Time is not on Liza Miller's (Sutton Foster, "Bunheads") side on "Younger," a breezy new sitcom from "Sex and the City" creator Darren Star, premiering Tuesday (March 31), on TV Land.Fifteen years after giving up a high-powered executive...Show More Summary
UPDATE: UTA has confirmed its windfall of CAA agents. Release below EXCLUSIVE: In one of the bigger mass exits of significant agents in years, five senior agents who’ve run the comedy group at CAA for film, TV and comedy touring have left that agency. Show More Summary
Sutton Foster deserves a great, long-lasting television vehicle. She is more than capable as a performer — as evidenced by her two Tony Awards — but so far she’s had trouble transitioning that success to television. ABC Family’s Bunheads,...Show More Summary
Sutton Foster passes for 26 in a TV Land sitcom that doesn't feel like a rerun.
First things first. "Younger" does the world the great favor of returning Sutton Foster to television, and only two years after the cancellation of "Bunheads." Ring bells, sing songs, blow horns, beat gongs.
For most actresses, age is one of the most hated four three-letter words in the English language. But for her latest role, Sutton Foster had to embrace it. "I've never had to face my own age in this way before," she tells TVGuide.com. "Suddenly I'm like, 'Oh, sh--!' I'm now the 40-year-old who's... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Younger Sutton Foster Bunheads
(All times Eastern) An ocean excursion is up for grabs as the remaining 14 contestants try to impress Chef Ramsay with their original cheese dishes on “Hell’s Kitchen” (Fox at 8 p.m.). Later, the divide between the weakest and strongest grows at a star-studded dinner service. Read full article >>
Shadowhunters, the TV series based on Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments YA fantasy book series, has found a U.S. home: ABC Family has acquired rights to the series, a spinoff of the 2013 feature film The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones. Show More Summary
“Younger,” premiering Tuesday on TV Land, is a suitably sparky half-hour comedy that stars Sutton Foster as Liza, a suburban New Jersey woman facing both divorce and foreclosure just as she’s hitting 40. She attempts to find a job in...Show More Summary
Sex And The City creator Darren Star's new series, Younger, premieres this week on TV Land, telling the tale of a 40-year-old woman who poses as a 26-year-old to score an entry-level job in publishing. We recently spoke with star Sutton...Show More Summary
Leading Euro pay TV operator Sky has acquired a 60% stake in U.S. production company Jupiter Entertainment. Founded in 1996 by Stephen Land, Jupiter Entertainment specialises in non-scripted programmes. Its shows include Welcome to...Show More Summary
Joining a long line of comedians with eponymous TV shows, Jim Gaffigan and his wife Jeannie are getting ready to premiere "The Jim Gaffigan Show" on TV Land this summer. The first promo for the single-camera sitcom features GaffiganShow More Summary
This is what happens in Teletubby land when the sun baby goes to sleep. A Twitter user named Mark Holland posted a black and white photo of the classic children’s TV characters online, and someone commented that it looked like the Joy...Show More Summary
Paris Hilton will never again be the A-lister that she once was, but she has been popping up in the news quite a bit in recent weeks. First, Paris' brother, Conrad Hilton, was arrested in an international incident that would've landed...Show More Summary
In case you didn't know, the Kentucky Wildcats are for real. On Thursday night, the Wildcats beat the West Virginia Mountaineers like they had stolen something in a land that believes in medieval punishment toward thieves. We heard guarantees from the West Virginia side before the game, but things clearly didn't go as planned. Show More Summary
Press release from Nickelodeon, March 26, 2015: Nickelodeon’s 28th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards hosted by Nick Jonas will simulcast for the first time across Nickelodeon, TeenNick, Nicktoons and TV Land, and live stream on Nick.com and the Nick App this...
Disney Junior will make an animated television movie and weekly show from the best-selling "Fancy Nancy" book series.
The Tony-winning Broadway star has her Carrie Bradshaw moment in TV Land’s new series, which asks: If you could relive your 20s, would you? (Her answer: Hell, no.)
Encores will air across Nickelodeon, Nicktoons, TeenNick and CMT following the show.
Evelyn Lozada is returning to reality TV – this time with a different fiancé. Evelyn just scored a new show, tentatively called ‘Evelyn‘ which will air on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network and chronicles her new life with MLB player Carl Crawford,...Show More Summary