossible to describe so, please just watch this video. Still confused? Then let’s try the official

You Won't Be Able to Binge-Watch the New Season of Community

Community creator Dan Harmon spoke on panel about the show's sixth season this week at Comic-Con, with writer Chris McKenna and cast members Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash, and Dino Stamatopoulos. Read more...

You Won't Be Able to Binge-Watch the New Season of Community

Community creator Dan Harmon spoke on panel about the show's sixth season this week at Comic-Con, with writer Chris McKenna and cast members Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash, and Dino Stamatopoulos. Read more...

Jim Rash's birthday: 'Community' star and Oscar-winner turns 44

Jim Rash celebrates his 44th birthday on Tuesday, July 15. Join in the festivities with videos that highlight everything from his "Community" character, Dean Pelton, making many costume changes to Rash accepting an Academy Award. How...Show More Summary

Community Revived for a Sixth Season on Yahoo Screen

"Community" will be getting revived for a sixth season, set to premiere this fall on Yahoo Screen. Creator Dan Harmon and cast members Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jim Rash, and Ken Jeong have all signed on for Season 6.

WME Signs ‘The Descendants’ Scribes Nat Faxon And Jim Rash

EXCLUSIVE: WME has signed Nat Faxon & Jim Rash, the Oscar winning scribes who wrote The Descendants and who helmed their script for The Way, Way Back, the Sundance film that starred Steve Carell, Sam Rockwell and Toni Collette. ThisShow More Summary

'The Good Wife' on 'The Writers' Room' clip: The pilot slap inspiration explained

brightcove.createExperiences(); Fans get to enter the minds of "The Good Wife's" showrunners and stars in the latest episode of "The Writers' Room."In the above Zap2it-exclusive clip, host Jim Rash gets his guests to reminisce on the...Show More Summary

Robert Kirkman: ‘The Walking Dead’ Without Zombies? It Almost Happened

Robert Kirkman joined Oscar winning writer Jim Rash to discuss The Walking Dead on The Writer’s Room Friday night on Sundance TV. In addition to revealing Norman Reedus’ character Daryl Dixon as his “favorite element of the show,” Kirkman also described a dramatically different scenario for The Walking Dead had it aired on the network

Kristen Wiig Comedy 'The Heart' Runs Into Financing Issues

There were a lot of promising pieces in place for The Heart, an action-comedy written and directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, Oscar winners for The Descendants. They had Kristen Wiig attached to star alongside Sam Rockwell, two names in a film where a broke woman has to travel cross-country with a stranger to deliver black market organs. Show More Summary

'The Writers' Room' Season 2: Jim Rash explores 'Scandal,' 'House of Cards' and more

"The Writers' Room" Season 2 will explore a whole new group of writers from shows like "Scandal," "House of Cards," "Pretty Little Liars" and more. Host Jim Rash ("Community") talks about the different writers and shows coming up.Zap2it:...Show More Summary

Jim Rash on 'Writer's Room': A 'Group Therapy Session' for Shonda Rhimes, Robert Kirkman

The host of the Sundance TV series tells THR his show is a place for the screenwriters behind "Scandal," "Walking Dead" and "House of Cards" to share secrets of their crafts -- as well as insecurities. read more

Jim Rash talks new season of ‘The Writer’s Room’

If you’re a TV fan who’s always wanted to peek behind the curtain and see what really goes down when

How TV’s Best Shows Get Written

3 months agoNews : The Daily Beast

The writers of ‘Scandal’ almost did what!? ‘Community’ star Jim Rash takes us inside ‘The Writers’ Room,’ a behind-the-scenes look at how TV’s best shows are created.

‘Scandal’: Highlights from the Shonda Rhimes, Jim Rash Twitter chat

It’s only a few hours before the season finale of Scandal,  and ahead of this much-anticipated episode, creator Shonda Rhimes and

‘Scandal’ Creator Shonda Rhimes Joining #ScandalTWR Tonight

We’ve reported on “Scandal’s” social promotion ahead of tonight’s season finale, and the hit show’s creator will also get social tonight on Twitter. Shonda Rhimes will join “The Writers’ Room” host Jim Rash on Twitter at 7pmET for a chat on writing for television. Show More Summary

Craig Ferguson And Jim Rash Wrote The World’s Worst Joke For Joel McHale

TosaythatCommunitystar/friend-of-the-siteJimRash enjoyseatingmeatisn’tadoubleentendre(doubleentendean?) —it’safact.He’snotavegan,unlikehisbalddoppelgänger,Moby(nottobeconfusedwithNotMoby).Onlastnight’sLateLateShow,hostCraigFergusonsShow More Summary

'The Writers' Room' has space for ordinary TV fans, says Jim Rash

Starting its second season Friday, 'The Writers' Room' will bring on Shonda Rhimes, Kerry Washington and others from ABC's 'Scandal'

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