Articles for Are You There, Chelsea? Season 1

NBC has released its mid-season lineup, and much like the network itself, it‘s a total mess. Shows are moving, getting delayed, starting and stopping, and fans will most likely have a hard time trying to find what they‘re looking for.  Read more »
Belated happy holidays, everyone -- and here‘s one more gift for you kids out there: casting news! Depends, really, if you‘re excited about these people or not. Anyway, let‘s begin: Read more »
If you‘re a fan of Chelsea Handler and have wondered how her life would look like as a sitcom... well, here it is. Read more »
Tonight‘s the premiere of NBC‘s newest comedy, Are You There, Chelsea? Yep, it‘s the one featuring That 70s Show‘s Laura Prepon, the one based on Chelsea Handler‘s book -- and yes, the show that used to have the word "vodka" on the title. So where did it go? Read more »
Super Bowl XLVI puts the New York Giants against the New England Patriots, and while many fans are excited about the match-up, I‘m proud to admit that I‘m one of those people who watches the Super Bowl for the commercials. Oh sure, I‘m mildly interested in the actual football game, but that‘s just because, if the Giants lose, my brother will cry.  Read more »
Six seasons and a movie? Not quite, not yet. But at least we now have a return date for NBC‘s long-missing comedy, Community. The network has announced the dates for several returns and premieres, as well as some major scheduling changes to take place over the spring. Keep reading for the details. Read more »
After renewing many of its shows, NBC has finally gotten around to canceling some. The network has officially axed freshman drama Awake as well as three of its first-season sitcoms Are You There, Chelsea?, Bent and BFF. Also dead is the Kathy Bates, Emmy-winning drama Harry‘s Law. Read more »
From the executive producers of House comes yet another medical drama that focuses on the brain and how a world-famous neurologist will try to deal with its mysteries through challenging patients and bizarre cases.   Read more »