TV News: Community, Parenthood, Alphas, Big Bang Theory
The entire cast of Community will return for the fourth season. Alison Brie (Annie) says that doing the show without its fired aspie creator will be different:
Dan Harmon was so instrumental in everything that went on with the show, and was the cause of most of the relentless innovation.
Parenthood producer Jason Katims talked to Entertainment Weekly about how happy he was with the storyline last season between Max and Amber:
There was the other really nice storyline with Amber and Max. I loved seeing those two characters together, where she helped him and at school he was being punished because he had gotten into a fight with his cousin. It was a really touching story where she helped figure out how to have Max apologize to Jabar for what he did. In doing so, Amber herself started to understand what some of the difficulties were with Max’s learning differences. There was also that really funny story where Adam was trying to dress in different clothes to look like somebody who he wasn’t. And it just gave this story — not only did it have this emotional impact, but it was also humorous. There was a lot going on.
Alphas begins its second season July 23, and autistic Gary may be starting it in an institution. Check out a preview here.
Sheldon's inability to get a haircut upsets his entire life on tonight's repeat of The Big Bang Theory.
Click here to see Kaley Cuoco (Penny) on the cover of Maxim Australia cover and watch video from the photo shoot.
Mayim Bialik says that she and her character Amy Farrah Fowler have a lot in common:
"I'm pretty similar to Amy," she added. "I'm definitely on the spectrum of socially awkward. I'm not as fashion-challenged as Amy, even in my normal life when I'm not dressed by a stylist! But I think a lot of her sweetness and her trying hard is something that's definitely part of me and I do draw on that a lot for her."