PARTNERS has been the lone CBS freshman series with its fate still up in the air for a bit, and now, the news isn’t good: the network has not only decided against ordering more episodes, but it’s also pulling all remaining installments from the schedule. more
Partners “Temporary Insanity” Episode 6 airs Monday, November 12, 2012 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network . Episode Synopsis: Louis hires Wyatt to fill in as their assistant at the office when Ro-Ro goes on vac more
Update: CBS will pre-empt regularly scheduled programming tonight with rebroadcasts of its Monday comedy block followed by the CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: HURRICANE SANDY, anchored by Scott Pelley (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT). Partners “2 Broke Guys” Episod more
Partners “The Key” Episode 4 airs Monday, Oct 15, 2012 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: Joe is stuck in the middle after Ali finds out that Louis has a key to Joe’s apartment and she does not, o more
Partners “The Jeter Exception” Episode 3 airs Monday, Oct 8, 2012 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: After Joe uncovers sexy photos of Ali with famous baseball player Derek Jeter and tells Louis about it, Al more
Zap2it: How do you describe your "Partners" character?David Krumholtz: Joe is loosely based on (co-creator) Dan Kohan. He's (the) more pragmatic, more sensible neurotic guy. He can bear and has borne the burden of Louis' form of drama. At times it gets to more
When we first saw the "Partners" pilot, we were charmed -- but our main concern was Brandon Routh's character, Wyatt. A male nurse with an oblivious, almost childlike demeanor, Wyatt is Louis' (Michael Urie) partner. Sure, we giggled at his "I have a hear more
Partners “Chicken and Stuffing” Episode 2 airs Monday, Oct 1, 2012 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis : Joe and Louis bicker about who takes better care of whom when Louis discovers that Joe and Al more
Where does one even begin to evaluate a three-camera sitcom these days? The mere presence of a laugh track in 2012 is basically the producers declaring, "This is not art. Don't think about it. We'll tell you when to laugh." Sure, there have been some high more
Partners centers around two lifelong best friends, one of whom is straight and the other gay.
A decade ago, this progressive concept may have been enough to base a sitcom around. But times have changed.
Gay characters abound on television, society i more
key to a successful sitcom is chemistry. If the actors are able to
effortlessly play off one another and make you believe in their
relationships, it can save even the most lackluster writing.
Unfortunately, the new CBS comedy Partners is like more