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News Roundup: Ed Asner to Star in CMT's 'Working Class,' Jason Lee to Guest on 'Raising Hope' and More

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 18th 2010 12:00PM
Ed AsnerCan we all muster up one big, "Welcome back, Ed Asner!"? The 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' veteran is heading back to TV in a new CMT sitcom.

According to Live Feed, Asner will star in 'Working Class,' CMT's first scripted series, opposite 'Reba' star Melissa Peterman.

In the series, Peterman, a blue collar single mom, moves her family to the suburbs. There, she meets her curmudgeonly neighbor played by Asner. This is Asner's first series regular role since 'Studio 60.' He'll also appear as Warren Buffett in HBO's 'Too Big to Fail.'

"We are thrilled to have the iconic Ed Asner join Melissa and our entire cast as we launch our first sitcom," Brad Johnson, senior vice president of development at CMT, said. "Asner is synonymous with legendary television, and we know he will bring a classic comedic edge to our fresh family sitcom."

Steve Kazee, Patrick Fabian, Lachlan Buchahan, Cameron Castaneda and Courtney Merritt round out the cast. The 12-episode season 1 of 'Working Class' will launch in January.

MTV host and pro BMX racer T.J. Lavin's condition is said to be improving after his accident. Lavin's mother told friends via text messages that her son was able to move his hands. [People]

Jason Lee will appear on 'Raising Hope.' The former 'My Name is Earl' star will guest as a washed-up rocker who performs at Sabrina's grocery store. This will reunite Lee with 'Earl' creator Greg Garcia. [Zap2It]

CBS has picked up a medical drama project from Denis Leary and Jim Serpico. The drama follows three doctors, who are all med school classmates, returning to their alma mater to work at the university's hospital. [Hollywood Reporter]

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Frank the Entertainer Looks for Love in His Parents' Basement

by Leonard Jacobs, posted Dec 9th 2009 1:58PM
VH1's reality TV's programming has scraped so much from the bottom of the barrel that there's actually a hole in the bottom (hey, we can see Bravo's spring lineup from here!). But here's a touching story for you: Frank Moresco, a.k.a. Frank the Entertainer -- the hormonal crooner and breakout star of season 2 of 'I Love New York' and both seasons of 'I Love Money' -- is getting his own VH1 reality show entitled 'Frank the Entertainer ... in a Basement Affair,' which premieres Sun., Jan. 3 at 8PM.

The show attempts to answer the eternal question: Can a man find love from his parent's basement?

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Super Skank Wednesday: The men of I Love New York - VIDEOS

by Kristin Sample, posted Jun 25th 2008 3:23PM
Tango and Mr. Boston picking his noseWelcome to Super Skank Wednesday. This is where I celebrate the awesomely skanky people on the following shows: I Love Money, Charm School, New York Goes to Hollywood, and The Surreal Life. Basically, I'll discuss the skankalicious shows that make VH1 the network it is today.

For this week's Super Skank Wednesday, I've decided to list my favorite "manks" from I Love New York. See who I picked after the jump.

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Why Sister Patterson from I Love New York is one of the most vile people on television

by Kristin Sample, posted Oct 9th 2007 10:01AM
New York and her mother Sister PattersonSo, for those of you who think New York from Flavor of Love and I Love New York is an obnoxious, crazy, bitchy windbag, you needn't look any further to see the reason why. In the case of New York and her mother Sister Patterson, the apple truly does NOT fall far from the tree.

Sister Patterson is a detestable bigoted old woman who tries to achieve celebrity by living vicariously through the dysfunctional love-life of her daughter. And because her daughter's antics on VH1's reality show overshadowed her own on last season, I guess Sister figured she should ramp up her despicable behavior to prevent her footage from being left on the cutting room floor.

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