Posted on 6 January, 2013

I’m hopeful for Parks & Rec.—and Community—but anything can happen between now and May.
NBC Chairman Bob Greenblatt speaking super ominously about the future of Parks & Recreation and Community a few seconds ago at the Television Critics Association Press Tour. He said “but” with an arched eyebrow, in all verbal italics like that.
keyridan:


Arrested Development - 3x06 - The Ocean Walker.


More breaking news: NBC’s developing a new Michael J. Fox sitcom about a newscaster with Parkinson’s. And it’s written by Sam Laybourne, the guy who wrote Arrested Development episode where Michael almost marries Rita.

keyridan:

Arrested Development - 3x06 - The Ocean Walker.

More breaking news: NBC’s developing a new Michael J. Fox sitcom about a newscaster with Parkinson’s. And it’s written by Sam Laybourne, the guy who wrote Arrested Development episode where Michael almost marries Rita.

Some of you are dicks.
1600 Penn’s Josh Gad in a room full of critics talking about reviews of the show. Consider us not that dickish. Because Bill Pullman. And Jenna Elfman. And because we don’t want to be called a dick. Mostly that.

NBC’s new show Do No Harm is that show Awake except Clair Huxtable is in it and it’s not canceled. Watch it or don’t watch it, who cares, but does anybody remember how awesome that pilot was for Awake? It was a straight up work of art. I’d hang it up somewhere in my apartment in a really nice spot if I could.

Not even in the bathroom. Probably in a hallway or in the kitchen or something.

Anyways, this show is exactly the same. Some people are in front of us right now trying to convince us otherwise—and I know the rest of that series went sour fast, sure—but why distance yourself from the kitchen painting that was the Awake pilot? 

It was pretty exciting to get to work the first day and see Mrs. Huxtable. And then to find out she’s that dreamy in real life.
"Do No Harm" star Steven Pasquale on meeting co-star Phylicia Rashad. Thank you for finally saying it, Steven, and the Jello.
Less.

Just talked to Phylicia Rashad about what’s changed in TV the last few years.

Phylicia: “What was different about (The Cosby Show) is that Bill wanted the show to entertain you, but he wanted to do it in an intelligent way.”

Hulu: “Do you think there are more or less shows that do that now?”

Phylicia: “Less.”