Zap2it: "Partners" is following the model used for FX with "Anger Management," with the network able to buy another 90 episodes in a single order if it's pleased with the performance of the first 10. Do you like that arrangement?Kelsey Grammer: I didn't want to spend another 10 years to put a couple hundred shows together. Show More Summary
When Martin Lawrence heard of Kelsey Grammer's desire to join him on the new FX sitcom Partners, the actor's first thought was, "How can we make this comedy work?" But comedic success has never been tough to figure out for either actor, both of whom made their marks on classic sitcoms. Show More Summary
Close to 200 Hollywood executives, celebrities and creatives have including Aaron Sorkin, Josh Charles, Amy Pascal, Sylvester Stallone, Seth Rogen, Kelsey Grammer, Aaron Sorkin have put their names on a letter, criticizing Hamas, which was sent out from Pro-Israel group Creative Community for Peace and Friends. Show More Summary
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Despite boasting an all-star cast that included Randy Couture, Kellan Lutz, Wesley Snipes, Robert Davi, and Kelsey Grammer, The Expendables 3 failed to rake in much cash at the North American box office. With a final gross of $15.9 million, the latest installment in the epic trilogy also ranks as its least popular entry. Show More Summary
Facing formidable preseason Monday Night Football on ESPN and a rising Hotel Hell on Fox last night, FX's Partners fell to its lowest result yet last night. Make that limbo lows for the struggling Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence sitcom. Show More Summary
New recruits Kellan Lutz, Ronda Rousey, Victor Ortiz, Glenn Powell and Kelsey Grammer talk about the bruises, bravado and hard work behind "he Expendables 3"
Martin Lawrence visited Conan last night to promote his new FX show "Partners," co-starring Kelsey Grammer, and was asked by Conan O'Brien about Bad Boys 3. O'Brien said he had heard a rumor there would be a third film and if it was possible.
Kelsey Grammer is part of a small group of openly conservative stars who continues to find work on screens big and small. The actor wondered if his political leanings hurt his most recent Emmy campaign. Grammer has five Emmys on his shelf already, but only in recent years has he publicly embraced conservative causes. Show More Summary
If you squinted you might have thought it was the 1990s on FX last night. The debut of the cabler’s legal comedy series Partners starring Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence certainly had all the components – especially with its veteran leads. Show More Summary
They're not the first fading celebs to attempt to recreate the characters they're already famous for
The first two episodes of FX's legal comedy "Partners" have premiered, teaming Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence as two very different lawyers who are forced to work together. Grammer's Allen Braddock is less interested in morals as...Show More Summary
In 2012, CBS premiered a new show about two odd-couple male pals. It was called Partners, and on the surface, it seemed
FX's latest comedy attempt premieres tonight. Partners stars Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence as odd-couple lawyers, and the show itself leaves a bit to be desired. But more important, it brings two ’90s-era icons back, and thus it raises the question: How long is long enough, and how long is... More »
For anything and everything else Kelsey Grammer does, he always has a soft spot for television comedy.After his turns in the Starz drama series "Boss" and two of this summer's movie blockbusters - "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and "Transformers:...Show More Summary
Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence co-star as lawyers in the new FX sitcom 'Partners.' It's funny at times, but it's also out of tune and out of time. Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence co-star as lawyers in the new FX sitcom 'Partners.' It's funny at times, but it's also out of tune and out of time.
Here’s what’s up in the world of television for Monday, August 4. All times are Eastern. TOP PICK Partners (FX, 9 p.m.): Did you know that Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence are in a comedy together that FX is burning off over five weeks this summer—two episodes every Monday? Yeah. Show More Summary
Comedy is all about timing, and that's especially true for the rhythmic humor found in a well-constructed multi-camera comedy. Martin Lawrence and Kelsey Grammer have proven adept at good timing and comedy, so the idea of the two actors paired up in a new series is brimming with potential. Show More Summary
It’s the new odd couple. Film star Martin Lawrence is teaming up with TV veteran Kelsey Grammer to play a pair of Chicago lawyers with polar-opposite personalities in the FX comedy “Partners.”