Christopher Guest

HBO Cancels 'Hello Ladies' and 'Family Tree'
HBO Cancels 'Hello Ladies' and 'Family Tree'
HBO Cancels 'Hello Ladies' and 'Family Tree'
Boy, that HBO sure doesn't worry about burning a hole in its original programming slate, does it? In the same year that promises an end to 'True Blood,' 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'The Newsroom,' HBO has officially canceled future seasons of Stephen Merchant's dramedy 'Hello Ladies,' as well as Christopher Guest's 'Family Tree.' Do any of HBO's off-season shows have future seasons ahead?
HBO’s ‘Family Tree': First Full Trailer for Christopher Guest’s New TV Series
HBO’s ‘Family Tree': First Full Trailer for Christopher Guest’s New TV Series
HBO’s ‘Family Tree': First Full Trailer for Christopher Guest’s New TV Series
Along with a fresh episode of 'Game of Thrones' and a sneak peek of Steven Soderbergh's forthcoming Liberace biopic 'Behind the Candelabra,' HBO also gave us our first full trailer for acclaimed mockumentarian Christoger Guest's first ongoing TV series 'Family Tree.' The new series from the 'Best in Show' director features 'Girls' and 'This is 40' star Chris O'Dowd in the lead role, along with a n
HBO’s ‘Family Tree’ Trailer Offers a First Look at Christopher Guest’s New Series
HBO’s ‘Family Tree’ Trailer Offers a First Look at Christopher Guest’s New Series
HBO’s ‘Family Tree’ Trailer Offers a First Look at Christopher Guest’s New Series
It's been a banner weekend for HBO, what with three new trailers for 'Game of Thrones' season 3, the 'Girls' season 2 finale and a fresh trailer for 'Veep' season 2, but the pay-cable network isn't done yet. The latest buzzing HBO project to deliver a first look is none other than acclaimed mockumentarian Christopher Guest's new series 'Family Tree,' premiering in May with 'Bridesmaids' and 'Girls
HBO’s ‘Family Tree': Christopher Guest Previews Upcoming Series
HBO’s ‘Family Tree': Christopher Guest Previews Upcoming Series
HBO’s ‘Family Tree': Christopher Guest Previews Upcoming Series
It's that wonderful time of the year known as the Television Critics Association press tours, where all manner of show-runners, producers and stars sit down to discuss their respective series with press. One upcoming gem we know to be arriving sometime in early 2013 is that of Christopher Guest's new HBO TV series 'Family Tree,' starring 'Bridesmaids' and 'Girls' actor Chris O'Dowd as a man learni
Christopher Guest HBO Series ‘Family Tree’ Picks Up Fred Willard, Michael McKean and Ed Begley Jr.
Christopher Guest HBO Series ‘Family Tree’ Picks Up Fred Willard, Michael McKean and Ed Begley Jr.
Christopher Guest HBO Series ‘Family Tree’ Picks Up Fred Willard, Michael McKean and Ed Begley Jr.
It's no secret that certain directors have a stable of actors they work with in an almost religious capacity. Tim Burton can't seem to do anything without Johnny Depp or Helena Bonham Carter, Wes Anderson has Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman, and so on, and so forth. So when HBO announced that famed mockumentary director Christopher Guest was to develop his own series, was it any surprise that Fr
HBO Picks Up New Christopher Guest Series ‘Family Tree’
HBO Picks Up New Christopher Guest Series ‘Family Tree’
HBO Picks Up New Christopher Guest Series ‘Family Tree’
The prospect sure seemed surprising when it was first announced that writer/director Christopher Guest was looking to take his talents to TV, but now it's been set in stone that the 'Best in Show' director will develop a new comedy for cable.  Guest's 'Family Tree' will hit the airwaves sometime in the near future, but what network opted to pick up the series, and who have they gotten to star in t
Eugene Levy Says Christopher Guest’s Mock-Docs are Done
Eugene Levy Says Christopher Guest’s Mock-Docs are Done
Eugene Levy Says Christopher Guest’s Mock-Docs are Done
Though it arguably started with Rob Reiner's 'This is Spinal Tap,' the mock-documentary comedy got a shot in the arm when 'Tap' co-star Christopher Guest used it again when he co-wrote and directed 1996's 'Waiting for Guffman.' Such led to three films that used the same style and much of the same cast . That format eventually took hold in television, and - as 'Guffman' co-writer Eugene Levy has re