(ABC)Happy Endings may get, well, a happy ending!The critically adored comedy, which was recently banished to Friday nights, may move to the USA Network if ABC chooses not to renew it for a fourth season. Deadline reports that Sony TV, which owns the Happy Endings, has approached several networks about the possibility of picking up the show. USA, which has some very solid drama programing but is short on half hour comedies, is rumored to be interested.The move would be similar to the jump...Read Full Story
Happy Endings returns on Friday, March 29 after a much (much much much) too long hiatus, and according to ABC's new promo for the comedy, it's up to us to save the show. Say what?This coming from the same network that waited until October to launch the new season in a very competitive Tuesday night time slot, then started randomly airing episodes of Sunday, then benched it for weeks and moved it to the doldrums of Friday nights? We've been trying to save Happy Endings, but it's kind of hard...Read Full Story
'Happy Endings' (Photo courtesy of ABC)The long wait is over! The third season of Happy Endings finally (finally!) premieres tonight, and we've got the scoop on Dave and Alex's romance, Penny's klutziness, Jane's new job, Max's "mysterious" new roommate, and more. So before you tune in to tonight's a-mah-zing premiere, check out the 10 things you should know about the upcoming season.1. Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Dave (Zachary Knighton) are back together after the events of last season's...Read Full Story
When it premiered in the middle of last season, ABC's Happy Endings (Wed., 9:30pm ET) was a promising sitcom that just needed a little time to gel. Just nine months later, this show about six Chicago friends has become must see TV for all comedy fans. Tonight's episode is directed by The Wonder Years' Fred Savage (who also makes a cameo), and features Brad escaping Jane for a "staycation" at a fancy hotel, Alex dating an over-the-top new guy, and Max and Dave making a commercial to promote...Read Full Story
Another familiar face will soon be seen on ABC’s “Happy Endings.” Andy Richter, aka Conan O’Brien’s right-hand man, will guest star on the sitcom as Roy, father to Penny Hartz (played by “Saturday Night Live” alum Casey Wilson), according to TV Line.Andy will appear in an episode set to air this spring, which will address the narrow age difference between Roy and Penny (in reality, the actors are only 14 years apart), the blog reported.Roy will suddenly resurface in Penny’s life as her...Read Full Story
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