Seth MacFarlane's American Dad has been on the air since 2005, and has already produced over 150 episodes. It's already in syndication, but it seems the show had run out of favor at Fox, where it will have one last season starting in the fall. But the show isn't going away, it's moving to TBS in 2014 with a fifteen episode run.
Cougar Town's hour-long finale brought a change we’ve been waiting all season to see. “Don’t Fade On Me” gave us Travis and Laurie’s first encounter as a couple, while ”Have Love Will Travel” featured the gang and an ailing Chick's visit to Hollywood.
This week on Cougar Town being bad never looked so good. “The Criminal Mind” was a tribute to the great John Hughes and his most beloved film, The Breakfast Club. But it wasn’t all fun and games—Andy and Travis run into man trouble while Grayson’s bad reviews send him into a tailspin.
Universal has just debuted an action-packed trailer for 2 Guns, which features Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington as pair of quarreling buddies. The film, directed by Baltasar Kormakur, is hitting theaters this summer. (The movie nearly slipped under us.) Also, we got some important updates on Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel. (Hint: You might be able to...
This week's Cougar Town had a few problems. "This Old Town" gave the Cul-De-Sac a couple new neighbors who introduced some bad habits. Though things are heating up for the latest additions others seem to be fizzling out.
Last night's Cougar Town was all about dodgeball. “Saving Grace” focused on Grayson’s beliefs, or lack thereof, and Bobby’s new comrade. Andy started drama that Ellie intended to finish, but it was over once the red balls started to fly.
The new mayor of Cougar Town is in office, that is, once he remembers to show up. “You Tell Me” wrestled with the hidden truths in one circle friends, and how to deal with them. Meanwhile, Laurie dealt with everyone else instead of her feelings for Travis.
Cougar Town's getting back into the swing of things. Make It Better" featured Jules' stubborn struggle to care for her bullheaded father while masking a health crisis. Grayson and Bobby do their best to turn Travis's neediness into dork appeal. But it's the Torres' dinner with Laurie and Wade that reminds us that rushing to the finish is never a good idea.
On last night's Cougar Town the clothes came off. In “You and I Will Meet Again” Andy gets a new role in the Cul-De-Sac Crew, and it’s one we can get behind. Laurie’s relationship milestone ruffles a few feathers, while Jules and Grayson explore their sexy side.
Last night, Cougar Town took a trip down memory lane. Remembering your roots is great, but living in the past is a bad idea. “Flirting With Time” revealed how the Cul-de-sac Crew came to be.
Last night, it was Valentine’s Day on Cougar Town. “Restless” was all about Jules’s insomnia and the Torres family’s usual drama. A few of our favorites were lucky in love, but one couple was left out in the cold.
Life is a dream for the Cougar Town gang, but work is another story. “Runnin’ Down a Dream” was all about the joys and struggles of their chosen careers --or lack thereof. Were they able to work together and give us another great episode?
Is there anything Cougar Town can't do? "I Should have Known It" was all about change for two men from the group. As we watched our favorite characters grow, we couldn't stop laughing.
Cougar Town hit its first big snag this week. “Between Two Worlds” dove further into Jules and Grayson’s marriage, but that wasn’t the problem. One of the show's supporting players is starting to feel stale.
We’re only two episodes into the season and Cougar Town's up to its old tricks. Luckily for this comedic juggernaut, that’s not a bad thing. “I Need to Know” focuses on the struggles to grow up, come out—or in—and to get what you want.
After a long hiatus Cougar Town's returned at its new home. TBS touted its first episode of the sitcom, and thanks to their overzealous promotion, everyone knew it. “Blue Sunday” tackled the first week of marriage and all its trappings. The long awaited premiere was everything we hoped it would be and more.
Tuesday's season finale of Cougar Town ended the show’s ABC run, and it went out with a bang! In “My Life” the gang took another turn at movie parody, this time with Groundhog Day. While “Your World” centered on Jules and Grayson's long-awaited wedding. Plenty of surprises were in store including a guest appearance by David...
Cohabitation created drama on last night’s episode of Cougar Town. “Square One” featured the return of Nicole Sullivan as Jules and Grayson's therapist. Courteney Cox took a second spin in the director’s chair, while her character wrestled with reliving the past. Can two divorced people really learn from their...
Hurricane wind wasn't the only thing causing trouble on Cougar Town this week. Love is in the air. “Down South” focuses on happiness, and the trouble people have putting someone else’s happiness before their own. Thankfully, serious topics never come without the hilarity fans have come to expect from the show, and last night was no exception. As usual,...
Cougar Town mutated from "that show with the tacky title" to "that show with the tacky title that everyone should check out as it's not really about older women sleeping with younger dudes, really, seriously." You could also say that its latest form is "That show that is still on, I guess" as ABC cut its third season down to fifteen episodes, and hasn't been...