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‘Childrens Hospital’ and ‘NTSF:SD:SUV’ Summer 2012 Premiere Dates Announced

The Adult Swim Network  has announced that new seasons of both  Childrens Hospital  and NTFS:SD:SUV::  is on the way . Both series will debut this summer in August. When ‘Childrens Hospital ’ returns, the Rob Corddry created show will be in its fourth season and comes from executive producers Jonathan Stern and David Wain, who also pen episodes of the hilarious comedy. In the new season fans will watch as the characters attempt to fight against airborne viruses and an "undercurrent of evil powering the hospital." A storyline following the Chief and his handicaps will also play out in the New Year. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/07/12/childrens-hospital-and-ntsfsdsuv-summer-2012-premiere-dates-announced/  

Childrens Hospital: Preview for Tonight's Season Finale

Tonight, the third season finale of Childrens Hospital will be airing on Adult Swim.  Back in season 2, Childrens Hospital aired a "show within a show" episode in the format of a fictional news program called "News Readers".  Tonight's season finale revisits that format. The promo for tonight's finale (watch it below) features each doctor getting their own spin-off show, including "Doctors With Borders" and "The Ghost Doctorer".  Fans of Childrens Hospital should be happy to know that just a few weeks ago Adult Swim ordered a 14 episode fourth season, so the show will be returning next year.  Rob Corddry, Rob Huebel, Malin Akerman, Lake Bell, Ken Marino, Henry Winkler, Erinn Hayes and Megan Mullally are all expected to return for season 4. Below the promo we've also included three scenes from the original "News Readers" episode from season 2, just to remind you of the laughs you're in for. Scenes from the Original "News Reader" Episode //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/4OXHme47Yeo/89596

'Party Down' Reunion: Watch the Awesome 'Childrens Hospital' Clip (VIDEO)

Thank you, TV gods. Well, really, thank you Rob Corddry and 'Children's Hospital' for giving us this very brief, but still awesome, 'Party Down' reunion. In the brief clip -- thanks to our buds at Vulture for bringing it to our attention -- the gang is back together to cater a bar mitzvah at the hospital. Ken Marino and Megan Mullally both play characters on 'Children's Hospital,' but reprise their 'Party Down' roles of Ron and Lydia. Missing from the clip? Adam Scott's Henry. We can only hope that means he got the part he auditioned for at the end of Season 2 and is currently a successful actor. Watch the clip below. RIP 'Party Down.' //www.aoltv.com/2011/08/26/party-down-reunion-video/

Adult Swim Boast: 'Childrens Hospital' Draws More Viewers Than 'Don't Shake the Baby'

It would seem impossible that any show could outdraw a program titled "Don't Shake the Baby!" But "Childrens Hospital" has done just that -- at least if you believe an Adult Swim trailer teasing the Rob Corddry sitcom's Sept. 1 third-season finale  given exclusively to Vulture  on Thursday. Read More... //www.thewrap.com/column-post/adult-swim-boast-childrens-hospital-draws-more-viewers-dont-shake-baby-30462

'Childrens Hospital' Renewed for Fourth Season

Adult Swim has renewed  Childrens Hospital  for a fourth season. Production on 14 episodes of the one-time web series have been ordered, with production beginning later this year for broadcast in 2012. Rob Corddry  created and stars in the ensemble series as Blake Downs, a doctor who sports clown makeup and believes in the healing power of laughter over medicine. The series, which Adult Swim picked up last year, has gradually grown in episode orders from five to 12 and now 14 episodes. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/cz9TjTxYfIo/childrens-hospital-renewed-fourth-season-223727

Megan Mullally On Her 'Super Gross' 'Childrens Hospital' Character Chief (VIDEO)

Megan Mullally has played a lot of perky, attractive TV characters in her career. That's not quite the case on the Adult Swim show 'Childrens Hospital,' a medical drama parody. Mullally called her character, Chief, "super gross" on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS), and said that playing that kind of role is "freeing." Mullally described 'Childrens Hospital' as "an absurdist satire" of one-hour medical shows, "where all the beautiful doctors are like, having sex in the supply closet." Chief is one of those doctors. "She's super gross," said Mullally. "And she's supposed to be. She's super gross but everybody wants her, is the joke." That includes, she said, "men, women, everybody." Read More.... //www.aoltv.com/2011/07/25/megan-mullally-talks-about-her-super-gross-childrens-hospital/

Ryan Seacrest Donates a TV and Radio Studio to Philly's Children's Hospital (VIDEO)

'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest unveiled a new radio and TV studio in the lobby of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Friday on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC). His Ryan Seacrest Foundation footed the bill for the closed-circuit studio, which broadcasts to other rooms in the hospital. The system is nicknamed 'The Voice,' and the Seacrest Foundation has installed a similar system in the Children's Healthcare Pediatric Hospital in his home town of Atlanta. "It's meant for the kids to come down and use," he explained. "They can be a DJ or a host, they can be interviewed, they can interview each other. And also we'll have celebrity guests stop by and perform for them. But I wanted to come up with something that they can do while they're here, because some of them are here for quite a while." The first of those celebrity guests was schedule to stop in Friday for a surprise visit, except it didn't surprise AJ, one of the kids at the hospital, who knew it would be Selena Gomez. "I said, 'That not a surprise if you know already. How did you find out?'" Seacrest asked AJ. Turns out a construction worker told him "by accident." AJ may have a future in investigative journalism. //www.aoltv.com/2011/07/15/ryan-seacrest-introduces-tv-and-radio-studio-for-phillys-childr/

Rob Corddry Talks 'Childrens Hospital,' 'Little In Common' & a 'Party Down' Reunion

Are you still not watching 'Childrens Hospital'? Seriously, how many times do we need to have this conversation? The show's third season is now in full swing on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim (Thursdays at midnight), and it continues to be 15 minutes of funny each week that I truly look forward to. From the brilliantly warped mind of funnyman Rob Corddry, the former Web series-turned-live-action Adult Swim darling consistently brings the laughs, the beyond random plot lines and a cast that would look right at home in a big budget Hollywood blockbuster. Read More... //www.aoltv.com/2011/06/16/rob-corddry-interview-childrens-hospital-season-3/

Interview: Rob Corddry talks 'Childrens Hospital'

Childrens Hospital is a terrible place to get your kid treated, but the satirical series of the same name has become a reliable source of irreverent laughter and a welcome outlet for mockery-starved fans of shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and "House."  Originally developed for TheWB.com and then migrated over to Adult Swim for its second season, "Childrens Hospital" remains slightly under-the-radar, or at least more under-the-radar than you'd expect for a show that stars Rob Corddry, Lake Bell, Erinn Hayes, Rob Huebel, Ken Marino and Megan Mullally, Malin Åkerman and Henry Winkler, with an impressive assortment of guest stars including Jon Hamm, Ernie Hudson and Nick Offerman. Airing on the Internet or late-night cable will do that.  "Childrens Hospital" -- named for Dr. Childrens, hence the editor-thwarting lack of apostrophe -- returns for its third season on Thursday (June 2) night with its usually high quotient of fake blood and genre-tweaking wackiness. If you've ever watched a medical drama before, it won't take you long to catch on. Read More... //www.hitfix.com/blogs/the-fien-print/posts/hitfix-interview-rob-corddry-talks-childrens-hospital

'Children's Hospital' Season 3 preview: Hamm and cheese

The regular season is over. And looking out on the vast stretch of summer, there's little more than basic cable procedurals and the network reality dump to look forward to -- only it also marks the return of one of TV's most impressive comedic ensembles. "Children's Hospital," once a series of 5-minute shorts on TheWB.com, enters its third season on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim June 2. And though it doesn't promise any kind of continuity, linear plot or remotely realistic medical stakes, it will most certainly be funny. Created by and starring Rob Corddry, "Children's Hospital" includes Megan Mullally, Rob Huebel, Erinn Hayes, Ken Marino, Lake Bell, Henry Winkler, Malin Akerman and Michael Cera (in voice at least) among its regular cast. And one bit of continuity you can look forward to in the Season 3 premiere, "Run, Dr. Lola Spratt, Run," is a cameo from Jon Hamm. The "Mad Men" star was revealed to... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/06/childrens-hospital-season-3-preview-hamm-and-cheese.html