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TV Casting: Dolly Parton Returning to 'Hannah Montana'

by Andrew Scott, posted Mar 29th 2010 12:30PM
Dolly PartonDolly Parton will reportedly return for the final season of 'Hannah Montana,' reprising her role as Aunt Dolly. Parton -- who previously appeared in two episodes of the hit Disney Channel series -- revealed the big news on Friday, although she did not specify when the episode will air. Recently, it was revealed that 'Hannah Montana' would end after its fourth season. [Knoxville News Sentinel]

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Martin Short Joins 'Tax Man' Sitcom

by Brad Trechak, posted Mar 27th 2010 2:02PM
Martin ShortMartin Short will be joining David Krumholtz in the new Fox comedy series 'Tax Man.' Short will be playing an obnoxious, overbearing boss in the vein of Alec Baldwin's Jack Donaghy on '30 Rock.' That description might be a bit of an exaggeration.

While Martin Short did give an impressive dramatic turn on 'Damages,' he's no Alec Baldwin. He plays the little neurotic guy much better than he could play a confident businessman with ethical issues like Jack Donaghy. He'd be better off playing characters like Leo Bloom in 'The Producers'.

The combination of David Krumholtz and Martin Short is an interesting one. It would be worth tuning in just for that. Hey, both have even appeared in 'The Santa Clause' movie franchise.

Can Short pull this role off? It's television and anything is possible. Short could create a character that is a combination of Jack Donaghy and Leo Bloom, maybe with a little Ed Grimley thrown in for good measure.

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TV Casting: Judy Greer Returning to TV

by Andrew Scott, posted Mar 10th 2010 2:48PM
Judy GreerJudy Greer ('Miss Guided') will take another stab at TV stardom in the Fox comedy pilot 'Tax Man.' Greer will join David Krumholtz in the series, set at an IRS office in Fresno, California. The project will re-team Greer with 'Arrested Development's' Ron Howard, who is executive producing the pilot with Brian Grazer and David Nevins. Brent Forrester ('The Office') will pen the pilot. [Hollywood Reporter]

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