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‘Mad About You’: Production On Revival Continues As Helen Hunt Recovers From Car Accident

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‘Mad About You’: Production On Revival Continues As Helen Hunt Recovers From Car Accident
Mad About You star Helen Hunt is home resting today after a serious car accident. She currently stars opposite Paul Reiser in a limited series revival of the popular 1990s NBC comedy for Spectrum Originals. Production on the show, which is pre-shooting today, continues as scheduled. It is unclear yet whether Hunt will be able to return to work tomorrow. The series, from Sony Pictures TV, is currently in production on Episode 7 of its 12-episode order.

The release of Mad About You will not be impacted. The first six episodes, which have been completed, are set to debut November 20, and the final six will be put out on Wednesday, December 18.

Hunt was rushed to the hospital yesterday after the SUV in which she was riding flipped over during a violent crash in Los Angeles, according to a TMZ report. She was released a few hours later.

The new installment of
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‘Big Mouth’: The 1st 21 Netflix episodes ranked worst to best, including ‘The Planned Parenthood Show,’ ‘My Furry Valentine’

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‘Big Mouth’: The 1st 21 Netflix episodes ranked worst to best, including ‘The Planned Parenthood Show,’ ‘My Furry Valentine’
All right my dudes and lady dudes, stop quoting Guy Bilzerian’s law commercials because “Big Mouth” has now returned for its third season! To celebrate this great occasion, along with Netflix’s decision to renew the show through season six, we’re taking a look back at the show’s greatest episodes from the first two seasons and ranking all 21 of them from worst to best.

The show centers on a group of pre-teens who are being clobbered on all sides by puberty on both a physical level and an emotional one. The two main characters are Nick Birch (Nick Kroll) and Andrew Glouberman (John Mulaney), who are best friends but at different stages of puberty. It’s not kicking in for Nick, who still hasn’t even had a growth spurt, while it’s hit Andrew like a freight train. The effects of this include an early mustache and his own hormone monster,
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‘Big Mouth’: All 21 episodes from 1st seasons ranked worst to best

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‘Big Mouth’: All 21 episodes from 1st seasons ranked worst to best
All right my dudes and lady dudes, stop quoting Guy Bilzerian’s law commercials because “Big Mouth” has now returned for its third season! To celebrate this great occasion, along with Netflix’s decision to renew the show through season six, we’re taking a look back at the show’s greatest episodes from the first two seasons and ranking all 21 of them from worst to best.

The show centers on a group of pre-teens who are being clobbered on all sides by puberty on both a physical level and an emotional one. The two main characters are Nick Birch (Nick Kroll) and Andrew Glouberman (John Mulaney), who are best friends but at different stages of puberty. It’s not kicking in for Nick, who still hasn’t even had a growth spurt, while it’s hit Andrew like a freight train. The effects of this include an early mustache and his own hormone monster,
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America's Funniest Home Videos: Cancelled or Season 31?

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Could this show last another decade or three? Has the America's Funniest Home Videos TV show been cancelled or renewed for a 31st season on ABC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of America's Funniest Home Videos, season 31. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

Executive produced by Vin Di Bona and Michele Nasraway, America’s Funniest Home Videos is the ABC television network‘s longest-running primetime entertainment show. Previous hosts include Tom Bergeron, D.L. Hughley, and Richard Kind, John Fugelsang and Daisy Fuentes, and the original host, Bob Saget. Regular people submit amateur videos featuring their boo-boos and blunders to the competition, in hopes the studio audience will award them cash and other prizes. Read More…
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America's Funniest Home Videos: Season 30 Ratings

Despite declining ratings, it's clear that America's Funniest Home Videos isn't going to be cancelled anytime soon. ABC has already renewed the venerable series for a 31st season which will air as part of the 2020-21 season. Could that be the end? Stay tuned.

Executive produced by Vin Di Bona and Michele Nasraway, America’s Funniest Home Videos is the ABC television network‘s longest-running primetime entertainment show. Previous hosts include Tom Bergeron, D.L. Hughley, and Richard Kind, John Fugelsang and Daisy Fuentes, and the original host, Bob Saget. Regular people submit amateur videos featuring their boo-boos and blunders to the competition, in hopes the studio audience will award them cash and other prizes. Read More…
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America's Funniest Home Videos: Season 30 Viewer Votes

Will the funniest clips win the cash in the 30th season of the America's Funniest Home Videos TV show on ABC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like America's Funniest Home Videos is cancelled or renewed for season 31. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we invite you to rate all of the 30th season episodes of America's Funniest Home Videos here.

Executive produced by Vin Di Bona and Michele Nasraway, America’s Funniest Home Videos is the ABC television network‘s longest-running primetime entertainment show. Previous hosts include Tom Bergeron, D.L. Hughley, and Richard Kind, John Fugelsang and Daisy Fuentes, and the original host, Bob Saget. Regular people submit amateur videos featuring their boo-boos and blunders to the competition, in hopes
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Transparent Finale Recap: Did the Pfeffermans Leave on a High Note?

Transparent Finale Recap: Did the Pfeffermans Leave on a High Note?
The Transparent clan said goodbye to their “moppa” in the series finale wrap-up movie and said hello to a new chapter of their lives — in song!

Yes, the “Transparent Musicale Finale,” as it’s officially titled, sees the Pfefferman family break into song as they mourn the sudden death of transgender matriarch Maura — played by fired star Jeffrey Tambor. The finale addresses the elephant in the room right away, opening with Maura’s friend Davina discovering Maura’s dead body (we never actually see Maura in the flesh) and informing her ex-wife Shelly and kids Sarah, Josh and Ali. Actually,
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The Party Report: Emmy Parties 2019 Bring Out the Stars

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The Party Report: Emmy Parties 2019 Bring Out the Stars
From sensational soirees to sweet swag sessions, the party road to the 2019 Emmy Awards was a swirl of stars, especially as the week poured into Sunday’s big show. It was tough to be everywhere, but many of television’s top names certainly tried. We think some of them changed clothes in the limo!

Fetes Leading Up to the Big Night

Los Angeles Confidential and Linda Cardellini celebrate the Emmys (Photo credit: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Women in Hollywood took center stage at the first few celebrations, from the Los Angeles Confidential bash honoring Linda Cardellini, whose “Dead to Me” turn sent shivers up the world’s spine, to the Australians in Film State of Escape Creative Creatures luncheon at Gwen that celebrated Aussie female movers and shakers, including “Big Little Lies” producer Bruna Papandrea and costume designer Alix Friedberg as well as the afternoon’s main honoree, up-and-coming writer
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Spotify’s Gimlet Podcasting Arm Sets Fall Fiction Slate, Led By ‘Motherhacker’

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The fall slate of new and returning fiction podcasts has been released by Gimlet, led by cyber-thriller Motherhacker, in which a single mother (Carrie Coon) journeys through the dark web.

Starting in October, Gimlet will be releasing one fiction series a month through the end of the year, including its first scripted renewals since Homecoming season 2. Streamer Spotify bought Gimlet Media and fellow podcasting company Anchor earlier this year for a reported $340 million. The newly announced slate reflects a ramping up of the production pace.

Besides Motherhacker, Gimlet will also unveil The Horror of Dolores Roach for a second season, wherein listeners can hear the latest from Roach (Daphne Rubin-Vega) and her life underground. Also back is The Two Princes, with an update on Prince Rupert and Prince Amir’s love story and the adventures they find along the way.

Gimlet’s executive producer for scripted fiction is Mimi O’Donnell.
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‘Mad About You’ Team Talks Revival: ‘We’re Not Strictly Being Held to that Finale’

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‘Mad About You’ Team Talks Revival: ‘We’re Not Strictly Being Held to that Finale’
Will & Grace,” “Roseanne,” “Murphy Brown” and now “Mad About You.” The list of multicamera revivals is only continuing to grow, although unlike the first three on this list, “Mad About You’s” return will be for Spectrum, rather than its original home, NBC.

But the network is one of few things that has changed. The series reunites original stars Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser as Jamie and Paul Buchman, respectively, a married couple living in New York City. Original series regulars such as Anne Ramsay, Richard Kind and Jerry Adler will also appear in the new batch of 12 episodes. The production team painstakingly recreated the Buchmans’ apartment, and the key to the storytelling will be the relationship tension, according to Hunt.

“We wanted it to be the things that it always was, which was funny, No. 1; about something we give a s— about; and that it had that tension
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Mad About You revival gets an announcement teaser trailer

Spectrum Originals has released a date announcement teaser for Mad About You which reveals that the revival of Emmy Award-winning 90s NBC sitcom is set to premiere on November 20th; watch it here…

The new series will see Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt will reprising their roles as Paul and Jamie Buchman, as well as original series stars John Pankow (Ira Buchman) and Richard Kind (Dr. Mark Devanow). Meanwhile Black Mirror’s Abby Quinn takes on the role of the Buchmans’ now grown-up daughter Mabel, who leaves her parents having to adjust to their new life as empty-nesters after heading off to college.

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Mad About You Revival: Two More Vets Return — Plus One Who Won't

Mad About You Revival: Two More Vets Return — Plus One Who Won't
Hail, hail the Mad About You gang’s (almost) all here for the revival.

Anne Ramsey is set to rejoin the cast for the forthcoming Spectrum revival; she played Lisa, the older sister to Helen Hunt’s Jamie, in the original series. Additionally, fellow franchise vet Jerry Adler — aka building super Mr. Wicker — will guest-star in the premiere.

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As previously reported, the 12-episode revival will air
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Mad About You Revival: Spectrum Sets Premiere Date(s) — Watch Teaser

Mad About You Revival: Spectrum Sets Premiere Date(s) — Watch Teaser
The Buchmans are being split up!

Spectrum on Thursday announced that its 12-episode Mad About You revival will air in two equal parts, with the first six episodes bowing Wednesday, Nov. 20. The final six episodes, meanwhile, will drop on Wednesday, Dec. 18.

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Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt are set to reprise their signature roles as Paul and Jamie Buchman in the “limited event series,” which finds
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‘Mad About You’: Spectrum Originals Sets Premiere Date For Revival Series

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‘Mad About You’: Spectrum Originals Sets Premiere Date For Revival Series
Spectrum Originals has set Wednesday, November 20 for the premiere of Mad About You, the long-in-the-works revival series starring Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt in a reprisal of their original roles. The first six episodes of the Sony Pictures TV-produced limited series will drop November 20, and the final six episodes will be released on Wednesday, December 18.

The new installment is set twenty years after the original series’ seven-season run ended on NBC in 1999. The revival series will explore the fertile ground of modern marriage through the eyes of the Buchmans (Reiser and Hunt) as newly minted empty-nesters after dropping their unpredictable, hard-to-control daughter Mabel (Abby Quinn) off at college. Original cast members John Pankow and Richard Kind return to reprise their roles as Ira Buchman and Dr. Mark Devanow, respectively.

The original sitcom ran for seven seasons from 1992-1999 and won multiple Emmy and Golden Globe awards. All 164 original episodes are
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Mad About You: John Pankow, Richard Kind and Kecia Lewis Join Revival Series

Some new and familiar faces are coming to Mad About You. Deadline reports Richard Kind, John Pankow, and Kecia Lewis have joined the Spectrum Originals TV show revival.

Pankow and Kind played Ira Buchman and Dr. Mark Devanow, respectively, on the original NBC sitcom, which ran from 1992 to 1999. The series also starred Helen Hunt, Paul Reiser, and Anne Ramsay.

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‘Mad About You’: Kecia Lewis To Recur In Revival Limited Series For Spectrum Originals

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‘Mad About You’: Kecia Lewis To Recur In Revival Limited Series For Spectrum Originals
Exclusive: Kecia Lewis is set for a recurring role in Mad About You, the upcoming limited event series for Spectrum Originals starring Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser, a follow-up to the popular 1990s NBC comedy series from Sony Pictures TV. Production begins Tuesday and premiere is slated for the upcoming holiday season on Spectrum Originals.

Lewis will play Tonya Franklin-Devanow, the wife of Mark Devanow (Richard Kind).

In its return, Mad About You will explore the modern marriage through the eyes of the Buchmans (Reiser and Hunt) as newly minted empty-nesters after dropping their unpredictable, hard-to-control daughter Mabel (Abby Quinn) off at college.

Mad About You aired on NBC from 1992-99 and won multiple Emmys.

The Mad About You revival is produced by Sony Pictures Television in association with Comedy Dynamics. Peter Tolan serves as showrunner, executive producer and writer. Hunt and Reiser executive produce alongside Brian Volk-Weiss, Michael Pelmont and Matthew Ochacher.
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'Mad About You' Revival Welcomes Back John Pankow, Richard Kind

'Mad About You' Revival Welcomes Back John Pankow, Richard Kind
The Mad About You revival is bringing two more of its original cast members into the fold.

John Pankow and Richard Kind will reprise their roles from the 1990s NBC comedy in Spectrum's revival. The limited-run series is set to premiere during the holiday season.

The two actors join original series stars Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt in the new episodes, along with Abby Quinn (Little Women), who plays their now college-age daughter, Mabel. Production on the new episodes, from Sony Pictures TV in association with Comedy Dynamics, is scheduled to begin Sept. 3.

Pankow first appeared midway through the show's ...
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TVLine Items: Mad About You Adds Vets, Drunk History Renewed and More

TVLine Items: Mad About You Adds Vets, Drunk History Renewed and More
The Mad About You revival is welcoming back two familiar faces: Original cast members Richard Kind and John Pankow will reprise their roles for Spectrum Originals’ upcoming follow-up.

The series explores “the fertile ground of modern marriage through the eyes of the Buchmans as newly minted empty-nesters after dropping their daughter Mabel (Abby Quinn) off at college,” per the official synopsis. Pankow will once again play Ira Buchman, the cousin of Paul Reiser’s character, while Kind portrays Dr. Mark Devanow.

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‘Mad About You’: John Pankow & Richard Kind To Reprise Roles In Revival Limited Series For Spectrum Originals

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‘Mad About You’: John Pankow & Richard Kind To Reprise Roles In Revival Limited Series For Spectrum Originals
Original Mad About You cast members John Pankow and Richard Kind will be reprising their roles in the upcoming limited series for Spectrum Originals.

Pankow and Kind will co-star in the follow-up to the popular 1990s NBC comedy series, opposite returning leads Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser and new cast addition Abby Quinn. The pair will reprise their respective series-regular roles from the original as Paul’s (Reiser) cousin, Ira Buchman, and Dr. Mark Devanow.

In its return, Mad About You will explore the modern marriage through the eyes of the Buchmans (Reiser and Hunt) as newly minted empty-nesters after dropping off their unpredictable, hard-to-control daughter Mabel (Quinn) at college.

Production starts Sept.ember 3 on the series, which is set to premiere this holiday season on Spectrum Originals.

Mad About You aired on NBC from 1992-99 and won multiple Emmys. All 164 original episodes are available free on-demand, exclusively for Spectrum subscribers.
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Richard Kind in First Trailer for 'Auggie' Film About an Ar Companion

"You have a new perspective." Samuel Goldwyn Films has debuted an official trailer for an odd indie film titled Auggie, the feature directorial debut of English actor / filmmaker Matt Kane. This premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival this year, and also played at the Newport Beach, Greenwich, and Provincetown Film Festivals. From the looks of it, this seems like another kooky film much like Lars and the Real Girl about a man who falls in love with a fake woman. In Auggie, Richard Kind plays Felix Greystone, who is forced into early retirement and falls in love with an augmented reality companion, damaging his relationship with his wife and daughter. The cast includes Christen Harper as Auggie, plus Larisa Oleynik, Christine Donlon, Susan Blackwell, Steven M. Robertson, and James C. Victor. This seems way more sad and depressing than expected, but it's supposed to be a cautionary tale about technology and our addiction to it.
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