This spring, TBS is going to put a different twist on hidden-camera comedy with the brand new series Who Gets the Last Laugh? Hosted by Donald Faison (Scrubs), the series will pit some of the industry's most well-known comedians and comedy actors against one another to see who can pull the most outrageous practical jokes. Who Gets the Last Laugh?--which is set to premiere Tuesday, April 16, at 10/9c--is the brainchild of Punk'd co-creators Jason Goldberg and Ashton Kutcher.
King of the Nerds is primed to become television's ultimate nerd-off. Hosted by Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong, "King of the Nerds" invites competitors spanning the full nerd spectrum to come together to face challenges that will test their intellect, ingenuity, skills and pop-culture prowess. Each episode the nerds will first compete as teams before moving on to individual challenges. One competitor will be eliminated each week until one nerd stands alone as the ultimate champion off all things nerdy.
Steve Sullivan (Steve Byrne) is a successful corporate attorney from New York who brings his girlfriend for a visit just as his Irish-American father, Jack Sullivan (Dan Lauria), and Korean mother, Ok Cha (Jodi Long), are preparing to sell the bar and retire. It doesn't take Steve long to realize that what he really wants out of life is to take over Sullivan & Son, even if it means giving up a lavish Manhattan lifestyle. And so begins Steve's quest for a more meaningful and rewarding life behind the bar.
Men at Work centers on four buddies who work together at a magazine and form a modern day band of brothers as they navigate work politics, life and love in New York City. Danny Masterson plays Milo, a bearded writer for the magazine who is still getting back into the dating game after dealing with being dumped early in Season One. James Lesure is Gibbs, a photographer and successful ladies man. Michael Cassidy plays Tyler, a features writer who brings a dose of style and sophistication to the group. And Adam Busch is Neal, a somewhat nerdy ad salesman and the only one in the group with a steady girlfriend (Meredith Hagner).
It really is about something…it's just that no one knows what it is.
Jerry and his pals George, Elaine and Kramer can find trouble anywhere. Their trials and tribulations of life on New York City's Upper West Side can center on lost parking spots, forgotten names, re-gifting and double-dipping. Come to think of it, did you ever know what double-dipping was before Seinfeld?
Regional manager Michael (Steve Carell) thinks he's the coolest, funniest, best boss ever - which, of course, makes him the uncoolest, most obnoxious and annoying boss as far as his staff is concerned.
Everybody Loves Raymond revolves around Ray Barone, a successful sportswriter living on Long Island with his wife, Debra, his 12-year-old daughter and his 8-year-old twin sons. Sounds like a nice life, huh?
Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse follows the ups-and-downs of married life for Marcus and Angela, two characters who originated in the feature films Why Did I Get Married and Why Did I Get Married Too? Michael Jai White (The Dark Knight) and Tasha Smith (Couples Retreat) are set to reprise the roles of television anchor Marcus and salon owner Angela.
Pull up a couch and relax at Central Perk, where six Friends gather to talk about life and love. Friends tells the story of siblings Ross and Monica Geller, Chandler Bing, Phoebe Buffay, Joey Tribiani and Rachel Green.
The Taylor family is fairly typical - Jill, Tim and sons Brad, Randy and Mark. But typical is never in season when Tim's around. As host of his own TV show called "Tool Time," Tim's always good for a mishap or two and seems to spend more time in the emergency room than on the set.
The King of Queens revolves around Doug and Carrie Heffernan (Kevin James and Leah Remini), a loving blue-collar couple from Queens, N.Y., who share their humble home with her eccentric father, Arthur (Jerry Stiller).
Meet the Browns follows the misadventures of Tyler Perry’s beloved Leroy Brown. When Brown's father, Pop Brown, dies and leaves Brown his old house, Brown discovers a letter asking him to "Take care of the old--" Brown later discovers that there was a second page that finished that sentence: "--Thunderbird in the garage". By then it’s too late, he’s already opened "Brown Meadows", a home for seniors.
EARL (Jason Lee) has taken one too many wrong turns on the highway of life. However, a twist of fate turns his life into a tailspin of life-renewing events. Earl won a small lottery and, after an epiphany, he is determined to transform his good fortune into a life-changing event as he sets out to right all the wrongs from his past.