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Happy Endings: Rachael Harris to Guest Star in Season 3

TVLine is reporting that Rachael Harris will be guest starring on ABC's Happy Endings next season. The veteran comedy actress will be playing a realtor named Suzanne tasked by Dave and Alex to find the newly happy couple a place to live in the second episode of the upcoming season. At the end of last season, the two found their way back to one another at Derrick's wedding after breaking up in the series premiere. It may seem a little soon to go from reuniting to cohabitating in two episodes, especially since Dave has had multiple flirty encounters with Penny recently, but the change in dynamic (and subsequent reaction) should be fun to watch. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/ssOONcRS-yQ/

ABC Unveils Fall Premiere Dates for 'DWTS', '666 Park Avenue', 'Happy Endings' and More

'Dancing with the Stars' will kick off the all-star edition on September 25, while ' Happy Endings ' and 'Last Man Standing' will not return until late October and early November respectively. //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00052588.html

'Happy Endings' Season 3 Scoop: The Year Of Penny Is Over?

It looks like The Year of Penny is over. "Happy Endings" Season 3 will kick off with plucky Penny (Casey Wilson) in not so great spirits, according to executive producer Jonathan Groff. "We're starting Penny off in a rough spot this season -- the Year of Penny was not exactly that fantastic ... Brian Austin Green gave us a little bit of hope for her and we'll lean into that in the beginning, but it's still gonna be a rough start for Penny -- in a way that will only make us love her more, I think," Groff told The Huffington Post. However, Penny will be dating. Groff said the lucky man hasn't been cast, but he won't be taming Penny Hartz's heart. "We want him to be a nice guy that she meets in a typically awkward Penny way, she's always gonna be flirting with screwing it up -- that's all we've thought of so far, we haven't figured out how to blow it up, which we'll probably want to do at some point, because it can't quite be time for Penny to settle down yet." In May, Wilson told HuffPost that Brian Austin Green "may come back." But she has other hopes for Penny. "I think it would be fun for her to date someone just because I think it would be relatable how she drives it into the ground with her paranoias and insecurities and low self-esteem," Wilson added. Season 2 ended with Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Dave (Zachary Knighton) rekindling their romance. Season 3 will see the two continuing down that road. "We are going to see Dave and Alex dating," Groff said. "We think we need to do that because they never really had the break-up/make-up thing that I think the show needs. It just feels like we ran away from it a little bit in the first couple of seasons, sort of explored Alex at the end of the first season thinking she made a mistake, then second season tentatively moving them towards each other a little bit. It feels real, we always try to make a decision based on what feels like might really happen, even though the show's kind of outlandish at times. We try to go, 'In these relationships, what would actually happen?' So we're going to explore that at the beginning -- I'm not saying it's going to be smooth, but we're going to explore that." And what about the rest of the gang? Season 2 ended with Brad (Damon Wayans Jr.) losing his job and Season 3 picks up with Jane (Eliza Coupe) in a work setting, which Groff said "will be kind of cool." Plus, look for Brad to live life the Max way since he's unemployed. "It's gonna be a challenge for him not to work, but he's gonna try to explore that," Groff said. "So that'll give us some good Brad and Max stories." Executive producer David Caspe said there are plans for Max (Adam Pally) to get in another relationship. "[W]e'll hopefully get him in a relationship again because we thought that was really great, him and James Wolk," he said. "And hopefully we'll have Derrick (Stephen Guarino) back." No guest stars have currently been tapped because writing is ongoing, but Caspe does have some plans for a visit from the Jane and Alex's parents. "We'll meet the Kerkovich parents, so hopefully we'll get some funny people," he said. "Happy Endings" returns for Season 3, Tuesdays, 9 p.m. ET on ABC in the fall. Get your DVRs ready. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/xuZYNYl1ymg/happy-endings-season-3-year-of-penny_n_1695437.html

Happy Endings Scoop: What Will Happen to the Penny-Dave-Alex Love Triangle?

It's Friends all over again — and that's a good thing. When last we saw the Happy Endings bunch, Dave ( Zachary Knighton ) had shared a moment with both Penny ( Casey Wilson ) and Alex ( Elisha Cuthbert ) at their friends' wedding, which took the slow-building love triangle to the next level. Would he get back together with Alex, the runaway bride who left him at the altar? Or take a chance with longtime friend Penny, who has always been his rock? Dave and Alex's hand-holding in the closing moments of the finale was definitely an indication of what's to come next season. "It feels like Dave and Alex need to... //www.tvguide.com/News/Happy-Endings-Spoilers-Season3-1050304.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Happy Endings' unaired episode screening at Outfest 2012

The missing episode from Season 2 of ABC's "Happy Endings" will at last premiere at Outfest 2012, the annual Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival that celebrates its 30th birthday this year. It is scheduled to air on July 22nd at Director's Guild of America, and will be followed by a Q&A panel with the show's cast and creative team. This panel will include actors Adam Pally (Max), Casey Wilson (Penny), Stephen Guarino (Derrick), as well as executive producers David Caspe and Jonathan Groff.TVLine reports that this episode is "Happy Endings'" take on "Bad News Bears." Revolving around a game of kickball in which Adam Pally will play the Walter Matthau character, Pally says, "It's all six of us plus Scotty [played by Childrens Hospital's Seth Morris] taking on all the Chicago businesses, like a local nail salon and a deep-dish pie shop."As a TV broadcast date has not been set for this particular... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/06/happy-endings-unaired-episode-screening-at-outfest-2012.html

'Happy Endings' Damon Wayans Jr. on that time he super-glued his sister to the toilet

Damon Wayans Jr. may have grown up with an all-star cast for a family, but as the "Happy Endings" star describes to Zap2It, he didn't get off the hook easy when it came to misbehavior.His father, the famed comedian and "My Wife and Kids" talent, has professed in the past to being a firm disciplinarian when it comes to raising his real-life brood, and, as his son confirmed, the talk is no lie."When I was younger he was. If he spanked me now, that'd be just weird," he jokes, while out supporting his TV series at the ABC international upfront on Sunday (May 20).Depending on the crime, adds the second-generation comic, the punishment could sometimes get pretty brutal."I crazy-glued my sister to the toilet seat when I was younger," Wayans recalls when considering his worst foul play. "I sat home alone, got really obsessed. Crazy glued my sister to the toilet. And we had to... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/05/happy-endings-damon-wayans-jr-on-that-time-he-super-glued-his-sister-to-the-toilet.html

Happy Endings Cast To Be Honored at Academy of Television Arts and Sciences

Calling all Happy Endings fans in the Los Angeles area! Hop in food truck, grab your favorite V-neck and make your way to the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Thursday, May 24 at 7:30pm for a special screening and panel with one of TV's funniest casts!  TV Guide Magazine's own Rob Moynihan will moderate a discussion with stars Eliza Coupe, Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally, Damon Waynes Jr. and Casey Wilson as they reflect on the past two seasons, as well tease what's in store for Season 3 this fall as the ABC comedy moves to a new night and time, Tuesdays at 9pm.  //www.tvguide.com/News/Happy-Endings-Cast-1047844.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Happy Endings' renewed for a third season

After the May 10 ABC pickup announcements neglected to mention "Happy Endings," many were worried about this quirky comedy falling by the wayside. Fear not, fans! ABC has just announced that "Happy Endings" will be back for a third season.According to Deadline, this is a full 22 episode season. Ah-mahzing, as Penny (Casey Wilson) would say. 22 more chances to see the goofiest gang out there. We'll also get a chance to see if Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Dave (Zachary Knighton) will end up back together, as was hinted at during the Season 2 finale.We'll also find out if Penny can make it stick with her new beau, played by Brian Austin Green. We're so excited to find out about this renewal. What are your thoughts? What do you want to see happen in Season 3? Let us know below.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/05/happy-endings-renewed-for-a-third-season.html

TV ratings: 'One Tree Hill' finale gets small bump, 'American Idol' wins for FOX

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, April 4, 2012FOX's "American Idol" garnered an easy win for the network Wednesday, though it was down more than a million viewers in its first hour this week and up a bit in the second. CBS' "Survivor: One World" was up this week as well. Fans said goodbye to The CW's "One Tree Hill" with two hours of programming -- the first being interviews with the cast, which drew 1.37 million viewers, while the finale brought in 1.42 million -- a modest rise for the show."Betty White's Off Their Rockers" did A-OK for NBC with 7.2 million viewers -- its follow-up "Best Friends Forever," not so much. ABC's "Happy Endings" exited its second season on a low note with just 3.7 million viewers.FOX averaged 16.65 million viewers with a 10.0 rating/16 share in households for the night. CBS came in a more distant second at 11.09 million, 7.0/11. Third place... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/04/tv-ratings-one-tree-hill-finale-gets-small-bump-american-idol-wins-for-fox.html

'Happy Endings' Finale: Brian Austin Green Is Penny's Skype Buddy

After a second season that saw the series gain both in critical acclaim and critical buzz, " Happy Endings " (Wed., 9:30 p.m. ET on ABC) closed out its sophomore run in much the same way it began its series run. The gang came together at a wedding. But while that wedding was a disaster between Dave and Alex that never happened, this wedding saw the pair of them in a much better place. And suddenly Dave at the center of a potential three-part love harmony. Mere moments after Penny wrestled with her own feelings for Dave, he and Alex shared an intimate moment, some meaningful glances, and finally closed the night by clasping hands while watching the reunion of Max's all-male Madonna tribute band, Mandonna. But while Penny may have had some confused feelings about Dave, she had no confusion about the instant connection she shared with guest star Brian Austin Green as Chris, a man with a broken leg "attending" the wedding via Skype. They met when Penny was put in charge of the Skype table. But when their connection crapped out, Chris was so interested in her, he had a friend drive him to the wedding so they could sort of dance together. The big change in the group dynamic for this finale came with Brad, who was abruptly and unexpectedly fired from his seemingly high-paying job. He spent much of the week terrified to tell Jane, but finally broke down and let her in on the potentially huge life change facing them. But this is Brad, so it's hard not to imagine him bouncing right back. "Happy Endings" has yet to secure a third season officially from ABC, though things are looking positive for the ensemble show. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/QXOVvab-LCs/happy-endings-finale-brian-austin-green-video_n_1404808.html