Adios, dog guy.
In which he plays a mannequin-restorer who abducts and scalps women.
There will be more Wilfred, fred.
Is also close to a deal to bring back Wilfred.
Plus: David Letterman threatened Aubrey Plaza that he wouldn't show a clip of Safety Not Guaranteed, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Our TV critic looks at the second seasons of Wilfred and Falling Skies.
Of course it did.
President John Landgraf explains how Charlie Sheen fits into the world of Louie and It's Always Sunny.
The dog days are beginning all over again.
What reality show mesmerizes kids ages 2-5? How many NBC shows does it take to equal the audience for NCIS?
Wilfred’s Jason Gann on Bringing His Show to America, Elijah Wood’s Appeal, and Writing for an Imaginary Man-Dog
"We have what we call 'Wilfred's Wilfred' and 'Ryan's Wilfred' ... this show is a lot more complex to write than the Australian version."
From reality to scripted to all things pawn, we judge what's likely to be back next June, and what we'll (hopefully) never see again.
USA's shows, however, are not as hot as they once were.
It's really different.
To smoke pot, hump waitresses, and be men.
'The Beaver' has company.
'Wilfred,' starring Elijah Wood, gets a thirteen-episode order.
Plus: 'Entourage' producers developing a 'female-centric' comedy for HBO.