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 [...]
Childrens Hospital and Human Giant star Rob Huebel has a new show in development. Deadline reports that Huebel has been cast as one of the two leads, alongside Patrick Warburton, in a new CBS pilot called Jacked Up. Written by Greg Malins (How I Met Your Mother, Friends) and directed by Fred Savage, the pilot follows a recently retired baseball player named Jack (Warburton) who sets out to find a wife with help from his friend Barry (Huebel), who's divorced and owns a sports bar. Huebel also has a potentially-recurring guest spot lined up in ABC's pilot Bad Management. The Warburton/Huebel pairing sounds like a fun one [...]
Today's Lost Roles is brought to you by Childrens Hospital, which has its season premiere on Adult Swim tonight at midnight. If you're cool, you'll watch it.
Lost Roles is a weekly column exploring “what might have been” in movie and TV comedy as we take a different actor, writer, or comedian each week and examine the parts they turned down, wanted but didn’t get, and the projects that fell apart altogether. This week, I interviewed Rob Huebel, star of beloved comedy shows like Human Giant and Childrens Hospital (currently kicking off its fourth season) and movies like The Descendants and I Love You, Man. Huebel was nice enough to [...]
"Rob Huebel has become the first actor cast in Fox's single-camera comedy pilot Family Album, [which] centers on a headstrong patriarch who, determined to get some quality family time, embarks on a vacation with his extended family. Huebel will play the brother."