Bill Hader, Anna Faris, James Caan, Andy Samberg, NPH, Benjamin Bratt, and Will Forte will return, joined by Terry Crews and Kristen Schaal.
Some of Community’s Cast Weighs in on Dan Harmon’s Ousting | THR
Murphy says pretty much everyone. He’s left the door open for all who want to remain to remain, but says that doesn’t mean they’ll all be doing 22 episodes.
Regardless, the show is going to look very different next year.
Josh Gad, Andrew Rannells, Nikki M. James, Rory O’Malley, Michael Potts, Lewis Cleale, and Brian Tyree Henry will all remain in the show for another year.
This complicates things for Rannells who was just cast in Ryan Murphy and NBC’s gay-dads pilot.
This is what the cast of Arrested Development looks like in 2011. What will they look like when they begin shooting new episodes in summer 2012?
Something to think about as you watch video of Mitchell Hurwitz describing the gameplan.
Word is their comeback is possible at Showtime, where their current president is David Nevins, former president of Imagine TV and executive producer on…take a deep breath now…Arrested Development.
Oh, so that explains how they assembled the cover. Also, Ruffalo needs to tone down the Zoolander.
In honor of JTT turning 30 today, here’s a recent photo of the reunited ‘Home Improvement’ cast.
(via Warming Glow)
First Photo: American [Pie] Reunion | People
- Donald Sutherland
- Isaiah Mustafa
- Wendell Pierce
- Julie Bowen
- Ron White
- Bob Newhart
- Steve Wiebe
- John Francis Daley
- Jennifer Aniston
- Colin Farrell
SNL Cast Screen Time in Pie Chart Form
We’re in for some big changes in the next few years as most of the people on the left side start to leave.
Lorne Michaels confirmed today that no cast members will leave SNL this season, according to TV critic Roger Catlin. Michaels was present at the Television Critics Association press tour promoting his new series Up All Night as well as 30 Rock, when he revealed the news. Michaels did add that he would still hold auditions in August for possible additions to the cast.