One wouldn’t necessarily expect the Conner family to take stock of the Oscars, but Roseanne is officially going for gold. The 90th Academy Awards brought our first look at ABC’s upcoming Roseanne revival, and John Goodman’s miraculous return has not gone unnoticed.
It’s official – Alec Baldwin will enter the pantheon of late-night talk shows as early as this Sunday. Following reports of the 30 Rock and SNL star transitioning his podcast into a new series, ABC confirms that Baldwin will headline Sundays With Alec Baldwin, even previewing the serie…
Practice your quacks and get in Flying V formation – The Mighty Ducks may be skating onto a TV near you. Reports indicate that the classic kids’ sports comedy is eyeing a return to the ice with a new TV iteration from the original trilogy’s screenwriter.
Olivia Pope, meet Annalise Keating. Shondaland may collapse in on itself before Scandal comes to an end, as Shonda Rhimes confirms that How to Get Away With Murder and Scandal will film two crossover episodes for the coming months.
Like Will & Grace (and perhaps now Mad About You), sitcom revivals have a habit of ignoring their own series finales. That’s certainly the case with John Goodman’s Roseanne return, and the first official promos for our 2018 revival are not afraid to poke fun.
ABC has officially severed all ties to Mario Batali, including his role as co-host of The Chew. The move follows an initial suspension stemming from multiple sexual harassment allegations that surfaced earlier this month.
Alec Baldwin is practically an SNL cast member at this point, but the actor may soon have a more unexpected perch – his own talk show. Reports suggest Baldwin is negotiating with ABC for a new series based on his WNYC radio show, with production potentially starting next week.
The Conners are back, and they look like they haven’t missed a step. Catch a first look at ABC’s upcoming Roseanne revival, as a new table read photo reveals both the updated Conner household, and familiar faces like John Goodman and Sarah Chalke.
If you thought Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes had carte blanche at ABC, wait until you see her on Netflix. The famed Shondaland has officially gone streaming with a major new Netflix development deal that’s bound to have ABC reeling.
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