Posts tagged as erinn hayes

'Last Week Tonight' Explains Why Working Mothers Have It the Worst

To celebrate Mother's Day, last night's Last Week Tonight took a closer look at the many American companies and lawmakers who claim to love and support mothers but don't support paid maternity leave in the US, which is one of only two countries in the world to not provide paid time off for new mothers. "You can't go on and on about how much you love mothers," John Oliver says, "and then fail to support legislation that makes life easier for them." After playing a bunch of mushy Mother's Day ads, Oliver debuted a brand new ad made by Last Week Tonight that celebrates mothers without confusing them into thinking [...]

Erinn Hayes Joins the Cast of 'Guys with Kids'

Erinn Hayes was cast as a series regular on Guys with Kids, the new NBC sitcom about guys with kids. She will be replacing Sara Rue, who was originally cast in the part but is staring in ABC's Malibu Country instead.  The Childrens Hospital star will play Sheila, the ex-wife of one of the guys and the mother to one of the kids. She's described as a real type-A attorney type. She might also be a ghost or a ventriloquist or she might not.

Erinn Hayes to Play June Diane Raphael's Twin on NBC Pilot 'Mason Twins'

June Diane Raphael's twin sister has been cast for Mason Twins, the NBC pilot she co-created with Casey Wilson. THR reports that Erinn Hayes, who is a regular on Adult Swim's Children's Hospital, has been cast as Raphael's estranged twin sister Lizzie, "an intense, successful corporate climber who comes back home after she catches her fiancé cheating and loses her job — both in the same day." Hayes also had a role on NBC's now canceled Guys with Kids as well as in Sundance films this year by David Cross (Hits) and David Wain (They Came Together).

'Children's Hospital' Just Goes Up and Moves to Japan; 'NTSF:SD:SUV' Stays at Home

Children's Hospital and NTSF:SD:SUV air Thursday nights at midnight and 12:15 a.m. Eastern on Adult Swim. By Thursday I mean really early Friday mornings.

Back in the good old days, before season four of Community was all we complained about, there was season three of Community to complain about. Dan Harmon had watched The Wire the previous summer and gave his show an overarching narrative, with the idea that every episode had to be watched in order to best understand the motivations of the characters and to better appreciate the jokes. The meticulous planning ultimately produced some great stuff at times, and abrupt, forgettable conclusions to some subplots at [...]