Curb Your Enthusiasm season 9 teaser

The wait for more Curb Your Enthusiasm is almost over. Come this fall, Larry David will be back in action and handling hilarious confrontations over the course of 10 new episodes. In the six years since season 8, it looks like Larry David hasn’t changed much.

Below, watch the Curb Your Enthusiasm season 9 teaser.

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Roast Woody Harrelson's Live Movie

Before we see Woody Harrelson take Caesar and the rest of his super-intelligent simian army in War for the Planet of the Apes this summer, he’s taking on an equally daunting endeavor: shooting the world’s first live movie.

Lost in London is an ambitious project that will have Woody Harrelson directing and starring in a movie that will be live-streamed into theaters as it’s shot on-location in London this week on January 19th. If you think that sounds like a crazy idea, don’t worry, because all of Woody Harrelson’s famous friends don’t believe he can pull it off.

Jennifer Lawrence, Matthew McConaughey, Liam Hemsworth, Ted Danson, Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake and more all roast Woody Harrelson, mocking his cinematic experiment. Watch all of these people and more roast Woody Harrelson’s live movie. Read More »

Curb Your Enthusiasm season nine

Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen are returning for season nine of Curb Your Enthusiasm. Danson and Steenburgen first appeared in the HBO series’ second episode, “Ted and Mary,” in which Larry David goes shopping Mary and her mother, but they continued to play versions of themselves throughout the comedy. Steenburgen appeared in five episodes, while Danson popped up more frequently.

Below, learn more about the Curb Your Enthusiasm season nine cast.

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nbc

The 2016-2017 TV season doesn’t kick off for another several months, but with the upfronts in full swing, the networks are taking turns showing off their brand-new offerings. NBC’s freshman lineup includes the Kristen Bell comedy The Good Place, Dan Fogelman‘s ensemble drama This Is Us, and the time-travel adventure Timeless. Check out the first trailers below.  Read More »

Bored to Death

It’s been a couple of years since we heard HBO was developing a Bored to Death movie, and we’ve heard next to nothing about it since. But you can rest assured Bored to Death creator Jonathan Ames hasn’t forgotten about it. He recently stated that a film still “could happen,” and offered an update on the script. Get the latest Bored to Death movie news after the jump. Read More »

Fargo Season 2 Trailer

Fargo is probably my favorite narrative television series currently still on the air. So I’m very excited for second season to arrive this October. Until now, FX has been releasing a series of fun but cryptic teaser trailers, but they have finally unleashed the first real trailer for Fargo’s second season. Watch the two and a half minute Fargo season 2 trailer embedded after the jump.

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Fargo Season 2 trailer

After setting the mood with a series of cryptic teasers, Fargo Season 2 has finally dropped its first real trailer. Patrick Wilson, Ted Danson, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Jean Smart, Jeffrey Donovan, and more show up to tease the new season, which promises the same delightful mix of chilly weather, jarring violence, dry humor, and Minnesota nice that made the first one such a hit.

Watch the Fargo Season 2 trailer after the jump.  Read More »

Patrick Wilson

In the first season of Fargo, Keith Carradine played Lou Solverson, the father of the season’s primary sheriff’s deputy character Molly Solverson. We know that Lou is among the lead characters of the show’s second season, and that Fargo S2 will look back on the guy’s life at the end of the ’70s as he returned to Minnesota from a tour in Vietnam. Now we know that he’ll be a great-looking dude, as the show has just added Patrick Wilson as Lou Solverson — the late ’70s version of Lou, that is. Along with Wilson, the cast has just recruited Ted Danson and Jean Smart, and we’ve got info on all their roles below.

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Fans of Bored to Death no longer have to feel sad and lonely. HBO is now officially developing a feature film based on the cult detective series that stars Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson and Zack Galifianakis. Show creator Jonathan Ames will write and produce the film, which is described as follows: “Jonathan, Ray, and George reunite to fight crime, commit crime, lose their minds, and fail-at-love in a Bored to Death feature-length slapstick adventure. To read more about the film, check out our previous coverage here. [THR]

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Today’s TV Bits is all great news if you like Garden State, or just mostly great news if you don’t. After the jump:

  • Oz and Willow will reunite on CBS’ How I Met Your Mother
  • Arrested Development adds Andy Richter and Conan O’Brien
  • Zach Braff develops the Garden State-esque Garage Bar for ABC
  • Steve Carell produces a sitcom for Daily Show‘s Jason Jones
  • Greg Daniels and Kevin from The Office team for ABC comedy
  • Ted Danson spills plot details on the Bored to Death movie
  • Check out photos of Mad Men‘s Don and Megan chilling in Hawaii
  • See a trailer for The Carrie Diaries, the CW’s Sex and the City prequel

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