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  • LA Screenings' Pick-Up List

    Disney/ABC ABC Studios is selling a diverse slate of new hours as well as a trio of unique comedies. On the drama side, "Marvel's Agent Carter" and "The Whispers" may hold the most global appeal, but others have potential as well. "Agent Carter," the...
  • Upfronts 2014: Comedy Left Behind as Networks Turn to Drama, Reality

    Desperate times call for desperate scheduling. And in the case of network comedy, that means breaking with longstanding traditions in seeking to invigorate a signature TV genre that is struggling mightily to find its place in the DVR age. The upcoming...
  • ABC cancels 'The Neighbors,' 'Super Fun Night,' 'Suburgatory'

    Fourth-place network ABC continued to clean house Friday, canceling the comedies "Suburgatory," "Super Fun Night" and "The Neighbors."  When it was announced last year that Rebel Wilson would bring her edgy humor to ABC in "Super Fun Night," hopes...
  • ABC To Add New Marvel Series, Set 'Grey's,' 'Scandal' Earlier On Thursday

    ABC said it would add a new series based on characters from parent company Walt Disney's Marvel comics franchise to its lineup, while moving long running "Grey's Anatomy" to an earlier time slot on Thursday as part of its efforts to gain more traction...
  • There's room in TV comedy for a little sweetness, actors agree

    There's room in TV comedy for a little sweetness, actors agree
    The days of the mean-spirited celebrity roast have mostly come and gone, with the possible exception of Charlie Sheen's screen time. From sketch comedies to sitcoms, today's funnybone seems to have a gentler spirit. That's a topic the Envelope Emmy...
  • Wedding Lifts 'Modern Family'; 'Idol' Edges Out 'Survivor' in Reality Battle

    ABC's "Modern Family" was the top draw in key demos on Wednesday, the final night of the television season, hitting a six-month high with Mitch and Cam's wedding. Fox's "American Idol" edged out CBS' "Survivor" in the battle of reality show finales as the...
  • TV ratings: 'Idol' and 'Survivor' finales duel; 'Modern Family' wins

    TV ratings: 'Idol' and 'Survivor' finales duel; 'Modern Family' wins
    It was a ratings battle between aging reality shows Wednesday night as Fox's wannabe pop stars took on CBS' marooned survivors.  The season finales of Fox's "American Idol" and CBS' "Survivor" went head-to-head Wednesday, and though the singing...
  • 'Modern Family' Cast Talks Emotional Wedding Finale

    One of TV's most popular couples, "Modern Family's" Mitch and Cam, finally met at the altar and got married. To celebrate the two-part wedding finale (part one aired last Wednesday), the cast and creators attended a wedding extravaganza on the Fox lot...
  • What's it like playing a real person in a comedy?

    What's it like playing a real person in a comedy?
    They say art imitates life, or is it life imitates art? All we here at The Envelope know is that life can be pretty funny sometimes, and that can be comedy gold on television. In anticipation of the Emmys, The Envelope gathered some of comedy's elite...
  • At ABC, Thursday night is prime Shonda Rhimes time

    At ABC, Thursday night is prime Shonda Rhimes time
    — ABC is turning over its most valuable real estate to its proven hit-maker, Shonda Rhimes. This fall, three hour-long dramas created by Rhimes will run back-to-back-to-back on Thursday night: "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal" and her latest creation:...
  • 'The Normal Heart' still a powerful call to action

    'The Normal Heart' still a powerful call to action
    As the great Cynthia Ozick once observed, "In saying what is obvious, never choose cunning. Yelling works better." In the early 1980s several things were obvious to writer Larry Kramer. Gay men were literally dropping dead and neither the government nor...