Articles for Hot in Cleveland Season 3

More stars are getting cast for more shows. Some of them are new, others are returning, and one of them is leaving for good. Read on to find out who we‘re talking about:  Read more »
TV is kicking off the year with a bang through big casting headlines involving Liza Minnelli, Kim Kardashian and Megan Mullaly. Read on to find out more. Read more »
If you tuned out at one point during the 2012 People‘s Choice Awards, well, I can‘t blame you. This year‘s proceedings were the usual mix of awkwardly scripted spiels, product placement and winners you could see from a mile off. Well, almost.There were a bunch of pleasant surprises in tonight‘s two-hour ceremony, hosted by The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco. Now, me doing a roll call of said surprises.See this year‘s People‘s Choice nominees Read more »
Casting bits, anyone? I thought so. Tonight, we have a Gossip Girl returnee, a CIA agent-turned-missionary, and a Marc Cherry cameo. But first, live from New York... it‘s Saturday night! Tomorrow. Read more »
Today the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation and the NAACP both announced their annual awards nominations. While there are several gay and African-American characters on TV, these awards usually highlight the lack of diversity by picking out such obscure nominees. The effect only emphasizes how few roles for African-Americans there really are on mainstream television.  Read more »
There‘s quite a lot of casting news tonight, so let‘s get on with it. We‘re talking about a couple guys coming to True Blood, three musicians on Hot in Cleveland, and more!Summer comes to Seattle Grace: Grey‘s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes made a Twitter announcement saying Summer Glau will be appearing in an upcoming episode. TV Line reports that there aren‘t any details about her character yet, so we‘ll just wait and see.  Read more »
This year‘s Screen Actors Guild Awards almost felt like last year‘s ceremony, where the same people won the same awards (more or less), but there were a few pleasant surprises in tonight‘s proceedings.But first, to the (in some cases, disappointing) non-surprises: HBO‘s Boardwalk Empire won both Best Ensemble in a Drama Series and Best Male Actor in a Drama Series (for Steve Buscemi), the same awards the show won last year. Betty White won her second SAG Award in  a row for her role in the comedy Hot in Cleveland, while Alec Baldwin won his sixth straight SAG Award (yes) for 30 Rock. Unfortunately, that meant a shut-out for Steve Carell, who was nominated for his final season in The Office.View all the nominees for this year‘s SAG Awards Read more »
Like TV shows, there are some spin-offs that work and there are some that just don‘t. We won‘t know for sure until we watch them, really. So here are four spin-offs to watch out for, because they‘re in the works whether you like it or not.  Read more »
Big names are about to grace TV‘s comedy circuit beginning this Wednesday. But there are also more faces to look forward to in the coming months, including an Oscar winning actress. Read on to find out more. Read more »
This year‘s Screen Actors Guild Award nominations are a very mixed bag for television. The comedy side is full of stale, aging shows like 30 Rock and The Office while completely ignoring fresh, newer faces like New Girl or Parks and Recreation. For dramas, however, there were some big surprises, none more shocking than the nomination for Patrick J. Adams from USA‘s Suits.  Read more »
Get your keyboards and "Follow" buttons ready -- Betty White has invaded Twitter!File this under "Things that are totally over but we‘re going to talk about them anyway because that‘s the nature of Internet journalism" if you want to. But it‘s Betty White. And therefore it‘s news. You might as well enjoy this ride on the bandwagon. Read more »