The ABC comedy hit has cast Steve Zahn in a key sixth season role as The Dunphys’ horrible new neighbor.
ABC has unveiled its 2014-2015 primetime schedule, which includes new series “American Crime,” “Black-ish,” “Cristela,” “Forever,” “Fresh Off the Boat,” “Galavant,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Manhattan Love Story,” “Marvel’s Agent Carter,” “Secrets and Lies,” “Selfie” and “The Whispers.”
The newly-merged actors guild SAG-AFTRA gave out their 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards earlier this evening on a live broadcast on TBS, making it even clearer who might be winning on Oscar night with some of the same winners from this past week’s Golden Globes and Critics Choice Movie Awards being honored by their fellow actors.
ABC, the last major network to unveil its fall rollout plans, has set its premiere dates for new and returning series.
Season 4 of the best family comedy on TV right now wrapped up last week on ABC, and while most people’s attention is currently focused on the running jokes of another family show, Arrested Development, we’d thought we’d choose some of our favourites from Modern Family.
Although Christoph Waltz was said to be up for the role back in October, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that “Modern Family” star Ty Burrell will now take his place in Walt Disney Pictures’ still-untitled sequel to 2011’s The Muppets. Burrell will play the part of an Interpol agent.
As we get closer to the end of the year, BuzzHub will be releasing various lists of our favourites and least favourites in different categories. We’re starting with a big one- the best and worst TV shows and episodes of the year.
The Modern Family actor is developing an autobiographical comedy with younger brother Duncan Burrell, reports Deadline.
Modern Family returns to ABC next Wednesday, and you can watch the first preview right here!
1.‘The Big Bang Theory’ has boasted some of the funniest moments in recent TV history, mostly due to Jim Parsons’ Emmy-winning performance as Sheldon Cooper, the asexual, OCD nerd who has a ‘spot’ on the sofa that no-one else can sit in. Series 6 begins on September 27. Will Wolowitz return safely from space? Will Sheldon lose his virginity? Will Raj finally find love or a cure for his ‘selective mutism’? 2. ‘Modern Family’ is the live-action equivalent of The Simpsons, but with only 11 major characters, it’s a lot easier to feel for the families involved. Cameos coming in the 4th series include Mark Wahlberg and Brad Bird, and after the actors salaries have been raised by a third, we should get some good comedy soon! 3. This sci-fi drama is the perfect mix of ’24’ and ‘Heroes’, which makes sense, considering it stars Kiefer Sutherland and was created by Martin Kring. The season 1 finale was both gripping and heartbreaking, and when the second starts in October, we should get some proper entertainment. 4.After Marshall …
Ty Burrell finally gets a starring role in a movie…even if it IS a cartoon dog he’s playing!
So, Gloria is pregnant!!