‘Parenthood’ bringing back Ray Romano

06.20.13 4 years ago

“Parenthood” bringing back Ray Romano
He’ll have a “major presence” next season, appearing in 12-15 episodes.

“Girls”: Here’s your first look at Season 3
The four pals are going on a road trip.

James Gandolfini: Watch HBO’s brief tribute
“Our Friend,” the 16-second tribute states. “You will never be forgotten.” PLUS: “Big Pussy” says Gandolfini had the “biggest heart ever,” Bravo re-airing Gandolfini’s “Actor’s Studio,” Did obesity or smoking kill him?, watch Gandolfini on “Sesame Street” from 2002, Bruce Springsteen dedicates “Born to Run” to Gandolfini, Joey Pants says “we joked about getting older, our health,” NFL Network rerunning the Gandolfini-narrated “America’s Game,” he was fat and sexy, “The Sopranos” changed TV forever and Gandolfini ushered in TV’s golden age, he was an icon for fat people, Gandolfini was transfixing in the way he played Tony as vulnerable, and his death is a horrible loss for acting.

Broadcast networks tell FCC: Lift indecency rules becomes our viewership has declined
The four major networks said in a filing, “Americans today, including children, spend more time engaged with non-broadcast channels delivered by cable and satellite television, the Internet, video games and other media than they do with broadcast media.”

FBI asks “Portlandia” for permission to use one of its sketches as a training tool
“This falls under the surreal category,” says Carrie Brownstein of the request to use the “Sanitation Twins” sketch. “We granted permission, although he didn’t tell us why he was interested.”

Kim Kardashian’s baby’s name: “North West”
The rumors that Kim and Kanye will be giving their baby a directional name are true, according to the birth certificate.

“Hannibal” creator reflects on Season 1

How did Bryan Fuller make his version distinguishable from other Hannibal adaptations? PLUS: Mads Mikkelsen says of Hannibal Lechter: “He’s actually one of the more positive characters I’ve ever played.”

“Mad Men” fans keep telling Matthew Weiner to end the series with somebody jumping from the window
“People think it would be just an amazing rhyme to have that in the opening every week — and then in the last episode have it happen,” he says. PLUS: Weiner loves the vague promos.

Watch an animated “Game of Thrones” parody starring Michael Cera and Zooey Deschanel
And Aubrey Plaza as Ygritte.

“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” and “Once Upon a Time” are going to Comic-Con
Spinoff series “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” will also be there.

Rachel’s sister won’t hide her true identity from “Big Brother” housemates

Says Elissa Slater: “I definitely don’t want to tell anyone, but if they figure it out or ask me … I’m not going to lie. I think that will bite me at the end.”

“The Simpsons'” Harry Shearer joins Loyola University New Orleans

He’ll become the artist in residence at the College of Music and Fine Arts.

Elijah Wood: If “Wilfred” was revealed to have a mental illness, the show would become “much scarier”
“Because,” he says, “if the basement, for instance, doesn’t exist, if he’s simply sitting in a closet smoking weed by himself with the dog, what is that? That is kind of scary.” PLUS: Watch “Wilfred” cast and crew get reacquainted.

Check out “Beware the Batman”

The new Cartoon Network show looks pretty badass.

“NTSF: SD: SUV::” books Jack McBrayer, Ed Helms, Alia Shawkat

They’re lined up for Season 3.

“Full House’s” Candace Cameron posts a ’90s pic with fellow ABC teen stars

Check her out with Jaleel White, Jeremy Miller and Andrea Barber.

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