Articles about G.C.B.: Season 1

'Family Weekend' Star Kristin Chenoweth On How the Bible Belt Killed 'GCB' and What She Thought of Seth MacFarlane's Oscar Performance
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Kristin Chenoweth, G.c.b.: Season 1, Family Weekend
oined by her adorable pooch Maddie in her lap, Chenoweth sat down with Indiewire at New York's Crosby Street Hotel to discuss "Family Weekend," her recent Oscars' experience and "GCB"'s all-too-short run on ABC.
Added by on 3/29/13
Was 'The Mob Doctor' the worst title in TV history?
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@EW remembers some terrible titles in TV history.
Source: insidetv.ew.com
Added by on 1/9/13
From Ghostbusters to GCB, the many roles of Annie Potts
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After small but memorable roles in such iconic '80s movies as "Ghostbusters" and "Pretty In Pink," Annie Potts - @Casamayhem - made a major splash as part of the cast of the sitcom Designing Women. She talks here to @TheAVClub about her new television role on @GCB and some of her random roles.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 5/6/12
Sweet Tea and Tart Women
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Robert Harling, G.c.b.: Season 1
Robert Harling, who wrote "Steel Magnolias" and a string of chick flicks, has turned to television, where viperous women strike in "GCB," beginning Sunday on ABC.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 3/29/12
The 4 Female Characters You'll See on TV for the Foreseeable Future
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As the women-in-comedy trend grows, certain archetypes for fictional funny ladies are emerging in television. Here's the 4 main ones from @AlyssaRosenberg in @TheAtlantic
Added by on 1/19/12
Robert Harling, Darren Star breathe life into 'GCB'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: G.c.b.: Season 1, Leslie Bibb, Kristin Chenoweth
The new ABC show based on Kim Gatlin's novel about a 'mean girl' forced to move home, stars Leslie Bibb (@OfficialLeslieB) and Kristin Chenoweth. An interview with the two stars here in @latimes.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 1/8/12
15 New TV Shows to Look Forward to This Year
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In the television world, 2012 brings new hope for fans of musicals, thrillers, Lost-style mysteries, and more. Here's a look at the 15 shows @theatlantic is most excited about.
Added by on 1/4/12
'Family Weekend' Star Kristin Chenoweth On How the Bible Belt Killed 'GCB' and What She Thought of Seth MacFarlane's Oscar Performance
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Kristin Chenoweth, G.c.b.: Season 1, Family Weekend
oined by her adorable pooch Maddie in her lap, Chenoweth sat down with Indiewire at New York's Crosby Street Hotel to discuss "Family Weekend," her recent Oscars' experience and "GCB"'s all-too-short run on ABC.
Added by on 3/29/13
From Ghostbusters to GCB, the many roles of Annie Potts
Interesting
After small but memorable roles in such iconic '80s movies as "Ghostbusters" and "Pretty In Pink," Annie Potts - @Casamayhem - made a major splash as part of the cast of the sitcom Designing Women. She talks here to @TheAVClub about her new television role on @GCB and some of her random roles.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 5/6/12
Sweet Tea and Tart Women
Interesting
Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Robert Harling, G.c.b.: Season 1
Robert Harling, who wrote "Steel Magnolias" and a string of chick flicks, has turned to television, where viperous women strike in "GCB," beginning Sunday on ABC.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 3/29/12
Robert Harling, Darren Star breathe life into 'GCB'
Interesting
Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: G.c.b.: Season 1, Leslie Bibb, Kristin Chenoweth
The new ABC show based on Kim Gatlin's novel about a 'mean girl' forced to move home, stars Leslie Bibb (@OfficialLeslieB) and Kristin Chenoweth. An interview with the two stars here in @latimes.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 1/8/12
Was 'The Mob Doctor' the worst title in TV history?
Interesting
@EW remembers some terrible titles in TV history.
Source: insidetv.ew.com
Added by on 1/9/13
The 4 Female Characters You'll See on TV for the Foreseeable Future
Interesting
As the women-in-comedy trend grows, certain archetypes for fictional funny ladies are emerging in television. Here's the 4 main ones from @AlyssaRosenberg in @TheAtlantic
Added by on 1/19/12
15 New TV Shows to Look Forward to This Year
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In the television world, 2012 brings new hope for fans of musicals, thrillers, Lost-style mysteries, and more. Here's a look at the 15 shows @theatlantic is most excited about.
Added by on 1/4/12