'Til Death isn't ending its marriage with Fox just yet. The sitcom's future has been in question for a few months now, but Fox made a surprise move late last week to give the show an order for a 22-episode fourth season, says Variety.
As the old saying goes, 'til death do us part. Or at least until your ratings are low enough.
Fox is parting ways with its comedy 'Til Death for the time being, taking it off the schedule in favor of something that people will watch.
Fox has put its Death on hold.
The network's comedy 'Til Death, which is already on a one-week production hiatus after faring poorly since it's debut September 7, will stay off the air an additional week. Star Brad Garrett is unhappy with the show's scripts, according to Ther Hollywood Reporter.
'Til Death premiered with a 6.5 rating/11 share and 8.64 million viewers--last week the show was down to 5 million viewers. Thursdays are more competitive than usual this season, with Ugly Betty, Survivor, and My Name Is Earl vying for the 8 p.m. slot.
Fox also decided they will give low-rated but well-reviewed Jerry Bruckheimer show Justice a little longer to find an audience. The network has ordered three more scripts for the show, which stars Victor Garber as a smooth lawyer.
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A headstrong female defense attorney, Supreme Court clerks, and hospital nurses are at the center of three one-hour pilots that have been given the green light by Fox.
Canterbury's Law revolves around a lawyer who pushes the boundaries of the law to protect innocent clients.
Supreme Courtships is a comedic drama about the personal and professional lives of six Supreme Court clerks and their supervisors.
The untitled nurses project, also with comedic undertones, follows the lives and loves of a team of nurses in a big-city hospital.
The networks have announced their plans for this year's fall schedule, and it's shaping up to be a doozy! Not only are we waiting for scores of new shows to debut, but we're also looking forward to the birth of a brand new network. In addition to exciting premieres like Ugly Betty and Jericho, we'll be glad to welcome old favorites like 7th Heaven and Law & Order back to our living rooms. So grab a pen and calendar, draw up a loose outline of your viewing future, and then go shopping for enough canned goods to last you through the fall--because you won't want to leave your TV for a moment!
The Class (CBS, premieres September 18)
Prison Break (Fox, second season premieres August 21)
Deal or No Deal (NBC ...
The guest stars are coming out! NBC's Heroes has scooped up one of television's big up-and-comers, the upcoming Kings has revived a former child actor for a multi-episode arc, and Fox's 'Til Death has tapped Broadway for one of its best. Who are we talking about? Read on to find out!
Fox has finally filled in one of the missing puzzle pieces for television's revamped post-strike programming schedule, but instead of relying heavily on returning shows like other networks, Fox has several midseason programs to show off for the first time.
But first, the news many have been waiting for: House will return with new episodes beginning April 28. The hospital drama, which bounced around the schedule during the strike, will take over Mondays at 9 p.m. with a repeat on April 21 before moving to brand-new episodes on April 28. As with all its returning shows, Fox did not specify how many new episodes it has ordered.
Fox's half-hour comedies won't be out of the production gates quite as quickly as other networks ...Read more
At this rate, the entire world will have superpowers in the Heroes universe. The NBC sci-fi hit has added another cast member to its ever-expanding roster, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jessica Collins will have a recurring role as Sophie, an employee at an agency that is tracking the "ordinary people with extraordinary abilities." She won't just be a pencil pusher, though; Sophie will have powers as well.
Collins' recent work includes the hyped-yet-failed serial The Nine, in which she played Lizzie Miller, and a guest spot on CSI: Las Vegas.
John Cho will show his range by going from pot-smoking college student (Harold from Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle) to private-school principal. Fox has booked the actor to play the latter role in 'Til Death, where he will serve as a rival to Jeff Woodcock (played ...Read more