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ET CBS cancels freshman sitcom 'Partners' by Lynette Rice Image Credit: Matt Kennedy/CBS CBS has axed Partners, the latest comedy from W ill & Grace creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan that focused on the working partnership of one gay man and one
Partners , the hilarious new CBS series premiered earlier this month and is based on its co-creators, David Kohan and Max Mutchnik, the Emmy Award winning duo behind Will & Grace who also happen to be real-life best friends. The comedy follows two
Two television producers haven't had a hit in a while...The one that had a Nielsen rating so low that mathematicians had to invent a new negative number?...Because nobody watched it at all, we can keep not just the premise but the name!
David Kohan and Max Mutchnick happily confess they mined their own longtime working relationship in creating the new sitcom "Partners," premiering Monday on CBS. But if the setup seems familiar, it may have something to do with the creators' previous
Whether it be the relationship with your best friend, your significant other or your best friend's significant other, the show finds the humor in the ins and outs of what happens when two of the most important people in your life interact. Based on
Follow j. on and Hilarity ensues Bachelorette co-stars Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan , 30, and Isla Fisher , 36, as three women who serve as bridesmaids for a girl they made fun of in high school. Too much wedding-eve partying leads to a mishap with
The line is said by openly gay actor Andrew Rannells on NBC's upcoming The New Normal , which debuts Sept. 11. Rannells plays Bryan and he and his partner, David (Justin Bartha), are hiring a surrogate in order to become parents. A plotline like that
The broadcast networks plan to introduce more than 20 new shows this fall and TV critic Chuck Barney and Assistant Features Editor Ardua Harris have been checking out early versions of the pilot episodes. Full reviews will be forthcoming, but for now,
p>If so, you're too late to turn those ideas into a hit sitcom. But while you comb your life for something else to fuel a comedy that a network will love, consider three fall sitcoms spawned from the personal lives of their
Sophia Bush , David Krumholtz , Michael Urie , and Brandon Routh are all smiles on the recently released poster for their upcoming sitcom, Partners ! The show follows two lifelong friends, both of whom are architects, who decide to form a partnership.