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Lisa Kudrow Returns to Primetime Comedy at Showtime

by Kim Potts, posted Apr 22nd 2010 9:15AM
Courteney Cox is whooping it up in 'Cougar Town,' Matthew Perry is shooting a pilot that may find him joining her at ABC, Matt LeBlanc is returning to the tube at Showtime, and now, Lisa Kudrow is joining her 'Friends' in a return to primetime comedy.

Showtime has reportedly picked up Kudrow's online series 'Web Therapy,' in which she plays Fiona Wallice, a therapist who gives her patients advice via a Webcam. The dark comedy revolves around the very self-interested Fiona, who thinks three minutes of Web therapy is better than 50 minutes of in-person therapy, since, to her way of thinking, regular sessions mostly consist of patients going off on irrelevant tangents.

Fiona hopes her online sessions can spark a worldwide revolution in how people seek psychiatric care, and her motives to build her brand are usually evident in her interactions with her patients.

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Lisa Kudrow and Ellen Talk Family on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 20th 2010 9:40PM
Lisa Kudrow and Ellen Talk Family on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'Ellen DeGeneres has previously discovered some surprising information about her family tree -- she's related to pop singer Madonna, of all people. But today, on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' (weekdays, syndicated), guest Lisa Kudrow arrived to give DeGeneres even more unexpected details.

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NBC Renews 'Marriage Ref,' 'Minute to Win It,' 'Who Do You Think You Are?'

by Andrew Scott, posted Apr 5th 2010 5:14PM
The Marriage RefNBC is in it to win it -- at least when it comes to reality television.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Peacock network has re-upped its entire unscripted midseason lineup, handing out second seasons to 'The Marriage Ref,' 'Minute to Win It' and 'Who Do You Think You Are?', respectively. NBC will also add three new episodes to 'Ref''s (Thursdays at 10PM) current season, which with DVR numbers has averaged about 7.2 million viewers.

Season 2 will run for 13 episodes and is expected to premiere sometime next season.

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Brooke Shields Discovers That She's Related to Kings (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 4th 2010 10:14PM
Brook Shields Is Related to KIngs on 'Who Do You Think You Are?'''Who Do You Think You Are?' (Fri., 8 PM on NBC) is devoted to tracing the family tree of celebrities. The series has given us several surprises so far (including the fact that Matthew Broderick's ancestor was a World War I hero). But on the latest episode, Brooke Shields gets what may be the biggest shock of all: She's related to a king of France!

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Matthew Broderick Learns Grandfather's a War Hero on 'Who Do You Think You Are?' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 28th 2010 11:00PM
Matthew Broderick's Grandfather Is a War Hero; 'Who Do You Think You Are?''Who Do You Think You Are?' (Fri., 8PM ET on NBC) explains genealogy by tracing the family trees of famous celebrities. In the latest episode, actor Matthew Broderick learns some unexpected facts about his family. Broderick's father died when he was 20 years old, so Broderick has a great deal to learn about his own relatives.

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Lisa Kudrow Learns About Her Jewish Heritage (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 22nd 2010 2:23AM
Who Do You Think You Are?, Lisa KudrowOn 'Who Do You Think You Are?' (Fri., 8PM ET on NBC), Lisa Kudrow traveled to Poland and visited the mass grave site of her great-grandmother. It proved to be an emotional journey for Kudrow, but one she's glad to have taken.

"These people were no threat, they were nothing," said Kudrow. "It's just the ravings of a madman who decided that Jews didn't fit into the way he saw the human race."

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Emmitt Smith Explores Slave Ancestry on 'Who Do You Think You Are?' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 15th 2010 4:28AM
Who Do You Think You Are, Emmitt SmithEmmitt Smith got emotional while learning about his slave ancestors and their owners as he visited their graves on 'Who Do You Think You Are?' (Fri., 8PM ET on NBC).

This show has flown under the radar, for the most part, but it's a really interesting look at the ancestry of various celebrities. With a Friday night time slot, hopefully it will get enough viewers to last a while. Are you watching?

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What to Watch March 15 - 21

by Stephanie Earp, posted Mar 15th 2010 3:06AM

Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town - Tuesday March 16, 9 pm, CBC

True story: When I was in high school, I was lucky enough to be invited on a date by the new guy at school. His dad worked with CBC and our date was to be a live taping of the original 'Kids in the Hall' sketch show. My date treated me to a large soda before the show and once seated, we discovered we were not allowed to get up again until taping concluded. Long story short: I peed my pants I laughed so hard. Needless to say, I didn't get a second date. Having the Kids back on TV has been a blast, and hopefully this final episode of 'Death Comes to Town' isn't the last time we'll see them reunited.

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'Who Do You Think You Are?' Preview: Genealogy Shows Are All the Rage

by Allyssa Lee, posted Mar 5th 2010 12:00PM
Lisa Kudrow Who Do You Think You AreIt's all relative on the new NBC series 'Who Do You Think You Are?' which premieres tonight at 8PM ET. Despite its potentially combative title, the show is not about parents dealing with their children's backtalk.

Produced by Lisa Kudrow and based on the British documentary series of the same name, the show follows seven celebrities -- including Kudrow herself, Brooke Shields, football great Emmitt Smith, Matthew Broderick and Susan Sarandon -- as they consult historians and genealogy experts in an attempt to unearth their own family trees.

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What to Watch: March 5

by Kim Potts, posted Mar 5th 2010 6:00AM
'Who Do You Think You Are?' (8PM, NBC) series premiere
Will audiences be privy to the deep, dark family secrets of the stars? Could be, as this seven-part series, produced by 'Friends' star Lisa Kudrow, follows seven celebs as they research their family trees and find out some surprising info. First up is 'Sex and the City' star Sarah Jessica Parker, whose research takes her coast-to-coast, from Northern California to Salem, MA, and reveals surprising tragedy and relationships. SJP's hubby, Matthew Broderick, will also explore his ancestral history in an upcoming episode, as will Kudrow, Spike Lee, Susan Sarandon, Brooke Shields and NFL vet (and 'Dancing with the Stars' champ) Emmitt Smith.

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Lisa Kudrow Answers the Question: Who Do You Think You Are?

by Nick Zaino, posted Mar 4th 2010 2:03PM
Lisa Kudrow Who Do You Think You Are?You might say genealogical research runs in Lisa Kudrow's family. Long before the former 'Friends' star decided to bring the British TV show 'Who Do You Think You Are?' to American television, her father had already written a family tree that Kudrow says takes up roughly 46 pages.

Kudrow saw the long-running original show, which investigates the family history and genealogy of celebrities, when visiting Ireland, and decided to bring it to American audiences. The only question was, would she tell her own story on the show?

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NBC announces four new dramas, two new comedies to fall lineup

by Jason Hughes, posted May 4th 2009 12:22PM
Weekend Update with Seth MeyersThere weren't a lot of surprises at NBC's "In Front" presentation this morning. As already leaked, Parks & Recreation, Heroes, and Southland have been renewed, joining the already announced 30 Rock, The Office, The Celebrity Apprentice, Friday Night Lights, The Biggest Loser and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

There's still no word on Law & Order's bid for a 20th season, nor did they clarify the fate of Chuck, though insiders feel confident both will be back. Back on the bubble is Medium, which was leaked as renewed last night, along with My Name Is Earl. Their fates are a bit more murky, especially Earl considering NBC is giving Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update" a prime-time berth, apparently launching NBC's Thursday night.

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