Articles for The Millers Season 1

CBS has big plans for comedy in the 2013-2014 TV season. The network is launching four new comedies this fall, which is the most CBS has done in a long time. They‘re also expanding Thursday to two hours of sitcoms and trying out two single-camera comedies (meaning no laugh tracks), something CBS hasn‘t done in five years.  Read more »
CBS is the first network to announce its premiere dates for the Fall 2013 season. As usual, the most efficient network on TV will launch nearly all of its shows in a single week starting Monday, September 23, with Survivor and the new sitcom We Are Men as the only outliers.  Read more »
While we‘re all absorbed in summer shows like Under the Dome and America‘s Got Talent, let‘s not forget our favorites that are returning in the fall. We‘ve got a lot of new cast members coming to shows like Revolution, The Good Wife, Switched at Birth and more. Also, there‘s a new judge in town. Read more »
Close your eyes and picture this: there are two parents who hate each other, are constantly yelling at each other and are annoyed at what the other is doing. Their adult son wishes they‘d just leave him alone, act normal and get along. I could go on, but does this sound familiar? Everybody Loves Raymond, perhaps? Yes, but I‘m actually talking about the premise for the new CBS comedy The Millers. In fact, this is what the Ray Romano-led sitcom might have been like had Frank and Marie divorced. Read more »
There‘s a lot of good news for the new CBS comedies. While We Are Men was cancelled after just two episodes, the network‘s other three new sitcoms have all received orders for a full season.  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 »
Ryan Murphy has never been shy about showing how much of a fan he is of Stevie Nicks -- and now the Fleetwood Mac singer will be guest starring on American Horror Story: Coven. Also, Alan Alda will be causing some trouble for James Spader‘s character on The Blacklist. Read on for all the details, including casting news for Person of Interest, Beauty and the Beast, Community, The Mindy Project, The Goldbergs, The Neighbors, Grimm and The Millers. Read more »
With Seth Myers set to leave the Weekend Update desk soon, Saturday Night Live has hired a new co-anchor to replace him. And get ready for some big reunions on The Miller, The Crazy Ones and Melissa and Joey. Read on for all the details, including casting news for Modern Family, Hawaii Five-0, Revenge, Mom, CSI, The Mentalist, Criminal Minds and Hannibal. Read more »
Fringe‘s Lance Reddick is set to guest star on The Blacklist. And another Lost alum is heading to Once Upon a Time as a young Prince Leopold. Read on for all the details, including casting news for Two and a Half Men, Mistresses, The Millers, New Girl, The Mindy Project, Under the Dome and Teen Wolf. Read more »
An Elementary favorite returns, Big Love star Patrick Fabian lands a recurring role on Grey‘s Anatomy. Comedian Roseanne Barr will guest star on The Millers and Grimm gets 80‘s heartthrob C. Thomas Howell. Read on for more casting news on Grimm, Elementary and an old favorite sitcom couple reunites on The Neighbors.  Read more »
CBS revealed its schedule for next season, and it‘s very comedy-heavy with four new sitcoms and an extra hour on Thursday to compete with NBC.  Read more »
CBS continues to prove that it is the most stable network television. Following early renewals for Survivor and a three-year extension on The Big Bang Theory, the network has officially picked up 18 shows for the 2014-2015 TV season, including dramas, comedies, reality shows, news programs and several first-year shows.  Read more »
CBS has become the latest network to announce spring 2014 finale dates for its shows. Most end in May, as usual, but two will close out in April and there are even some shows ending as early as the end of March.How I Met Your Mother kicks everything off with its previously announced one-hour series finale on March 31. Mid-season drama Intelligence is closing out its freshman run the same night. Read more »

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