The Mindy Project's Adam Pally guest hosted Friday's Late Late Show with some help from Ben Schwartz, and the result was the kind of wonderful late night weirdness you don't see on TV these days. Add in Pally's interviews with Martellus Bennett, Beth Stern, and Eric Andre and it gets even weirder. Watch the full episode above.
Happy Endings star Adam Pally is working on a new show, behind the camera this time. THR reports that Pally is producing a new untitled comedy created by Dan Gregor and Doug Mand, a writing team who have been working on How I Met Your Mother since 2010. The single-camera show follows a pair of friends who become rich after developing a successful mobile app.
Pally, who was added to the cast of Fox's The Mindy Project this season in the wake of Happy Endings' cancelation, currently has no plans to star in the potential series. Before landing their first sitcom jobs, Pally, Gregor, and Mand came up [...]
Happy Endings may be canceled, but its cast is having no trouble finding work. Following last week's news that Happy Endings' Damon Wayans Jr. has returned to New Girl for a recurring role in the new season, another Happy Endings star is joining a Fox sitcom for a multi-episode arc. TV Line reports that Adam Pally will have have a recurring role on the upcoming second season of The Mindy Project as a new doctor at the OB/GYN office where Mindy Kaling's character works. Still not as cool as Happy Endings coming back would be, but good news nonetheless.
Comedic actors T.J. Miller (Yogi Bear), Adam Pally (Happy Endings), and Thomas Middleditch (The Campaign) are playing the lead roles in Search Party, a big studio comedy that's set to start filming this week. The movie will mark the directorial debut of Scot Armstrong, who served as a screenwriter on Old School, Road Trip, and The Hangover Part II. Search Party follows two roommates (Miller, Pally) who go on a dangerous journey to rescue their friend Nardo (Middleditch) after he finds himself stranded and naked in Mexico. Miller will play lewd, fast-talking slob, while Pally will play his uptight sidekick. The movie was set up at Columbia two [...]
Zack Morris himself, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, has been booked on Happy Endings to play Max's "new mysterious roommate" Chase.
And speaking of Max, Adam Pally just did a great interview with the AV Club about his character, the show, and what we can expect in the new season (that starts tonight!): I’m looking forward to season three. I’m going to be getting to do a lot of stuff with Damon because Brad is out of a job, so Max is showing Brad how to live as a street survivor, and I think there’s a lot of fun stuff in store there. I’m also looking forward to playing a [...]