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Jason Alexander Heads to 'Harry's Law,' Heather Graham Joins Comedy & More TV News

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 25th 2011 12:30PM
Jason AlexanderJason Alexander is heading back to NBC. The 'Seinfeld' veteran will appear on the fifth episode of 'Harry's Law' Season 2.

According to TV Guide, Alexander will play Richard, a public school teacher who's suspended after he fails a student. The reason the character handed out an F? The student, Zack, called Darwinism "a crock."

Kathy Bates' Harriet Korn takes the case to court.

Alexander recently made a guest appearance on TNT's 'Franklin & Bash.'

'Harry's Law' premieres Sept. 21 at 9PM on NBC.

In other casting news ...

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Heather Graham Hopes Obamas Like Her Movie, Invite Her to White House (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jun 9th 2011 6:14AM
Heather Graham, 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson'It was pretty adorable how excited Heather Graham was about her new movie being screened at the White House so the Obama girls could see it. On 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS), Craig Ferguson messed up the name of it and gave us a very different kind of movie.

He called it 'Judy Hummer and the Not Bummer Summer,' which is close but just wrong enough that it elicits images of a very different kind of movie. Certainly not the kind of movie the President and First Lady would screen for their daughters.

Graham is hopeful that 'Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer' will be such a hit that "they'll be like, that girl's cool, let's invite her to the White House. So then they'll invite me to the White House." It could happen. We're pretty sure Obama has that kind of pull.

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Emily is gone, but Jake will return

by Anna Johns, posted Jan 23rd 2006 9:16AM
ABC put a lot of effort into promoting Emily's Reasons Why Not, to turn around and cancel it after one airing (yes, it is officially canceled). Network execs say they pushed the Heather Graham series big time without even seeing a script, and when the final product did air, it wasn't what they wanted at all.

ABC pulled John Stamos' Jake in Progress from its schedule at the same time it pulled Emily, leaving fans to wonder whether that show was over as well. Rest assured, Jake fans, according to the LA Times, it will return to television. The president of ABC prime time entertainment says he really likes Jake in Progress and the show will eventually return.

And, despite poor ratings for Commander in Chief and Invasion, ABC says it still believes in those series.

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ABC halts production on "Emily" - UPDATE

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Jan 17th 2006 6:08PM

Heather GrahamAs Chris reported yesterday, many of you may have noticed that at the very last minute, ABC pulled the new episodes of Emily's Reasons Why Not and Jake in Progress last night. They aired a rerun of The Bachelor: Paris instead. Presumably, this was all done because of the stiff competition that that was on last night including the Golden Globe awards and part two of 24's season premiere. However, a lot has changed since last night. ABC has now announced that they are pulling the plug on production of the Heather Graham comedy only a week after the series premiere. Apparently, the ratings for last week's premiere were practically non-existent and that certainly should justify at least looking at/re-examining the show to see if it's worth trying to save. Seems like ABC is doing just that but there's no news on if or when production will start again, so don't get your hopes up.

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ABC pulls tonight's Emily's Reasons

by Chris Thilk, posted Jan 16th 2006 1:17PM
Heather GrahamI haven't watched the show so I don't know firsthand how good (or not) it was, but it seems ABC does not have complete faith in Emily's Reasons Why Not. The network has pulled tonight's episode and replaced it with a repeat of last week's The Bacholer: Paris premiere. No explanation was given for the move but the lead-in Jake In Progress was also suddenly disappeared from the schedule. Both shows are reportedly going to come back next week but it seems curious they would be pulled so suddenly. There's a bit of speculation in the article that it may be so the shows don't have to go up against The Golden Globes, but I don't buy that. It's not like the programming of the awards show has been a mystery up until just now so there was plenty of time to warn viewers it would be two weeks instead of just one between episodes.

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Emily's Reasons Why Not: Pilot

by Ryan j Budke, posted Jan 10th 2006 1:15PM
Heather GrahamI like the trend of bigger stars coming to television and in a regular series, especially someone like Heather Graham. Of course she's pleasant on the eyes, but she also seems to be one of the most approacable and genuinely "cute" actresses in Hollywood. She has that air about her, where you can tell that's she probably very similar in real life to the characters she plays on film. I personally am going to love seeing her week in and week out, because I think this show is going to last for a very long time. They have an excellent start, and I can't wait to see where it grows from here. On with the show!

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Everything you need to know about NCIS: TV Guide in 60 seconds

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 10th 2006 9:49AM
  • On the cover: NCIS, the show no one you know watches.
  • Matt Roush on the season premieres of 24 and The Shield.
  • In the print edition only: an interview with Heather Graham of Emily's Reason's Why Not, a behind the scenes look of Wolfgang Puck's new Las Vegas restaurant, and a Q and A with Boston Legal's Julie Bowen.
  • An interview with John Stamos about the return of Jake In Progress and why he really didn't want to join the cast of ER.  

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