Good news Happy Endings fans, seems like the TV universe as a whole is finally realizing how awesome the entire cast is, because everyone one of them is bringing the laughs to either a veteran, freshman, or coming-soon comedy!
Most of the shows oddly air on Tuesday nights though, so get those DVRs ready and keep your Happy Endings DVDs handy for the other six nights of the week.
Tuesdays on FOX 9:30pm
First Appearance: Season 2 Episode 3 “Music Festival”
Pally plays Dr. Peter Prentice, a former frat-boy who’s now a gynecologist at the office.
Tuesdays on FOX 9:00pm
Coach famously appeared in the “Pilot” episode of New Girl, but then season 2 of Happy Endings happened (thankfully) and his character was quickly written out. Coach later returns in the aptly titled episode “Coach” in season 3 episode 7.
Tuesdays on NBC 9:00pm
Marry Me just premiered earlier this week so do yourself a favor and find it OnDemand or visit NBC.com or Hulu.com to catch up. Wilson plays Annie, a character not too far off from the Penny Hartz we all know and loved.
David Caspe is also the creator, so yeah, it’s got that going for it too.
Tuesdays on USA Network 10:30pm
Eliza Coupe absolutely kills it playing type-A, slightly unhinged (in a good way) characters and from what I’ve seen, her newest character, lawyer Nina Whitley will follow suit. Bring it on!
*Series Premiers October 28th*
Coming Soon to NBC
Besides a small ‘about’ blurb and cast list, not too much is known about this series, not even the premier date. Ellen DeGeneres is the Executive Producer though, so that’s cool.
Hey, remember the time Alex channeled Ellen DeGeneres in the episode “Big White Lies” (2×20)?
Coming Soon to FOX
Like One Big Happy, Weird Loners is in that strange TV limbo land of coming soon but not yet, so there’s nothing really to see. FOX’s website helpfully explains that the series is about four ‘relationship-challenged’ 30-somethings living in Queens, NY.
One can only hope there will be more v-neck t-shirts in Zachary Knight’s future.