While there are certainly some sitcoms out there that knew exactly what they were doing straight out of the gate, most of our most beloved sitcoms took a while to find their voice. "The Office" didn't really become "The Office" until season 2 came along and softened up Michael's edges. Most of the characters of "Parks and Recreation" were shadows of their future selves in the first season. The first episode of "Seinfeld" didn't even have Elaine in it.
AUSTIN, Texas — “Scrubs” actress Sarah Chalke got stuck in an elevator during the ATX TV Festival on Saturday while on her way to meet up with the cast of the hit series. While explaining how her real-life unlucky streaks mimic those of her character Elliot Reid, Chalke revealed the incident, which occurred right when she landed in Austin, Texas, over the weekend. “I was getting on the elevator to go meet everybody thinking, ‘What an uneventful journey, I do not have a travel story,’ and I got in elevator and I got stuck in it,” she told the crowd during the...
These past two years have been no laughing matter for the medical community, but Scrubs is here to bring some levity to our lives. EW can exclusively announce that the beloved medical dramedy will have a cast reunion at the ATX TV festival in June. Cast members Zach Braff, Donald...
Birthday wishes go out to Paul Reubens, Sarah Chalke and all the other celebrities with birthdays today. Check out our slideshow below to see photos of famous people turning a year older on August 27th and learn an interesting fact about each of them. Actor Paul Reubens turns 69. Fun...
Everyone’s favorite wine-drinking interdimensional matriarch is back, and this time there’s two of her. Ahead of the premiere of Rick and Morty Season 5, Decider spoke to Sarah Chalke about what’s in store for Beth in this latest installment. And in case you’re wondering: yes, last season’s big twist has changed things.
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Rick and Morty Season 5 is on the way, and while fans are always excited for new episodes of the Adult Swim series, this season feels different. Creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon still have more guaranteed seasons after this, which means there's an opportunity to set up arcs for characters and do many other cool things. Beth voice actress Sarah Chalke was able to tease some of those details, with only weeks to go before the premiere.
It’s no small thing for a new show to get greenlit for a second season. Many pilots and one-season wonders get the chop, and a second season pick-up could mean the difference between a hit and a cancellation. That must be why Firefly Lane stars Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke have been so excited on Instagram - Netflix just renewed the time-hopping drama for Season 2.
Viewers are getting more of Firefly Lane. Netflix has ordered a second season of the drama which stars Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke as a pair of best friends who help each other through life. The new season will arrive in 2022. Netflix revealed the following about the series in...
The drama based on Kristin Hannah's book performed well for the streamer following its February release.
Most people know actress Sarah Chalke from her time as the second Becky Conner on the ABC sitcom, “Roseanne,” but more recently, she is a rising star on the new Netflix series, “Firefly Lane.” She is also known for her role as Elliot Reid on the comedy series, “Scrubs,” and Stella Zinman on the CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother.”
Though the popular sitcom Scrubs has been off the air for over ten years at this point, the series has remained popular thanks to constant syndication reruns over the years and streaming availability on Netflix/Hulu. Even with all the years behind them, and tragically the death of some key cast members, there's still some clamor for more like with any other remotely popular property. Speaking in a new interview, series star Sarah Chalke was asked about a reunion or reboot of Scrubs happening in the future, and she confirms that not only is she game, but there have been talks!
Sarah Chalke insists she doesn’t know if “Firefly Lane” is getting a second season. “From your mouth,” she says when I ask her about the future of the Netflix series on the latest episode of the “Just for Variety” podcast. “I’m so hopeful.”. The series follows the lives of childhood...