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Topic - Josh Gad
After putting yet another wearying, bitterly fought national election behind us, do we really need a sitcom set in the White House? Yes, said Jason Winer, a creator of NBC's newcomer "1600 Penn."
Where once the post-holiday schedule was a blizzard of chilly reruns, January is bursting with premieres and finales.
Where once the post-holiday schedule was a blizzard of chilly reruns, January is aburst with premieres and finales.
The first film on the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs since his death will debut in January at the Sundance Film Festival, organizers said.
NBC is making room for "Community" on its midseason schedule, along with a new comedy set in the White House and a dating series produced by former "Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria.
Taylor Swift will co-host the Grammy nominations television special.
The fourth "Ice Age" film has the same easy good nature typical of the decade-old animated franchise. While the first fans of the 2002 original have long aged out of the target audience for these celebrity-voiced prehistoric mammals, new recruits are likely being minted via DVD and download.
Joel Grey, Kara DioGuardi, Bebe Neuwirth, Ben Vereen and Brian Stokes Mitchell _ along with sailors, nuns, drag queens, ballerinas and a Spider-Man _ helped mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks with a full-throated reprise of the song "New York, New York."
The Outer Critics Circle is calling "The Book of Mormon" the season's best musical, "War Horse" best play and "Anything Goes" best musical revival.
Who says Broadway won't take a risk? "The Book of Mormon" and "The Scottsboro Boys" _ two very different musicals with very different fates _ have emerged with the most Tony Award nominations this season.
"The Book of Mormon" nabbed a leading 14 Tony Award nominations Tuesday, earning the profane musical one nod short of the record for most nominations and putting it in the driver's seat when the awards are handed out next month.
For years, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have lampooned everything, from Scientology to Tiger Woods, Prius drivers to Islam, Britney Spears to the great state of New Jersey.
Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells will star in the upcoming Broadway musical by the "South Park" creators.
"The show continues to surprise even me with how well received it is," said Mr. Gad. "This is dangerous in the best sense. People are excited when they sit down in those seats because they don't know what's going to happen."
"I had no idea that it would be this big. The show continues to surprise even me with how well received it is," said Gad.