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Fox pulls 'Ben and Kate'


Fox is pulling Ben and Kate from its schedule. Yes, both of them!

The move comes after ABC blinked first, yesterday yanking its lowest-rated Tuesday comedy, Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23., and doubling down on Happy Endings. Now Fox is shuffling its Tuesday comedy block, removing Ben and Kate and booking back-to-back episodes of Raising Hope starting next week.

Fox says the remaining Ben and Kate episodes will air at some point (there are six left). Given Ben and Kate‘s ratings, the move wasn’t a surprise (if anything, some were shocked the show received an order for additional episodes last fall). This isn’t one of those decisions where you say, “The network didn’t give it a chance.”

Doubling up on Hope through February will make room for the return of Hell’s Kitchen, which will launch March 12 at 8 p.m. and lead into New Girl and The Mindy Project. The network emphasized these changes should not be taken as a bad sign for Hope, noting they plan to give the comedy a one-hour season finale following American Idol on Thursday, March 28. READ FULL STORY

'Ben and Kate' adds new romance with guest star Geoff Stults -- FIRST LOOK VIDEO

In the Oct. 30 Halloween episode of Ben and Kate, The Finder star Geoff Stults makes his debut as single father Will, who appears to be a match for socially-awkward single mother Kate (Dakota Johnson). In the video below, Stults and Johnson explain how the relationship begins. Look for Will to hang around a while — Stults is doing at least five episodes of the freshman show, which has been picked up for a full season. READ FULL STORY

'Finder' star returns to Fox on 'Ben and Kate'... and he's wearing a straw -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

Geoff Stults is back on TV — and he’s wearing a juice box.

Stults is returning to TV on Fox’s freshman comedy Ben & Kate, so we shouldn’t be surprised there’s a little craziness involved. (Or a lot, depending on your assessment of the exclusive photo below.)

The actor, who starred along with the late Michael Clarke Duncan in the Bones spin-off The Finder, makes his debut as a single father who catches Kate’s eye in the Oct. 30 episode, and he will appear on a recurring basis on the show, which was recently picked up for a full season.


'Ben and Kate' preview: Rob Corddry's 'surprising' effect on Lucy Punch -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

We’ll take that full order of Ben and Kate with a side of Rob Corddry, please!

In the Oct. 23 episode of Fox’s freshman comedy, the Children’s Hospital star — and recent Emmy winner! — guest stars as Buddy, the owner of the bar where BJ (Lucy Punch) works. And if this exclusive shot from the episode tells us anything, it’s that there’s more than workplace matters being discussed here.

“He’s basically Lucy Punch’s male counterpart,” says Corddry. “They are so similar that it makes Lucy’s character act differently.” READ FULL STORY

Fox to screen fall premieres early nationwide and host live online Q&A with casts

Fox will hold 10 nationwide advance screenings of its new comedies Ben and Kate and The Mindy Project on Aug. 26, followed by a question-and-answer session in person and online with the shows’ stars.

The casts of New Girl and Raising Hope — Fox’s two returning comedies that will join Ben and Mindy on Tuesday nights this fall — will also participate in the Los Angeles-based panel moderated by EW’s Annie Barrett. The comedy pilots and the subsequent question-and-answer session will be broadcast online and to screening rooms in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, and Houston.

Questions can be submitted to the casts via Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #FOXTuesdays and the individual shows’ Facebook pages. Participants in the panel will be New Girl’s Max Greenfield, Lamorne Morris, and Jake Johnson; Raising Hope’s Martha Plimpton and Garret Dillahunt; Ben and Kate’s Dakota Johnson and Nat Faxon; and The Mindy Project’s Mindy Kaling and Chris Messina. READ FULL STORY

'Mindy Project' debuting online early


Mindy Kaling’s new sitcom is going to be available sooner than you think.

Fox is going to give viewers early looks at freshman comedies The Mindy Project and Ben and Kate. The pilots for both shows will be available online for two weeks starting Aug. 27. Both shows will have their regular on-air premieres Sept. 25.

The shows will be on Hulu, and several other sites. And did you see’s first look at Mindy Project‘s fall key art? That’s here.


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