Articles for The Michael J. Fox Show Season 1

NBC has been having a tough time with its comedy programming. It lost two of the anchors to its once-dominating Thursday comedy block this year as 30 Rock and The Office said their final goodbyes. This year, NBC attempted to look for broader, less niche comedy and once again fell flat on its proverbial face. The shows that were supposed to herald a new direction for the network‘s comedies, like the once-promising Matthew Perry vehicle Go On and The New Normal, ended up cancelled. Parks and Recreations is still plugging along, but while Community was renewed it hasn‘t even found a permanent place on the schedule NBC recently released. Read more »
NBC is the first network to officially announce its schedule for the 2013-2014 TV season, and it involves a lot of changes. Revolution is moving to Wednesdays, Chicago Fire is moving to Tuesdays and Parenthood is moving to Thursdays.  Read more »
The third annual Critics‘ Choice TV Awards were held Monday night, with the Broadcast Television Journalists Association honoring everything from dramas and comedies to talk shows and reality TV. Read more »
NBC is the second network to schedule its fall premiere dates, and following in the footsteps of CBS, the week of September 23 will be very, VERY busy for TV fans.  Read more »
Television shows are fleshing out their game plan for the fall, which means more characters are being added (or returning) and guest starts booked. Check out who‘s coming to Once Upon A Time, Hawaii Five-O, Michael J. Fox Show, Law & Order: SVU, The Vampire Diaries and Parenthood. Read more »
The Michael J. Fox show is about a man living with Parkinson‘s who comes out of retirement to return to his job as a newsman. But though he lives with a condition, the series promises to focus more on the wackiness of his family and work life. At the Television Critics Association Press Day (TCA) the cast and creators spoke about what viewers can expect from the show when it premieres this fall.  Read more »
There aren‘t many actors who are worthy of the title "living legend," but Michael J. Fox is one of them. He‘s been a working actor for nearly 40 years, he‘s won five Emmy Awards and now he‘s starring in yet another brilliant comedy, The Michael J. Fox Show, premiering at 9pm on NBC with a special one-hour launch before settling in at 9:30pm starting next week.  Read more »
Thursday was a big night for TV with the premieres of two acclaimed new comedies starring Robin Williams and Michael J. Fox and the season premieres for seven returning shows. And CBS, to no one‘s surprise, emerged as the winner.  Read more »
Titus Welliver is returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe when he reprises his role in Agents of SHIELD. And Jordin Sparks is set to guest star on CSI this fall. Read on for all the details, including casting news for Dallas, Ironside, The Vampire Diaries, Castle, The Goldbergs, The Mindy Project, Grimm, The Michael J. Fox Show and Switched at Birth. Read more »
The nominations have been announced for the 2014 People‘s Choice Awards.Glee leads the pack with eight nominations, including Favorite Network TV Comedy and nods for Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Jane Lynch and Lea Michele. Both The Big Bang Theory and Grey‘s Anatomy come in second with five nominations each, and How I Met Your Mother, Supernatural, Castle, The Walking Dead and Vampire Diaries all have four. Read more »
One day after the SAG Award nominations, the Golden Globe nominations were revealed Thursday morning for the 71st annual ceremony. As always, on the television side the Golden Globes embraced a wide variety of new programs, including Netflix originals, a British clone drama, two Showtime dramas, James Spacer and most surprisingly, FOX‘s Brooklyn Nine-Nine.  Read more »
There‘s both good and bad news regarding Michael J. Fox today. First, let‘s get the bad news out of the way: NBC has pulled The Michael J. Fox Show from its Thursday night schedule, effective immediately. Read more »

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