She has graduated from Greendale and is now headed to Hannah: Community star Gillian Jacobs has snagged a recurring role on season 4 of HBO’s Girls. EW checked in with Jacobs to talk about her new job — and, yes, the end of her old one. READ FULL STORY
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Gillian Jacobs is heading from Greendale to Brooklyn (or Iowa).
Community star Jacobs will appear on the upcoming season of Girls, EW has confirmed. TVLine, which first reported the news, says she’ll play a character named Mimi-Rose Howard and will first appear in episode 5.
Girls, which ended its third season with Hannah seemingly bound for the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, will come back to HBO in early 2015.
She should have known not to trust him after he blindsided her biggest ally right out of the game. And the truth is, she did know. But that didn’t stop Jefra Bland from being blindsided by Tony last night on Survivor: Cagayan. She called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) to talk all about the big betrayal, and you can hear the entire conversation right here on the InsideTV Podcast. READ FULL STORY
'American Dad': Olivia Wilde and Gillian Jacobs will be your sexy flight attendants on Sunday -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
American Dad takes to the sky this week in hopes of turning you into a frequent crier. (You know, from laughing really hard.) In the episode, which airs Sunday at 9:30 p.m. on Fox, Stan and Francine learn all about the world of aviation, while trying to prevent Mark Cuban (played by Mark Cuban) from blowing the sun to smithereens.
They are recruited by a Charlie’s Angels-esque quartet of sexy flight attendants, who are voiced by some recognizable names: Olivia Wilde as Denise (the brunette!); Becki Newton as Margie (the blonde!), Gillian Jacobs as Christy (the dirty blonde!), and Megalyn Echikunwoke as Angie (the redhead!). This alluring cabin crew calls themselves “four high-flying gals who like to have fun” — so read into that what you may. And check out some of their dirty talk in the clip below.
The episode also includes vocal contributions from Kyle Chandler and returning guest Ellie Kemper. READ FULL STORY
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