Jay Pharoah, call your agent.
"All the Single Ladies" is being adapted as a single-camera comedy.
As Frank, a man with four divorces under his belt.
Plus, Natalia Vodianova covers Vogue Russia.
No such thing as too many sitcoms about BFF architects.
Not long after his Harold & Kumar co-star landed his own TV gig.
She'll play a military lawyer.
A Parks and Recreation crossover? Make it happen.
In the words of concurrent NYT and WSJ assessments.
In response to claims of copyright infringement from CBS.
After CBS passed.
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at CBS's slate of new series.
What happens when you only introduce a few new shows?