Watch: Clips from ‘The Maya Rudolph Show’
Airing tonight on NBC at 10
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Promo Clips for NBC’s New Thursday Night
Above is Michael J Fox’s new series ‘The Michael J. Fox Show’
‘Sean Saves the World' with Sean Hayes:
And ‘Welcome to the Family’:
THE NEW NORMAL
GUYS WITH KIDS
DO NO HARM
The teaser is scheduled to go up Thursday, for now Rian Johnson and Joseph Gordon Levitt talk briefly about the film with some short cuts edited in.
First Look: Four new clips from the PARKS AND REC premiere.
Above: Entertainment 720 Swag. Check out the official umbrella, breath mints and keychain!
Preview: Ron’s Tammy One Panic
Ron’s flight response kicks in when he learns Tammy One’s coming to Pawnee.
Preview: Tom’s Entertainment 720 Business Card
See why a black card with black font is the only way to go for Tom.
Preview: Leslie’s Big Dilemma
See why Leslie’s political career comes with some sexy complications.
Louis CK on The Tonight Show last night.
REMINDER: Season 2 of Louie premieres tonight on FX at 10:30 pm.
Muppet Show theme from Forgetting Sarah Marshall - why wasn’t this in one of ‘The Muppets’ teasers?
Airs June 7th at 8 pm on Bravo. It’s just the adults by the way - which is a shame considering Rico Rodriguez and Nolan Gould are series MVPs.
Above is Pan Am. The rest are below.
Last Man Standing
Once Upon A Time
Above is Up All Night. Starring Chirstina Applegate and Will Arnett as new parents and Maya Rudolph as Applegate’s boss and best friend. The clip is fast paced and manages to squeeze in some hilarity (from Arnett).
Immediately below is Whitney both from and starring Whitney Cummings, who plays one half of a “happily unmarried couple.” It’s a traditional sitcom (on NBC? I know, weird). Consider this your formal laugh track warning.
Next is Free Agents, a work place on camera from John Embom (Party Down). Hank Azaria, Kathryn Hahn, Joe Lo Truglio, Natasha Leggero, and Anthony Head star. A lot of talent is coming to NBC comedy, but can’t say this one is screechingly funny.
That does it for the new fall shows. Onto midseasoners. Best Friends Forever is single camera about a best friend moving in with her best friend but the latter already lives with her boyfriend. To quote NBC’s caption “Aw kw ard!” [Happy Endings’ Adam Pally is in the clip so chances are this will be recast and reshot.] Also not funny.
Amanda Peet is back in Bent where she leads as a suburban type A new to the neighborhood. The genius Dave Walton (Perfect Couples) is her love/hate contractor. Again lots of talent, not many laughs in the clip but I’ll tune in for Walton.
Which brings us to Are You There Vodka? It’s Me Chelsea. A multicam based on the life of Chelsea Handler, it stars Laura Prepon as the title character and Handler herself as her uppity Christian sister. It’s downright mean and therefore hilarious. (Laugh track warning.)
Most promising: Up All Night and Are You There Vodka. Most likely to get canceled: BFFs.
Above is The Playboy Club. Set in the early 60s in Chicago this period piece stars Eddie Cibrian with narration from Hugh Hefner. It’s Mad Men but sexier!
Next we have Prime Suspect. A remake of the British series starring Helen Mirren, it features Maria Bello as a NY homicide detective in a man’s world. It’s a remake!
Moving along we have Grimm. A crime procedural where fairy tales become real, set up to fail on Fridays. It’s like Fringe but less science-y.
Then there’s midseason. Up next is Smash starring Debra Messing and Katherine McPhee. It’s a musical about making a Broadway musical. In the clip Katherine McPhee sings Christina Aguilera’s “Beautiful”. It’s like Glee but with grown ups.
Which finally brings us to Awake. Featuring Jason Isaacs and Cherry Jones. Isaacs is a detective living two realities, one of which is a dream. Like Inception but less confusing. [Editors note: I’m highly intrigued about this one].