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Tag: The Middle (27-34 of 34)
read my recap of the episode!). Tonight, she’s got a guest spot on ABC’s critically lauded comedy The Middle, which stars Patricia Heaton as the mother to three rambunctious, wacky kids. Cavallari phoned up EW to chat about her role, as well as her future plans in the television sphere. You might be surprised about where you’ll find her in the future (hint: not in front of the camera…much).MTV’s long-running reality series The Hills may have ended last summer, but that hasn’t slowed star Kristin Cavallari down. Just this week, Cavallari appeared on the vaunted RuPaul’s Drag Race as an interview subject for the contestants (
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Were you a fan of The Middle before this guest spot came up? How did you get involved?
KRISTIN CAVALLARI: I had seen it a few times but didn’t watch it every single week, so when I found out I was going to be on it, I Tivo’ed it, and now I watch every episode and I’m really into it now. READ FULL STORY
ABC has set the premiere dates for its new midseason comedies Mr. Sunshine and Happy Endings. The former series will bow Feb. 9 and stars Matthew Perry as a self-absorbed manager of a San Diego sports arena. It also stars Allison Janney (The West Wing) and Andrea Anders (Better Off Ted). Happy Endings joins the schedule on April 13 and stars Elisha Cuthbert (24) as a gal who breaks up with her fiancee (Zach Knighton of FlashForward) on their wedding day.
Mr. Sunshine temporarily replaces Cougar Town, which will return to its regular time slot on April 13. Happy Endings – and reruns of Modern Family — will follow the run of Off the Map, the latest medical drama from Shonda Rhimes.
The Wednesday schedule for Feb. 9 through April 6 is as follows: READ FULL STORY
Breaking news from the Television Critics Assoc. press tour: ABC chief Stephen McPherson confirmed that the network has renewed freshman comedy hits Modern Family, Cougar Town, and The Middle for next season.
Other highlights from the ABC exec session… READ FULL STORY
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