Articles for Raising Hope Season 2

The 2010-2011 season was not a good one for comedies. While most of last year‘s offerings died a well-deserved death, a small minority delivered enough laughs to carry them through for another year.Raising Hope, about to begin its second season on FOX, is arguably the best of these survivors. Read more »
Zooey Deschanel is officially a star. The Tuesday night ratings are in and her new comedy, New Girl, earned over 10 million viewers, beating its high-profile lead-in, Glee. The show‘s ratings are an amazingly strong start to a show that critics have been raving about.In fact, despite the fact that New Girl was beaten in total viewers by Dancing with the Stars and NCIS: Los Angeles, it was the highest-rated show of the night in the key 18-49 demographic.  Read more »
There are few things funnier than adorable people acting in insane ways. After all, they‘re crazy, but you still love them! On Tuesday nights this fall, FOX has managed to schedule not one but two shows that successfully combine the ingredients of adorableness and insanity in such a way that we just can‘t stop laughing. Although very different shows at first glance, Tuesday night‘s New Girl and Raising Hope share in the hilarity-inducing traits of being both adorable and insane.  Read more »
The dysfunctional Chance family is back for a second season of Raising Hope that will surely be as off-the-wall as the first. Baby Hope is getting bigger by the day, which means new parenting woes for Jimmy (Lucas Neff) and grandparents Virginia(Martha Plimpton) and Burt(Garret Dillahunt). Plus there‘s the little matter of Jimmy‘s unresolved feelings for co-worker and friend Sabrina. Will this finally be the year she dumps her boyfriend and notices Jimmy?Beware, Raising Hope spoilers ahead! This is your last chance to turn back!  Read more »
FOX is coming back in January with a big mid-season lineup that includes the returns of American Idol and Breaking In as well as new shows like J.J. Abrams‘ Alcatraz, an animated Napoleon Dynamite, the Bones spin-off The Finder and Kiefer Sutherland‘s return to TV in Touch.  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 »
Glee is going on Spring Break soon and it will be gone for seven whole weeks. FOX announced its spring plans for Tuesday nights, and they include taking Glee off the air following its February 21 episode. New episodes will return to the schedule starting April 10.The show will be replace with a two-hour comedy block Tuesday nights starting March 6. Raising Hope will move to 8pm, I Hate My Teenage Daughter returns at 8:30pm, New Girl will stay at 9pm and season 2 of the Christian Slater comedy Breaking In (now with Megan Mullally) premieres at 9:30pm.  Read more »
Casting bits, anyone? Yeah, I thought so, too. Tonight, a gleek and a Stoolbend regular heads to politics, and skitters prepare to be told to be not told what they can‘t do. (I know. I can word that much better.) But first, some stability in a singing show: Read more »
May is just around the corner, and with it comes the end of many TV shows. Today FOX has released its season and series finale dates, including the end of House, an early finale for Raising Hope and a new time for the Glee season 3 finale.  Read more »
FOX will be keeping its Tuesday night lineup for another year. Today the network officially renewed Glee, New Girl and Raising Hope for next season. The trio of shows follows the network‘s earlier decisions to pick up most of its Sunday animation block and the hit drama Bones.  Read more »
FOX is keeping its schedule mostly similar for next season, but one big show is making a big move. Glee will move to Thursdays at 9pm starting this fall, taking the coveted post-X Factor time slot.  Read more »
When award nominations go out, Community gets ignored. That‘s how it works, right? Apparently that‘s not precisely true anymore -- Community leads all shows in the Critics‘ Choice Television Award nominations with a total of six nominations. Check out all the nominees here! Read more »