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NBC Cancels ‘Undateable,’ ‘Telenovela,’ and ‘Crowded’

The cancellation spree at the major networks isn't over yet. According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC has given the axe to Eva Longoria's freshman comedy Telenovela as well as Bill Lawrence's Undateable, which wrapped up its third season back [...]

By Megh Wright

The Confidence and Insecurity of Standup with Brent Morin

If you don't know who Brent Morin is, that's OK. He knows where he stands. While discussing the issue of audience members filming sets before they're fully formed, the comedian and Undateable star said, “This is part of the reason I called the [...]

By Isaac Kozell

Going Live with ‘Undateable’s Chris D’Elia

Since 2014, comedian and actor Chris D’Elia has starred as the relationship-resistant Danny on NBC’s Undateable, a multicam sitcom about a group of friends in Detroit navigating the ups and downs of dating and friendship. After airing a special [...]

By Nick Riccardo

‘Undateable’ Is the Most Compelling Live Comedy on TV

It’s no secret that NBC has been expanding on their slate of live television programs in an attempt to draw more viewers into, well, live viewing. Under this initiative, the network has found modest success in capturing the zeitgeist with [...]

By Nick Riccardo

NBC Renews ‘Undateable’ for a Second Season

NBC's new summer comedy Undateable is coming back for another season. Executive producer Bill Lawrence tweeted the news out last night that he's "overexcited" to start work on the second season of the show, which stars Chris D'Elia, Briga [...]

By Megh Wright

Ron Funches on Fighting His ‘Adorable’ Image

Sure, Ron Funches is an undeniably likable comedy teddy bear. But don’t get it twisted. “Oh, I’m sweet and nice. But don’t fuck with me.” Funches is having a great summer as his name is taking small strides toward household status, with his [...]

By Isaac Kozell

Bill Lawrence Sells a Show to NBC and a Show to TBS

Scrubs and Cougar Town creator Bill Lawrence sold two shows to different networks today. The first is Ground Floor, a workplace rom-com for TBS that he co-created with Greg Malins (How I Met Your Mother). The show stars Skylar Astin (Pitch [...]

By Bradford Evans