From Rickey.org Guy Pearce has inked a deal to guest star on Sean Saves the World as a new love interest for Sean. I LOVE Guy Pearce! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Guy Pearce (pictured) is the latest heterosexual actor to go gay-for-pay on the small screen. The sexy Australian star, who made an indelible impression as the outrageous Felicia in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, has been cast as Sean Hayes’ new boyfriend in the sitcom Sean Saves the World. Show More Summary
Jack and Karen back together again???? Okay, while that's not exactly the case, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally WILL be back together again! Years after they captured our hearts as they slurped down martinis, pulled pranks, and basically won at life, the Will & Grace costars are set to work together once more! Megan has reportedly signed on [...]
It's a "Will & Grace" reunion... without Will and Grace. Our two favorite salty sidekicks, Jack and Karen from the NBC classic sitcom "Will & Grace" will have an on-screen reunion when Megan Mullally guest stars on Sean Hayes' new sitcom...Show More Summary
From Rickey.org An upcoming episode of Sean Saves the World will reunite Sean Hayes with his Will & Grace co-star Megan Mullally! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Break out the vodka: Jack and Karen are teaming back up. Megan Mullally will appear alongside her former "Will & Grace" sidekick Sean Hayes in a future episode of his freshman NBC sitcom "Sean Saves the World."
Despite being told by the star of Sean Saves The World that it “doesn’t have the eyeballs” to program hit shows these days, NBC has given the freshman sitcom five more chances to prove Sean Hayes wrong. According to the Los Angeles Times,...Show More Summary
NBC has ordered five more episodes of its freshman comedy Sean Saves the World, bringing the first season total to 18 episodes. Sean Saves the World stars Sean Hayes as a divorced gay father to a 14-year-old daughter, Ellie (Samantha Isler). Show More Summary
NBC has given a Back 5 order to Sean Saves The World, bringing the first season of the multi-camera comedy starring Sean Hayes to 18 episodes. The move comes as Sean Saves The World posted a ratings gain last night with an original Voice as a lead-in. Show More Summary
"The Voice" came to Sean Hayes' rescue Thursday night.
Somebody over at NBC seems to like Sean Saves the World—or, at least, Sean Hayes. Despite mediocre reviews and ho-hum ratings, the sitcom has received an order for an additional four scripts, which translates roughly to an additional...Show More Summary
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The Thursday night comedy starring Sean Hayes has been picked up for four additional scripts. read more
Liz (Megan Hilty) is playing matchmaker on Sean Saves the World! But does Sean (Sean Hayes) even want to be set up? On Thursday's episode (9/8c, NBC), Sean tries to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Sean Hayes MADtv Bobby Lee Megan Hilty Sean Saves the World
The actor opened up about his regrets and reasons for remaining closeted in the past read more
Three years ago, Sean Hayes publicly came out as gay, but the former "Will & Grace" star thinks it wasn't soon enough. In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, the actor was asked about the controversy surrounding his "Will & Grace" character, Jack McFarland, and the fact that he might be "too gay." "I was so young," Hayes said. Show More Summary
The former Will and Grace actor opened up about his regrets and reasons for remaining closeted in the past in a recent interview with the LA Times. read more
I was so young. It made me go back in the closet [with the media] because I was so overwhelmed at 26 or 27. I didn’t want the responsibility, I didn’t know how to handle the responsibility of speaking for the gay community. I always felt like I owed them a huge apology for coming […]
Sean Hayes tells the L.A. Times that early controversy over his Will and Grace character Jack McFarland being "too gay" made him go back into the closet with the media: I was so young. It made me go back in...
Sean Hayes isn’t ready to take the blame for his new sitcom’s low ratings. Instead, he’s willing to point the finger directly at NBC. The former Will & Grace star returned to network television with his new show Sean Saves the World not too long ago. Show More Summary