And a new episode of Raising Hope, “Man’s Best Friend,” airs at 9:30 pm.
Here is a preview:
BURT AND VIRGINIA DECIDE TO ADOPT A DOG ON AN ALL-NEW “RAISING HOPE” FRIDAY, MARCH 28, ON FOX
Michael Rapaport (“Justified”) Guest Stars
When Virginia and Burt realize they are suffering from “empty nest syndrome,” Sabrina suggests they adopt a dog. But when they are turned down by the pound, they are given a trial period as dog owners with Michael (guest star Michael Rapaport), who ends up overstaying his welcome at the Chance’s home. Meanwhile, Jimmy tries to prove to Sabrina that he’s still a ladies man, even when he doesn’t have Hope with him to attract women, in the all-new “Man’s Best Friend” episode of RAISING HOPE airing Friday, March 28 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (HOP-418) (TV-14 D, L, S, V)
The WIGS channel has posted the first clip from season two of Paloma, which will be available on Hulu on March 28. If you missed season one, you can watch it here.
Garret isn’t in the first preview, but he is definitely appearing in the second season, along with Grace Gummer, Todd Berger, Kevin M. Brennan, Roma Chugani, Gaby Hoffmann, Braden Lynch, and Chacko Vadaketh. Here is the clip:
GiveMeMyRemote.com has a new interview with Garret, mostly about Paloma. Hit the link to read the whole article.
Given your busy schedule, how did you get involved with “Paloma”?
Garret Dillahunt: I guess they just called. I don’t know if they went through other people [for the role] or if I was always on their mind, but [writer/director] Julia [Stiles] and I were supposed to do a movie together that sort of fell apart the previous summer, so maybe it was an effort to make up for that. But it was a nice phone call to get.
I wanted to work with Julia. I wanted to help her if she needed help. I don’t mean she did need help, but if she was going to do this project, it was like, “I’d love to help you do that.” I like to stay busy, and you’re always looking to do things differently than the last thing you did. When I’m in my hiatus, it was perfect.
Were you familiar with WIGS before you signed on?
GD: I wasn’t real familiar with WIGS, but I did know “Blue” that Julia had acted in for WIGS. So I was familiar it was out there. But I didn’t know the ambitiousness of their effort… it’s an exciting new venue [in new media]. A lot of this stuff keeps happening. A very viable place for us to do what we do.
Deadline has the announcement for Hello, I Must Be Going. They start shooting in L.A. later this month.
The former Friends star is getting behind the camera for her feature directorial debut with Hello I Must Be Going. Written by David Flebotte, the Courteney Cox helmed pic has Seann William Scott in the lead role as Ted Morgan, a depressed man who heads back to his hometown to right some wrongs before committing suicide. Former Private Practice actress Kate Walsh co-stars as his sister-in-law Kathleen Morgan in the movie. A co-EP on Desperate Housewives, Flebotte has written for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and served as a consulting producer on Raising Hope. The star of that Fox comedy Garret Dillahunt and former Daily Show correspondent and Internship actor Rob Riggle are also in the cast of Hello I Must Be Going.
And a few BTS clips showed up on the WIGS channel in the last few days. The latest one (embedded first) has an interview with Garret.