Andrew J. West sure does have an appetite. First we saw him eating humans on The Walking Dead as leader of the cannibals at Terminus, and now the man who played Gareth is following that up with a scene in — where else? — a restaurant. READ FULL STORY
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Schmidt in 'Cleveland': Max Greenfield gets put in the doghouse on TV Land sitcom -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
New Girl‘s Max Greenfield guest stars on this week’s episode of Hot in Cleveland as a Rescue Center volunteer who determines if the women (Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves) are dog-worthy or not. From the looks of these two exclusive clips from the episode titled “The One with George Clooney”, things may not be what they seem. For one, Max Greenfield is not George Clooney (no offense). Check them out below: READ FULL STORY
Looks like Betty White and her gal pals will be sticking around Ohio for a little bit longer.
TV Land has renewed Hot in Cleveland, the hit sitcom starring White, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, and Wendie Malick, for a 24-episode sixth season. The announcement was made to the cast and crew one day shy of taping the show’s 100th episode. “There’s instant magic when our cast, writers and crew get together for each episode,” said TV Land President Larry Jones. “We’re so excited to be reaching these milestones and can’t wait to see what lies ahead in Cleveland.” Jones celebrated with the cast on set by sharing this congratulatory selfie on Twitter: READ FULL STORY
If Hot in Cleveland‘s fifth season didn’t already have your attention — what with Melanie’s pregnancy and all — the show has enlisted a rather attractive guest star to sweeten the deal. EW has learned exclusively that Jason Priestley is joining the show as Corey Chambers, a handsome movie star Melanie had a crush on back in high school. (Hmm, a high school heartthrob? Sounds a lot like Priestley’s Beverly Hills, 90210 past.)
And Chambers might turn into more than just a thing of the past when Victoria asks for her friends’ help with increasing her chances in the Oscar race. Let’s just say Melanie might get to make her teenage dream something of an adult reality.
Other guest stars you have to look forward to this season include New Girl‘s Max Greenfield and returning guest stars Jennifer Love Hewitt, Craig Ferguson, John Mahoney, Michael McMillian, Jay Harrington, Dave Foley, and Georgia Engel as Mamie Sue.
And if that still isn’t enough for you, this season will also include a crossover between Hot in Cleveland and TVLand’s new show Kirstie — think Kirstie Alley — when the ladies travel to New York City.
Hot in Cleveland airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on TV Land.
Carol Burnett fans have been looking forward to her appearance on Hot In Cleveland and her reunion with Mama’s Family costar Betty White for months now. And it’s looking like the funny lady won’t disappoint, bringing that absurd sense of humor (and that voice!) that we love to tonight’s episode. Burnett plays Victoria’s (Wendie Malick) mother Penny, a local Canoga Falls TV legend and children’s program puppeteer, who’s dealing with a cluttered house and scattering mind. Watch the icon’s dramatic entrance below: READ FULL STORY
Betty White wrote a delightful letter asking fans to watch Wednesday’s live season premiere of Hot in Cleveland. The note begins “Dear Internet” and is basically perfect.
“Who knew at 91 that I would be blessed to work on yet another wonderful and fun sitcom!” White writes. “And boy, do I have a blast. Where else could I get to be a bride, a jailbird, a college freshman, and a fugitive in Amish Country?”
Later she promises, “I can guarantee you there will be no mistakes… that we can’t cover (or have fun trying!) Really what could possibly go wrong!?”
Check out the full note on Hot in Cleveland‘s Facebook page. The live episode airs tomorrow at 10 p.m. ET on TV Land, if you want to watch and make Betty happy!
Here’s something that should suddenly make this nothing day seem worthwhile: This afternoon, Katie takes a trip to the set of Hot in Cleveland, where Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie Harper, and Cloris Leachman recently filmed a guest spot alongside their old Mary Tyler Moore cast mates (and current Cleveland residents) Betty White and Georgia Engel.
Though it’s been over 30 years since the ladies appeared on a sitcom together, you’d never know it from their strong rapport. Here’s a sneak peek of Moore and Harper explaining why Mary Richards had such a hold on women. (Valerie’s explanation: “Mary is who you wish you were, Rhoda is who you probably are, and Phyllis is who you’re afraid you’ll become.”)
'Mary Tyler Moore' reunion alert: Moore, Valerie Harper, Cloris Leachman to guest on 'Hot in Cleveland'
Minneapolis’s finest are coming to Cleveland.
TV Land revealed today that Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie Harper, and Cloris Leachman will all guest star on an upcoming episode of Hot in Cleveland, Betty White’s popular TV Land sitcom. All four actresses starred in the multiple Emmy-winning Mary Tyler Moore Show. Georgia Engel, who played sweet but dim Georgette Franklin on the classic sitcom, will appear in the episode as well; she’s had a recurring role on Cleveland since last spring.
Once again, TV Land is bringing back Hot in Cleveland for another season.
Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White will return for a fifth round. “This is an incredible milestone for the show and for TV Land,” said TV Land president Larry W. Jones. “To have our first scripted sitcom make it to the syndication level is a huge accomplishment. We have a brilliant creative team both in front of and behind the camera. We are so proud to be on this exciting ride with them.”
The first half of the current fourth season averaged 2 million viewers. The fifth season will start shooting this fall. New episodes return June 19 with a special live premiere episode.
Although his show Partners was cancelled back in November, Michael Urie has found work on another comedy. EW has exclusively learned that Urie — who used to star as the beloved Marc St. James on ABC’s Ugly Betty — will guest star on the next season of TV Land’s hit Hot in Cleveland.
Cee Lo Green to guest on TV Land's 'Soul Man' as rival pastor to Cedric the Entertainer -- EXCLUSIVE
Cee Lo Green is busy coaching on NBC’s The Voice, writing a memoir, working on multiple albums, and prepping a residency in Las Vegas. But he isn’t stopping there: EW has exclusively learned that Green is taping a guest spot on TV Land’s new sitcom The Soul Man this week.
The TV Land comedy stars Cedric the Entertainer as Reverend Boyce, a former R&B star, and Niecy Nash as his wife, Lolli. Green is set to appear as — what else? — a flashy rival preacher who’s stealing congregation members from Boyce’s church.
The Soul Man premieres on TV Land June 20 at 10 p.m. and follows Boyce as he moves home to St. Louis with his family to preach at his father’s church where his clan has to adjust to their new, humble life. The show was originally a spin-off of TV Land’s successful comedy Hot in Cleveland, which featured Boyce in the Aug. 24, 2011, episode “Bridezelka” alongside series stars Betty White, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick, and Valerie Bertinelli. Soul Man producers include Cleveland producers Suzanne Martin, Todd Milliner, and Sean Hayes, along with Soul Man star Cedric the Entertainer and showrunner Phoef Sutton.
The ladies of TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland — Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick, and Betty White — regularly work opposite great guest stars, from Regis Philbin to Joan Rivers. Well, you can add another notch to that post: EW has learned exclusively that SNL and Just Shoot Me alum David Spade will make his first appearance on the show, in an episode tentatively scheduled to air at the end of May.
Spade, of course, worked alongside Malick — who stars in the show as narcissistic ex-soap star Victoria Chase — for seven seasons on the NBC sitcom, Just Shoot Me. Cleveland regularly casts actors from the four lead’s old television shows, including Mary Tyler Moore‘s Mary Tyler Moore and Ed Asner, Frasier‘s John Mahoney, One Day at a Time‘s Bonnie Franklin, and Just Shoot Me‘s Laura San Giacomo.
Spade’s appearance should be especially funny: The comedian is set to play a rival hairstylist in the salon where Philbin’s character works. Hot in Cleveland airs new episodes on Wednesday at 10 p.m.
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‘Hot in Cleveland': ‘Mary Tyler Moore’ alum Ed Asner shows up! — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Betty White to reunite with ‘Mary Tyler Moore’ costar Ed Asner on ‘Hot in Cleveland’ — EXCLUSIVE
‘Hot in Cleveland’ season premiere: Who will Elka choose?
As we told you back in December, Ed Asner is headed for a Mary Tyler Moore reunion with his old costar Betty White on TV Land’s throwback sitcom Hot in Cleveland. And now, EW has the exclusive first look at his role on the show, which finds him playing Jameson Lyons, the president of a prestigious country club in Cleveland.
The video below presents Asner in all his sitcom glory, going toe to toe with Cleveland‘s three hotties, Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), Joy (Jane Leeves), and Victoria (Wendie Malick), as they make an attempt to join his country club.
In the clip, Elka (White) is nowhere to be found until near the end when it’s revealed that — wait for it — she used to work (in the name of all things Lou Grant, there’s the wink!) with Jameson, who fired her after he hit on her and she turned him down. Or so she says. Apparently, Elka spends the episode trying to avenge those wrongs from the past.
Jon Lovitz, James Patrick Stuart, and Maree Cheatham also guest star in the episode, which airs tonight on TV Land. Get a sneak peek of Asner on Hot in Cleveland here:
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