Over the weekend I mentioned that Sean Hayes was returning to network TV as a single gay dad in Sean Saves the World, with Thomas Lennon and Linda Lavin. Here's NBC's preview of the new shoe. Watch the trailer and...
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Sports is very important; Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon really do like each other; "big guns" Michael J. Fox and Sean Hayes define NBC's new comedy brand. read more
A rundown of how NBC's six new comedy series -- "About a Boy," "The Michael J. Fox Show," "Sean Saves the World," "Welcome to the Family," "The Family Guide" and "Undateable" -- played at the 2013 upfront presentation.
The trailer for Sean Hayes' upcoming NBC sitcom, "Sean Saves the World," has premiered.
Already salivating over the idea of a James Spader’s return to the small screen? What about Michael J. Fox? Or Sean Hayes? Well, we’ve got your first look at NBC’s newest Fall wares — including THE BLACKLIST, THE MICHAEL J. FOX, IRONSIDE, SEAN SAVES THE WORLD, WELCOME TO THE FAMILY, DRACULA — after the jump.
At first glance, NBC’s fall schedule seems sort of stupid. It moves all of the network’s dramas around for no real reason, sticks The Michael J. Fox Show in a really strange timeslot, and doesn’t do much of anything to defend a Wednesday where the network was making modest gains. Show More Summary
Sunday afternoon, NBC released its new primetime schedule, and has decided to give a James Spader action thriller the coveted post-“The Voice” timeslot. NBC also hopes family comedies starring Sean Hayes, Mike O’Malley, and Michael J. Show More Summary
There will be a recasting on the newly picked up NBC multi-camera comedy series Sean Saves The World. Lindsay Sloane, who co-starred opposite Sean Hayes in the pilot, will be departing. Written by Fresco and directed by James Burrows,...Show More Summary
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NBC has canceled The New Normal, TVGuide.com has learned. Ryan Murphy's struggling comedy... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Blair Underwood Justin Bartha Sean Hayes J.J. Abrams Andrew Rannells Bill Lawrence Jason Katims UpShow More Summary
Hayes will appear as the gay father of a teenager. Also on board: Thomas Lennon of Reno 911! read more
Osisko Mining Corporation (PTN) Q1 2013 Earnings Conference Call May 10, 2013 9:00 am ET Executives Sean Roosen - President & CEO Bryan Coates - CFO Luc Lessard - SVP & COO Analysts John Hayes - BMO Capital Markets George Topping - Stifel Andrew...Show More Summary
Sean Hayes is returning to TV in a comedy titled Sean Saves the World, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Broadway World writes: Sean (Sean Hayes, "Will & Grace") is a divorced gay dad who juggles a lot - his successful...
Among those returning to the network are Sean Hayes of “Will and Grace” and the creator of “Parenthood.” Also, the network will bring back “Parks and Recreation.”
NBC, which on Monday, at Radio City Music Hall, will unveil to advertisers its primetime schedule for the 2013-14 TV season, has ordered a new action thriller set in Washington D.C., starring Dermot Mulroney (not to be confused with Dylan McDermott) and Gillian Anderson. Read full article >>
One day after FOX picked up nine new shows for the 2013-2014 TV season, NBC is getting into the game with a number of new programs of its own. The Peacock has comedies starring Emmy winners Michael J. Fox and Sean Hayes plus a TV adaptation of the book/movie About a Boy, as well as yet another drama produced by J.J. Abrams.
NBC has given series orders to Jason Katims' About a Boy, J.J. Abrams' Believe, Crisis, The Family Guide starring Parker Posey, and Sean Hayes' Sean Saves the World, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Lost Jon Favreau Leslie Bibb Minnie Driver Parker Posey Robert De Niro Sean Hayes Alfonso Cuaron David Walton J.J. Show More Summary
NBC has set summer premiere dates for new series Crossing Lines, The Winner Is... and Hollywood Game Night. Crossing Lines will debut... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Donald Sutherland Jane Lynch Sean Hayes William Fichtner Nick Lachey Hollywood Game Night Crossing Lines
Sean Hayes, Charlie Day, Aubrey Plaza and Helen Mirren also to make appearances.