Ann B. Davis: An appreciation of Alice — the better mother on 'The Brady Bunch'

Ann B. Davis: An appreciation of Alice — the better mother on “The Brady Bunch”
It was the “great unspoken truth” of “The Brady Bunch” that Carol Brady couldn’t handle being mom to all those kids, says Hank Stuever. So it was Alice who became the successor to June Cleaver. "Whether or not she believed the material was up to her standards, she made Alice’s wisecracks and goofy physicality seem perfectly natural,” Stuever writes. "Robert Reed, who played father Mike Brady, went to his grave still grumbling about the insipidness of the show; Davis seemed to exult in it.” PLUS: 12 things you didn’t know about Davis, and watch Alice's best moments.


Pedro Pascal on his “Game of Thrones” duel: “It was very eerie”
"I've never had a full view of myself before and was able to see myself the way that other people get to see me,” he says of his fake head. "I caught myself staring and realizing that I had no idea what I actually look like in life. It's very, very strange. I had this moment that I kept staring at my fake head and realizing how much I look like my dad. They did such a great job. It looks exactly like me with such detail. It was very eerie.” PLUS: Pascal says “there was costume rippage” filming the scene over three days, that duel was a thing of beauty — a seriously engrossing, ultimately horrifying, bit of television, gruesome even by the standards of today's ultraviolent Prestige TV, Sansa Stark was the true star of last night’s episode, Emilia Clarke talks breaking up, and Sophie Turner can only watch the episodes alone.


“Community’s” Yvonne Nicole Brown: Arsenio and George Lopez were the only talk shows that invited me on
Brown tweeted her sadness at Arsenio Hall’s cancelation, pointing out that she had only been invited to talk shows hosted by minorities. But she’s not blaming the late-night hosts of the other shows. She says the bookers are to blame.


Endemol to produce reality show on Mars One’s mission to colonize the Red Planet
The “Big Brother” production company will document the training process for the one-way mission to Mars.


“The Good Wife” music drops on iTunes
Composer David Buckley re-recorded and re-arranged music from the CBS series, using a 50-piece orchestra.


David Spade writing his memoir
The comedian plans to cover his years on “SNL,” “Rules of Engagement” and "Just Shoot Me” in a book due in fall 2015.


“Orphan Black’s” Kristian Bruun talks about his big moment
"Do you know how long I’ve been waiting for this f—king episode to come out?”


“Major Crimes” adds Ever Carradine
The “24” and “Eureka” alum will play Graham Patrick Martin’s mom.


“It’s Always Sunny” gives Howard Stern’s TV watcher a chance to try his dream job
JD Harmeyer, whose job is to watch and clip TV shows for the Stern show, was allowed to direct a scene last week from an episode of the FXX series.


Ex-“Doctor Who” Matt Smith is said to be dating a “Downton Abbey” star
Smith has been spotted with Lily James.

Ann B. Davis, 'The Brady Bunch's' housekeeper Alice, dies at 88

Ann B. Davis, "The Brady Bunch's" housekeeper Alice, dies at 88
TMZ reports that Davis "fell in her bathroom early this morning and hit her head causing grave damage." She had been healthy for her age, TMZ reports, and her death comes as a shock. Davis appeared on "The Talk" in February via video in celebration of Florence Henderson's 80th birthday. PLUS: Watch Davis' Emmy TV Legends interview, and read her obituary.


The real Springfield is getting a “Simpsons” mural
Matt Groening’s hometown and “The Simpsons” producers are collaborating on a mural in downtown Springfield, Oregon.


Oprah: $2 billion was my limit for buying The Clippers
Oprah Winfrey says the bidding took place while she was filming the Martin Luther King Jr. biopic “Selma.”


“Crossbones” has a solid debut
The John Malkovich pirate drama had the same ratings as “Hannibal’s” 2nd season premiere in the same timeslot.


“30 Rock’s” Keith Powell joins “The Newsroom”
He’ll play the new human resources VP at Atlantis Cable News.


Ian Somerhalder posts a photo of his “Vampire Diaries” character’s gravestone
“Rest in Peace Damon Salvatore.”


Ginnifer Goodwin welcomes a baby with “Once Upon a Time” co-star Josh Dallas
Their baby boy was born on Thursday.

 

“Sherlock” Season 3 coming to Netflix
The three episodes of the 3rd season premiere on Monday with special making-of specials called “Sherlock Uncovered."


Giuliana and Bill’s surrogate suffers a miscarriage
The E! "Giuliana and Bill” stars have been trying to have another baby.


Kaley Cuoco really does chop off her hair
“The Big Bang Theory” star now has a pixie haircut.


“My Boys” alum Jordana Spiro is pregnant
Spiro has been recurring on “The Good Wife."


“Sleepy Hollow’s” Tom Mison weds
The actor, who plays Ichabod Crane, got married more than a month ago.

LeVar Burton is now hoping to reach $5M with his 'Reading Rainbow' Kickstarter

LeVar Burton is now hoping to reach $5M with his “Reading Rainbow” Kickstarter
"Here’s the thing,” he tells EW. "We sat around last night and figured out that if we got to 5 million dollars — yesterday, at about this time, we got to 2.5 million dollars — if we could go twice as high and get to 5 million, that gets us, by anyone’s definition, universal access. Because that means Android, done. Mobile, done. So 5 million gets us all on those platforms, and it gives us the opportunity to give the school product to 7,500 classrooms. Free of charge.”


Is Bryan Cranston ruining “Breaking Bad” by teasing a Walter White comeback?
Cranston is ruining a “perfectly good ending” by starting a “wildfire among fans,” says Ben Travers, who speculates that Cranston may have been trying to build Emmy buzz for the final season — though "Cranston doesn't seem like the type of guy to go trolling for awards.”


NFL is being urged to drop the “L” from “Super Bowl L”
The 50th Super Bowl in 2016 is using the Roman numeral "L," and the San Francisco host committee would rather call it "Super Bowl 50." PLUS: NBC is asking a record-breaking $4.5 million for a 30-second Super Bowl spot.


Is “Game of Thrones” important TV?
"The answer is yes,” says Jack Hamilton, "and precisely for its unreality, its joyful hostility toward anything like allegory, commentary, or social relevance. Much like 'Star Wars' and Hogwarts and other great Neverlands, 'Game of Thrones' doesn’t hold a mirror to anything. It is aggressively false, a work of far-fetched imagination so intricate and finely realized it becomes compelling on its own terms, disorienting and dazzling us in the ways that only the best storytelling can.” PLUS: Pedro Pascal previews the fight: "He's 6-foot-9; I'm 5-foot-11,” who are the “GoT’s” counterparts on “The Wire”?, watch a video of “GoT” stars before they were famous, inside the real King’s Landing in Croatia, Sophie Turner didn’t like her Season 2 performance, Maisie Williams gives Vine tips, and why “GoT” needs more mature sex scenes.


Larry Wilmore’s “The Minority Report” will use nightly panels to help find new talent for Comedy Central
The general concept is Larry will be the anchor of the show and the first act will likely be Larry's take on the news of the day or cultural hot topics of the moment,” says Comedy Central president Michele Ganeless. “Then [there will be] a panel. The panel will be the second act, we'll likely have a guest interacting with the panel in the third act.”


Ridley Scott’s “Galyntine” adds Peter Fonda
He’ll play a survivor on the technology-less sci-fi fantasy pilot set in a postapocalyptic future.


Infographic shows that “Doctor Who” has become sexist under Steven Moffat
University students studied every episode of the new “Who” to see if they passed the Bechdel test — Do 2 female characters, with names, talk to each other about something other than men? Under Moffat, only 57% of the “Doctor Who” episodes past the test, compared to 89% under Russell T. Davies.


Will overspeculation hurt “True Detective’s” 2nd season?
Fans speculating on Twitter for big-name actors may be disappointed by a lesser-known casting.


Chelsea Handler is said to want Khloe Kardashian to replace her on E!, or one of her female regulars
"She wants to see a woman remain in late night,” a source close to the “Chelsea Lately” star tell NY Daily News.


Rob Schneider wants his self-made “Real Rob” sitcom to be the “comedy ‘House of Cards’"
Schneider is doing standup to pay for the sitcom, an offshoot of the "¡Rob!” sitcom that CBS canceled two years ago.


Emmys shouldn’t pit sketch shows vs. late-night shows, says “Comedy Bang! Bang!” star
“The steamrolling behemoths from late night” have too often dominated the variety series category, says Scott Aukerman, leaving little room for shows like “Portlandia,” “Key and Peele,” “Inside Amy Schumer” and “Kroll Show,” as well as his show. His solution: split the categories.


“Mad Men’s” Matthew Weiner: “Now I have all the anxiety of, is this the right ending?”
Days after the midseason finale, Weiner talks about finally completing the final episode over Memorial Day Weekend, plus he goes into detail of Robert Morse’s musical number and Stanley Kubrick’s influence on him. PLUS: How Don Draper will die, DVR viewers boost midseason finale, the most random old TV stars to appear on “Mad Men,” Jay and Lou talked Shakespeare, and was there an O.J. Simpson reference?


Nathaniel Buzolic returning to “The Originals”
He’ll reprise his role as Kol Mikaelson in a Season 2 flashback.


Tom Bergeron reunites with his FX “Breakfast Time” co-stars
It’s the 20th anniversary of the FX morning show that ran from 1994 to 1996.


The canceled “Enlisted” is being shopped to other networks as it returns to the Fox lineup
The final four episodes of the canceled military comedy begin airing on Sunday. "These are the best four episodes we did,” says creator Kevin Biegel, adding: "If we can get even a slightly decent rating we can show a new home that this show has a real fan base.”


“The Wire’s” Sonja Sohn joins “The Originals”
She’ll play a witch on the CW series.


Bill Hader is back Sunday with more of “TCM Essentials Jr.”
The “SNL” alum will things off with “Bringing Up Baby."


History channel orders a Knights Templar miniseries
The four-hour project will tell the origins of the mystic medieval Christian order.


BJ Novak unveils his new children’s book
“The Book With No Pictures” has absolutely no pictures.


Harry Hamlin: I ended up on TV because I played gay on the big screen
The “Mad Men” star says his 1981 film “Making Love” effectively ended his movie career.


CBS tried out 22 potential “Late Late Show” hosts in 2004 — they should do that again!
Everybody from Rosie Perez to Jason Alexander to David Duchovny hosted for two to three nights at a time, before CBS settled on Craig Ferguson as Craig Kilborn’s replacement.


Jon Lovitz compares “SNL” and “Sing Your Face Off”
Unlike the ABC reality show, Lovitz said he and his castmates felt like every week was an audition on “SNL.”


HBO boss gave up on “Lost” after 1 season, but sought Damon Lindelof for “The Leftovers” anyway
"'Lost’ had a big and loyal and robust and smart, passionate audience until the very end,” says Michael Lombardo, HBO’s chief of programming. “I mean, how many serialized shows do that? Most shows peter out, they end with a whimper.”


Ellen DeGeneres urges her UK fans to vote for her fave act on “Britain’s Got Talent”
She’s become obsessed with the rapping children’s duo of Bars and Melody.


“The Wendy Williams Show” will air for the 2nd summer in a row
New episodes will be produced in June and July.


Have TV’s antiheroes become too dark?
There may be an “empathy conflict” with the antiheroes on shows like “The Following” and “Hannibal."


“My Granny The Escort” airs on British TV
The Channel 4 documentary tells “a frank and intimate portrait of three mature British women who sell sex.”


Tumblr blog tells you which episodes to skip when binging on past shows
For instance, you can easily skip 70 of the 156 “West Wing” episodes.


Ted Kennedy’s U.S. Senate hideaway recreated on “Alpha House”
The hideway was rebuilt on a soundstage in Queens, using an old interview for reference.


Check out images from “The Book of Negroes”
The BET miniseries Aunjanue Ellis, Louis Gossett Jr., Cuba Gooding Jr. and Lyriq Bent.


Here’s ranking every season of “Friends,” “Seinfeld,” “Lost,” “The Sopranos” and more
Here’s the “Correct Ranking of Seasons” also for “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “ER,” “Gilmore Girls,” “The Wire” and “The West Wing.”


American comic Rob Delaney lands a UK sitcom role
He’ll co-star with “Pulling’s” Sharon Horgan on “Catastrophe,” playing an American who falls in love with an Irish woman.


The 25 Most Powerful TV shows of the past 25 years
From “Melrose Place” to “Glee” to “SpongeBob SquarePants.”


Chance the Rapper covers the “Arthur” theme song
Watch his performance at the Sasquatch! Music Festival.


Lacey Chabert stars in “The Color of Rain” on Hallmark Channel
The “Party of Five” alum loses a husband to cancer in this tear-jerker of a movie, airing Saturday.


“Derek” is back: Ricky Gervais’ charming and honest endeavor
Season 2 is up on Netflix today.


Edward Snowden should watch “Person of Interest” and “The Good Wife”
They have themes he may like after rejecting Season 2 of “The Wire.”


Blogger creates “Simpsons”-inspired food recipes
Make yourself some Homer’s D’Oh-nuts, or The Flaming Homer.


DIY’s “Renovation Realities”: It’s fun to watch people fail
The long-running home renovation reality show is notable because there’s nothing to reveal, except excuses.


“Chuck’s” Sarah Lancaster joins Kelly McGillis in "Love Finds You In Sugarcreek”
The UP TV movie, airing Sunday, also stars Tom Everett Scott.


“Survivor: Panama” champ Aras Baskauskas becomes a dad
He welcomed a son on Thursday.


John Malkovich is knowingly slumming it on NBC’s “Crossbones”
It is Malkovich’s acting ability that holds the Blackbeard drama up. As Willa Paskin notes, “presumably, John Malkovich could headline a series on HBO. So when you see him in NBC’s ‘Crossbones,' which premieres Friday night, strutting around wearing tropical-weight drop-crotch pantaloons in an allegedly 19th-century cabana that looks like a Club Med—except for the flayed corpse where the coffee table should be—know that he must have really, really wanted to play a pirate.” PLUS: Malkovich explains why he’s not wearing a beard, “Crossbones” is too lifeless to capitalize on Malkovich’s talents, Malkovich is perfectly suited for this role, the cast is mostly British and good, and “CSI” was the only TV job Malkovich would consider before “Crossbones” came along.


AMC’s “Halt and Catch Fire” tries to reverse-engineer “Mad Men,” and appears to succeed
“The pilot moves with a kind of confidence that’s hard to fake,” says By Todd VanDerWerff. "It has a destination in mind, and while it can take its time getting there, every single scene has a purpose and point on its way toward that destination. This is entertaining TV, and it’s made more entertaining by the sense that all involved are going to make this ride as comfortable as possible. Yet the pilot keeps bumping up against those 'Mad Men' comparisons, which extend beyond the period setting or high-pressure business environment.” PLUS: It has a triumphant pilot — but pilots lie and AMC wouldn’t release other episodes to critics, “Halt” shows real spark with a terrific cast, “Halt” is hard to follow and hard to care about, the fresh premise results in a show that is formulaic with stock characters, "Halt” is worth watching thanks to Lee Pace, and Lee Pace talks returning to TV after “Pushing Daisies."

'The Arsenio Hall Show' canceled after 1 season, despite its renewal for Season 2

“The Arsenio Hall Show” canceled after 1 season, despite its renewal for Season 2
CBS Television Distribution, which renewed Arsenio in February, had to change its mind after three station groups decided to move Arsenio to a later timeslot. PLUS: Watch Jay Leno surprise Arsenio with renewal announcement in February.


Chris Kattan revives “SNL’s” Mango
Fashion designer Alexander Wang talked Kattan into bringing back his saucy stripper for his new fashion film.


“Evolving” CNN touts the success of “The Sixties”
CNN president Jeff Zucker reacted to “The Sixties” beating its competition by writing to his staff: ""I wanted to take a moment to tell you how proud I am to work at CNN today. Because today we have seen the true scope of what CNN is and can be.”


USA’s “Dig” adds Richard E. Grant
He’ll play an archaeologist on the USA event series.


911 dispatcher on Maya Angelou death call suspended for making “unacceptable” comments about Oprah
During the seven-minute phone call, the dispatcher can be heard saying, "Oprah has fallen out of grace."


Claim: Matt Lauer and Brian Williams are feuding
Page Six says the “NBC Nightly News” anchor is upset by all the attention “Today” is getting by NBC News’ new boss.


“The Tonight Show” had its best May sweeps since the pre-Conan Jay Leno days in 2009
Jimmy Fallon’s ratings continued to soar. But Jimmy Kimmel’s May sweeps ratings weren’t so bad, either.


“Reign” promotes Jonathan Keltz
Greer’s love interest will be a series regular next season.

Tyra Banks returning to daytime TV with a new lifestyle show

Tyra Banks returning to daytime TV with a new lifestyle show
Four years after the end of "The Tyra Banks Show,” Tyra Banks is preparing for a daytime comeback with a show featuring lifestyle experts with Disney-ABC.


Kris Kristofferson will play President Andrew Jackson on History channel’s “Texas Rising” miniseries
The eight-hour miniseries is from the producers of "Hatfields & McCoys.”

Starz will premiere crime drama 'Power' on Twitter

Starz will premiere crime drama “Power” on Twitter
The 50 Cent-produced series, which debuts June 7, will drop in a tweet at midnight Saturday. PLUS: Was 50 Cent’s botched MLB pitch a publicity stunt to promote “Power”?


Michael Strahan surprises President Obama with a question about the VA scandal
Strahan, the son of a retired Army major, got in at least one serious question during today’s “Live” from the White House.


“Undateable” star Chris D’Elia denounces “#YesAllWomen” Twitter hashtag
“I think that it's terrible that a lot of these people (are) tweeting about this, using this hashtag,” he says, courting controversy by saying that the hashtag was “rude” to the victims of the UC Santa Barbara shooting.


Report: Outgoing Fox boss Kevin Reilly wanted to renew “Almost Human” and “Enlisted”
Reilly’s exit as head of Fox Entertainment shouldn’t come as a surprise his boss, the head of Fox, vetoed his decision to renew those two struggling first-year shows. PLUS: Reilly tried to fix broadcast TV, and was fired.


Amy Poehler: "Because I play a Parks and Recreation employee on my NBC show, people assume that that is my actual job”
Poehler spoke last night at Grant’s Tomb in opening remarks at the New York Restoration Project’s spring picnic.


Montreal Canadiens lose a bet with Jimmy Fallon
Fallon will now get to choose 10 different outfits for the Canadiens mascot.


Norm Macdonald delivers an “inspiring” commencement speech
Watch the video he made for Funny or Die.

OWN will devote 5 hours Sunday to honoring Maya Angelou

OWN will devote 5 hours Sunday to honoring Maya Angelou
Sunday’s offerings include rerun of “Super Soul Sunday” with Angelou” as well as “Oprah’s Master Class” with the noted author.


HBO on “Game of Thrones’” lack of Emmy recognition: Blame high production values and fantasy setting
Says HBO programming chief Michael Lombardo: “What frustrates me about the show is people really love and connect with the characters — but somehow, (the voters) don’t put two and two together that there are great actors embodying those roles." PLUS: "Walder Frey" takes a "Wedding Planning for Dummies" photo.


”Undateable” has the highest-rated summer comedy debut in 5 years
About 3.9 million watched the Bill Lawrence comedy.


CBS reviving “Fashion Rocks” and “Movies Rock” specials
The two-hour specials, airing respectively in September and December, are part of TV’s new event television trend. The specials haven't aired in at least six years.


“Reading Rainbow” Kickstarter is nearing $3M
LeVar Burton is closing in on triple his goal.


Syfy picks up “Bitten” for a 2nd season
The sci-fi drama was already renewed by Canadian TV.


“The Simpsons” unveils a new character, via video game
Meet Chester Dupree, an unemployed slacker in "The Simpsons Tapped Out.”


Dr. Phil testifies before Congress
He told the House Ways and Means Committee that foster children should be treated by psychotherapists instead of psychotropic drugs.


Check out Andy Richter’s prom king photo
The “Conan” star used to be known as “Andy Swanson” (using his stepfather’s last name).


“The Walking Dead” gets an ‘80s remake
Watch an ‘80s version of the opening theme.


“Glee’s” Jenna Uskowitz and “The Vampire Diaries’” Michael Trevino break up
The couple dated for three years.

'Sons of Anarchy' gets a new sheriff: Annabeth Gish

“Sons of Anarchy” gets a new sheriff: Annabeth Gish
Gish will shoot her “SOA” scenes will simultaneously working on FX’s “The Bridge.”


2 “Ghost Hunters” stars are leaving to star in a new paranormal series
Amy Bruni and Adam Berry are teaming to develop a new show.


Bryan Cranston: “I don’t know” if “Breaking Bad” killed off Walter White
"You never saw a bag zip up or anything,” he tells CNN. Will he reprise his role? “Never say never,” he adds.


To promote NBC’s “Undateable,” Bill Lawrence and his stars went on a comedy tour
"Luckily, our cast is composed of stand-up comedians,” says Lawrence, who's producing the summer comedy, launching tonight. PLUS: What is Lawrence’s reaction to premiering on May 29?


AnnaLynne McCord reveals she was sexually assaulted by a friend
The “Dallas” and “90210” star recalls allowing a guy friend to crash on her couch. "We sat on the bed and talked for a while, then I fell asleep When I woke up, he was inside me,” she tells Cosmopolitan.


CNN covers well-trod ground with “The Sixties”
The Tom Hanks-produced 10-part documentary premieres tonight.

'The Bachelor' Juan Pablo is headed to 'Couples Therapy'

“The Bachelor” Juan Pablo is headed to “Couples Therapy”
Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell will get counseling on the 5th season of the VH1 reality show.


Fox boss Kevin Reilly is stepping down after a disappointing season
The Fox Entertainment chairman is exiting after Fox placed 4th in total viewers and 2nd in the key 18-49 demo. Reilly put shows like "The Mindy Project" and "New Girl" on the air. Before Fox, he was NBC Entertainment president, responsible for shows like "The  Office," "30 Rock," "Friday Night Lights" and "Heroes."


How will ABC’s “Rising Star” use real-time voting when the U.S. has 4 time zones?
It looks like the vast majority of the country, from the Mountain Time Zone  to the Eastern Time Zone will get the show live. But what about the Pacific Time Zone?


Julia Collins predicted she'd become a “Jeopardy!” champion in her 8th grade yearbook
Collins, though, predicted she’d become the "'Ten Time Jeopardy Champion,’ winning each tournament twice.”


Shame on the Spelling Bee for its new rules!
Half the spellers were eliminated without spelling any words wrong, thanks to new rules. PLUS: Shonda Rhimes is again live-blogging the Bee.


“Hell on Wheels” gets a Season 4 premiere date
The AMC Western returns Aug. 2.


“Covert Affairs” hires a new spy
Max Martini will guest in Season 5.


“Hannibal” debuts an 8-minute gag reel
This gag reel may make you actually gag.


British singer-songwriter Foxes will guest on “Doctor Who”
She’ll also perform a song on the BBC series.


Maggie Smith gets a “Downton Abbey” made
Actress Sue Johnston is joining the ITV series.

Marilyn Manson joins 'Sons of Anarchy'

Marilyn Manson joins “Sons of Anarchy”
The goth rocker will play a white supremacist prison power player associated with Jax Teller in the final season.


Edward Snowden interview brings in just 5.9 million viewers
The NBC News exclusive special tied for 2nd in the ratings, while the premiere of “So You Think You Can Dance” was first.


"Millionaire Matchmaker” star facing federal felony extortion charges
Adam Winters, 25, who appeared on the Bravo series in February and claimed to be worth more than $1 million, was arrested and could not afford to pay for his own attorney.


“American Idol” winner takes runner-up to her prom
Jena Irene Asciutto asked Caleb Johnson to escort her to prom at her Michigan high school.


Elisabeth Moss’ 1st post-“Mad Men” gig: “The Heidi Chronicles” on Broadway?
Moss is wrapping up filming of “Mad Men” and is in negotiations to star in the beloved Wendy Wasserstein play.


Man who punched Brad Pitt is on probation for crashing the Grammys stage last year
Vitalii Sediuk surprised Jennifer Lopez last year when he crashed the Grammys stage before Adele’s speech.


Louis CK buys Babe Ruth’s summer Hamptons beach house for $2.5M
After bombing in the Hamptons in the season premiere of “Louie,” Louis CK is set to own the house that the Yankees legend used to spend his summers at.


"Blood Lake: Attack Of The Killer Lampreys” a ratings dud
Animal Planet’s first original B-horror film didn’t come close to the cable channel’s other offering that night, "Mermaids: The New Evidence."


Why Edward Snowden should’ve liked “The Wire” Season 2
Season 2 of the HBO series critiques the war on terror. And as Vox points out, “The Wire’s” critique "closely resembles ones Snowden himself has made.”


Vimeo announces its 1st original TV series
The video-sharing website is getting into original programming with cannabis dealer series "High Maintenance.” The web series has already been shown on Vimeo, but Vimeo has ordered six more episodes.