The Crazy Ones airs Thursdays at 9 pm EST on CBS.
Victor/Nikki/Chelsea: Look for Nikki to come to Chelsea's defense, when Victor makes demands about Connor. Does Nikki's own feelings about her missing first born have her empathizing with the troubled young mother?
Nikki/Stitch: Mrs. Newman forms quick bond with the new medical intern. Could he be her long-lost offspring?
Adam/Chelsea/Connor: The blacksheep learns the paternity results of little Connor. READ MORE
Former General Hospital star Amber Tamblyn is taking a dip into the world of sitcoms. The House alum makes her debut on the season premiere of Two and a Half Men tonight.
Just what can viewers expect when Tamblyn comes on as the late Charlie Harper’s (Charlie Sheen) daughter, Jenny? Is the young woman aware of her father's death? In an inteview with TVLine, Tamblyn stated:
She does know, yeah. I think she’s just sort of searching. She moved to L.A. to become an actress, and I think that’s sort of secondary conversation on top of the fact that Los Angeles is the mecca of partying and lifestyle and hot ladies. I think that’s really what Jenny is after.
No, I'm not drunk blogging, kids The Huffington Post is reporting Oscar-winning director Francis Ford Coppola has been hanging out on the set of The Young and the Restless. According to the site, Coppola is very interested in the multi-camera format and has been in the control room to see up close how the number one daytime drama comes to life.
I'm enjoying being at The Young and the Restless. The people are wonderful. I'm learning a lot.
CBS isn’t exactly known for its edgy programming. The network is mainly comprised of crime procedurals which keep the network number one in ratings and sell well in syndication.
As a result, viewers know what they’re going to get when they tune in to a CBS drama. Typically, some horrible crime will be committed, an investigative force will do everything to solve it, the bad guys fall and the good guys win — all in 44 minutes.
Spoofs galore exist about the CSI and/or NCIS franchises, and their repetitive (and sometimes cheesy) content, but the fact remains millions of people keep tuning in. CBS is laughing all the way to the bank.
However, CBS may no longer be content existing as just popular TV. Perhaps they are looking for the critical prestige heaped on other networks and cable stations?
Two soap stars have teamed up for a new non-acting project. Steve Burton and Nashville's Jonathan Jackson have collaborated on an original song, which debuted Monday on The Young and the Restless. READ MORE