Joel McHale is a very rugged outdoorsman plopped in the city and made to work with some millennials who believe that everyone deserves a participation trophy. The horror. Currently, it will premiere at 8:30 p.m. on October 27.
A(nother) series about a tech millionaire trying to use his money to be way more philanthropic than the rest of probably would be, "Pure Genius" is about one built a high-tech, futuristic hospital with his money.
Oliver Jackson (left) stars as Lucas, a character I definitely don't remember from "Wizard of Oz" so I have no idea why he's here. And on the right is Adria Arjona as Dorothy. Between the two is, I imagine, an updated Toto the K9 dog.
From left to right: Malcolm Barrett as Rufus Carlin, Matt Lanter as Wyatt Logan, and Abigail Spencer as Lucy Preston. I think that's their time-travel device behind them? It's mighty big -- how do they hide that in the past?
"Son of Zorn" stars Cheryl Hines ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") as Zorn's ex-wife who seems none-too-pleased with Zorn's sudden new take on parenting. Tim Meadows (left, "Saturday Night Live") plays Hines' fiancee.
After a tumultuous marriage, Zorn has returned to the promised land -- the 'burbs -- to parent his vegetarian son and reconnecting with his ex-wife. "Son of Zorn" is set to air at 8:30 p.m. Sundays this fall on Fox.