Happy Endings is headed to VH1.
Via Entertainment Weekly, the network announced today that it has acquired all 57 episodes of the beloved sitcom and will actually air a marathon of them starting at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, December 31.
The marathon will conclude on New Year's Day.
But this is merely the hilarious appetizer.
Happy Endings will subsequently land in its new time slot on Wednesday nights from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. beginning on January 8.
Of course, if you cannot wait that long...Read Full Story
Are you ready to meet the third Kervovich sister?Stephanie March (Law & Order: SVU) guest stars in the upcoming Happy Endings season finale as Jane and Alex's big sister Brooke, whose upcoming nuptials will send all of the Kerkovich girls into a frenzy. So will Brooke be more like uptight Jane or baby sister Alex?"She's definitely Jane to the max," Elisha Cuthbert revealed during a recent conference call with reporters. "It's kind of fun to see them together and kind of getting...Read Full Story
When ABC decided to move Happy Endings to the doldrums of Friday nights, things definitely didn't look too promising for the cult comedy's future. Fans of the show have rallied around various "Save Happy Endings" campaigns, tweeting their support and urging others to check out the fast-talking comedy (which is still one of the funniest shows on TV, by the way). So what do Happy Endings' on-screen sisters Elisha Cuthbert and Eliza Coupe have to say about the show's potential for a fourth...Read Full Story
(ABC)Happy Endings closes out its third season tonight with a couple of back-to-back episode featuring the arrival of a third Kerkovich sis, the return of Megan Mullally and Michael McKean, and plenty of tennis club shenanigans. Even though the ABC comedy has been bumped around the schedule (and has suffered a ratings dip as a result), Happy Endings is just as funny as ever, and tonight's double-episode wrap-up proves why the show definitely deserves a fourth season.In the first of the two...Read Full Story
By Dylan P. Gadino | October 23, 2013 at 5:32 pm | No comments | News, TV/Movies | Tags: Eliza Coupe, Happy Endings, usa network
Since the underrated comedy Happy Endings got axed, we haven’t seen as much Eliza Coupe on television as we’d like. Hopefully that’s going to change soon. It seems the actress, who played control-freak Jane on 57 episodes of the ABC series, has inked a pilot presentation deal with USA Network for a show called Benched. Coupe would star as a corporate attorney named...Read Full Story