It's a good thing that only three years time will see the major cities of the world outfitted with flying cars, hover-boards and Pepsi Perfect kiosks at every corner cafe, because otherwise things might look fairly bleak. Not only will '2 Broke Girls' likely still be on the air, but syndicated on a major cable network as well.
Well, that didn't take long. And poor Wilmer Valderrama, while we're at it. After drifting about in the years since 'That '70s Show' ended, and becoming best known for being in Lindsay Lohan...'s sphere of gossip, Valderrama finally landed himself a decent role in the excellent drama 'Awake,' until those good folk at NBC up and cancelled it. So what's a TV star to do but reconnect with his former, less successful cast mates on basic cable?
No worries, 'Cougar Town' fans. Just kick back and pour yourselves another giant glass of wine. Not only are future seasons of the cul de sac crew assured for airing on TBS following the move from ABC, but the show has picked up a successor to creator Bill Lawrence's tenure as show runner. Series creators Lawrence and Kevin Biegel themselves have said they wouldn't step down without leaving someone great in their place, which is more than 'Community' fans have to say. So who got the gig?
Be ready, you might need a little bit of wine to wash this one down. While 'Cougar Town' fans were overjoyed to learn that the cul de sac crew would return for a forth season (albeit on new network TBS), it seems one key member won't be taking the trip along with them. But what does it mean for the future of the show, and who might depart along with them?
It'll always be a shame to us that Norm MacDonald never took off the way Will Ferrell did following 'Saturday Night Live.' Both great 'Saturday Night Live' stars and breakout performers, yet MacDonald never found the film success or popularity of Ferrell in any of his comedies. But, you know what Will Ferrell never had? His own talk show on TBS!
Break out the wine! Bill Lawrence and Courteney Cox-starring comedy 'Cougar Town' fans can officially rest easy that their beloved series will have a new home after the current season. And considering all the shuffling the show has been through, and even stars speaking out about ABC's handling of the series, the decision didn't come a moment too soon.
'Parks and Recreation's' Nick Offerman is truly a man's man. Last week, Offerman demonstrated his woodworking chops by showing us how to make a Ron Swanson bobblehead doll. This time around, Offerman show's his softer side with his fondness for reading aloud the insightful tweets of young female celebrities, while swinging an axe and firing up a chainsaw.