Interview: 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY star Mary Lynn Rajskub beats the clock again

Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O'Brian in 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY | ©2014 Daniel Smith/FOX

It just wouldn’t be 24 without Kiefer Sutherland’s Jack Bauer. For a lot of people, it also wouldn’t be 24 without Mary Lynn Rajskub’s Chloe O’Brian. Brought on in 24’s third season in 2003 as a grumpy, antisocial computer whiz, Chloe evolved into Jack’s most loyal and trusted colleague. It’s not really a surprise, then, that Chloe and Rajskub are back for 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY, Mondays at 9 PM on Fox. Although Jack and Chloe begin the twelve-episode season as adversaries, odds are good that they’ll reach détente before long. Rajskub, a Michigan native who does standup comedy and […]Read On »

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Interview with GROWING UP FISHER narrator Jason Bateman

Jenna Elfman stars as Joyce on GROWING UP FISHER | © 2014 Colleen Hayes/NBC

It’s a busy time for Jason Bateman. GROWING UP FISHER, the half-hour NBC comedy he executive produces and narrates, is in its third week on Tuesdays at 9:30 PM, and his feature directorial debut, BAD WORDS, which Bateman also stars in and produces, opens this Friday, March 14. In GROWING UP FISHER, young Henry (Eli Baker) is dealing with the friendly divorce of his parents, Mel (J.K. Simmons) and Joyce (Jenna Elfman). Bateman voices the older Henry, looking back at a time in his life complicated not so much by the parental split as by his father’s blindness, which is […]Read On »

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Interview: Terry Crews brings some muscle to BROOKLYN NINE-NINE

Terry Crews in BROOKLYN NINE-NINE - Season 1 | ©2013 Fox/Mary Ellen Matthews

Terry Crews is a man of many talents. Former NFL player, painter, writer, producer and actor – credits include THE LONGEST YARD remake, Chris Rock’s father on the series EVERYBODY HATES CHRIS, TERMINATOR SALVATION and the EXPENDABLES films – the man fromFlint,Michigan feels his most important job is as married family man with five children. This said, Crews sounds very happy about his current gig, playing Brooklyn police sergeant Terry Jeffords on Fox’s new half-hour comedy BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, Tuesdays at 8:30 PM. The actor is available for follow-up conversation after a Television Critics Association Q&A session for the series, created […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT star Jeffrey Tambor talks Season 4

Jeffrey Tambor as George Bluth in ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT | (c) 2013 Netflix

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, the comedy series created by Mitch Hurwitz about the dysfunctional Bluth family, ran on Fox for three seasons, from 2003 through 2006. Contrary to its title, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT has at last developed further, thanks in large part to nonstop demand from its ardent fans, with a new season of fifteen episodes released simultaneously on Netflix on May 26. The new season shows some incidents from multiple characters’ points of view. Jeffrey Tambor, who plays unstable patriarch George Bluth Senior, talked briefly after a Q&A event for the Television Critics Association about returning to a beloved role seven years […]Read On »

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Interview: Jeffrey Tambor gets BENT and talks ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT reboot and HELLBOY

Jeffrey Tambor in BENT - Season 1 - "Smitten" | ©2012 NBC/Neil Jacobs

In NBC’s new half-hour comedy series BENT, airing in a limited run Wednesdays with back-to-back episodes at 9 and 9:30 PM, Amanda Peet plays straight-arrow, hardworking divorced mom Alex Meyers, who hires David Walton’s carefree contractor Pete Riggins to fix her kitchen.Sparks fly, and not just from the equipment. Pete has some eccentric coworkers, but the most outstandingly peculiar person in his life is his father, James Riggins. Played by Jeffrey Tambor, James still aspires to an acting career, even though he’s on the far side of fifty and his showbiz success currently consists of playing piano at a department […]Read On »

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