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Topic - Will Arnett
It all started with a slap for Matthew Rhys. Trying out for "The Americans," he took one in the puss from Keri Russell.
Christina Applegate says she's bowing out of NBC's "Up All Night."
Netflix's "Arrested Development" continues to add to its already impressive cast roster.
May, it turns out, is a manly month, and a funny one at that.
The President's Day weekend box office was too close to call as the action tale "Safe House" and the love story "The Vow" competed for the No. 1 spot.
While adults and older children likely won't be on tenterhooks waiting to see how the story comes out, this import from Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli is a simple-hearted and gentle story for younger kids.
"Arrested Development" is coming back to life on the Netflix video streaming service.
The Emmy Awards were still a day away, but the Nokia Theatre was already abuzz Saturday as celebrities popped in to rehearse their lines for Sunday's ceremony.
Some of TV's top stars aren't just nominated for Emmy Awards; they're going to help present them.
NBC is betting on the Playboy club, Chelsea Handler and a raft of romantic comedies among the dozen new series it has ordered in its latest attempt to come back from a long slump that has made it television's fourth-place broadcast network.
With Steve Carell leaving, "The Office" needs a new boss. The List looks at possible candidates.
Scranton regional manager Michael Scott has left "The Office," as long promised, in a fond farewell for the actor who played him, series star Steve Carell.
Instability, even unrest. Major changes at the top. Uncertainty for the future.
NBC soon will be tasked with doing the impossible: replacing one of TV's funniest lead characters on one of TV's funniest comedies.
The 12th season of "Dancing With the Stars" is under way. The hit ABC show began its latest season Monday with performances by its new cast of 11 stars, Associated Press reports. Actor Ralph Macchio was the night's top scorer with 24 points out of 30.
"We're having such a good time being back together. It's been seven years and we all just picked up where we left off," Mr. Arnett said.
"I don't want to give away too much but there are a few people on this stage tonight who are a part of it," Mr. Arnett said with a smirk and a glance at Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Richter.