(Getty Images)HBO's hit comedy series Veep had a big night Sunday, walking away with two major awards early in the show. First, Tony Hale won the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his work as the sycophantic assistant Gary Walsh. And shortly after that Julia Louis-Dreyfus won the award for Best Leading Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Vice President Selina Meyer on Veep.Playing up their dynamic from the show, Hale joined Louis-Dreyfus on stage during her...Read Full Story
(Fox)Try not to blue yourself, because the Arrested Development Season 4 trailer is finally here!Netflix released the trailer late Sunday night for the upcoming 15-episode season of the cult comedy, which will be released on May 26 via the video streaming service. Press play to see Michael, Gob, Buster, Tobias, Lindsay, and the rest of the Bluth gang back in action, then hit the comments below with your thoughts! In addition to the core cast, Season 4 will also feature guest star spots from...Read Full Story
Rejoice, Arrested Development is coming back! That's the great news that came out of the New York Festival last Sunday. While the sitcom struggled to get substantial ratings during its original three season run on Fox (from 2003-2006), it was (and is) one of the most critically acclaimed and beloved series with one of the most loyal and outspoken fan bases in television history. Word of mouth for the series hit a little too late for the Bluths but managed to boost DVD sales immensely and...Read Full Story
Tony Hale (born September 30, 1970) is an American actor best known for his neurotic characters on 'Arrested Development' and 'Veep'. Find more articles, photos, and information about Tony Hale here.