Fall’s Very Biggest Surprises So Far

No. 1: The struggles of The Michael J. Fox Show, which buyers thought would do better. Others: Sleepy Hollow‘s success, CBS’s struggles and spinoffs’ popularity.

Williams Tops Fox In Return Of Sitcom Vets

Robin Williams’ new CBS comedy, The Crazy Ones, debuted before 15.6 million people on Thursday night. It competed directly at 9 p.m. ET with The Michael J. Fox on NBC, which was seen by 7.2 million people.

Bergen, Grodin Join ‘Michael J. Fox Show’

Gov. Christie To Appear On Michael J. Fox Sitcom

RENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has appeared many times on late-night TV, including “Saturday Night Live.” Now he has scored his first gig on a sitcom. His office on Monday confirmed a report in The Huffington Post that the Republican governor will appear as himself on an episode this fall of […]