Feb 01, 2012 08:00 PMTV Network - NBC
John Cleese is a comedy legend. Truly. A member of "Monty Python," the genius behind "Fawlty Towers," that dude who starred in "A Fish Called Wanda," the guy who played 'R' in a couple of James Bond movies. Okay, well, maybe that last one isn't the best example, but he was definitely there and he was there due to his legendary status. Tonight, he'll be guest-starring on Whitney as a relationship therapist. You just know that his advice is going to be... well, at best awkward and at worst completely insane (but the funny kind of insane). Tune in and hear what he has to say.
Mar 27, 2013TV Network - NBC
Tonight we'll be getting the final episode of season two of "Whitney" preceded by the penultimate episode of the second season. It may be something of a short season for the series, this is only episode 16 of the season, but 16 counts as a full season (more than full if you're on a cable [insert NBC ratings joke here]). We can't even begin to guess how the season will end, but we do know that it's ending. Well, okay, we could say that it'll end with the credits, but we don't presume that's the sort of insider information you're seeking out, now is it?
Mar 13, 2013TV Network - NBC
Everyone likes to say that they're such big fans of Dean Norris, pointing out how he plays their favorite character on "Breaking Bad." Well, we are actually fans of Dean Norris and have been fans ever since Syfy's "Tremors" TV series. Please don't give us any of that "Actually, we liked him when he did those two episodes of 'Nash Bridges'" malarkey, we're being quite honest with our "Tremors" TV series statement. Ignoring that though, Norris is going to be on "Whitney" tonight and he is going to be playing Alex's father, so there's really no need to argue -- we can all just sit back and enjoy.
Jan 09, 2013
Whitney reveals a heart condition that she has been plagued with since childhood while trying to uncover the source of Alex's allergies; Lily's new beau tends to have a hard time getting to the point, and everyone tries to finish his sentences.
Jan 02, 2013TV Network - NBC
Tell us the truth, did you miss Whitney Cummings and her sort of angsty, distressed, angry look at the world? Is that how you would choose to describe said look at the world or would you use other terms? Well, whether you like our description or would choose one of your one, the fact remains that Whitney Cummings is coming back tonight and there's very little you can do about it. We suggest you watch and let the comedic waves of joy wash over you. You just might find that you like it.
Nov 14, 2012TV Network - NBC
After an almost move to Fridays followed by a temporary hiatus, Whitney Cummings is returning for an all-new season of funny on "Whitney" starting tonight, a Wednesday night. Well, maybe it will be a half-new season or an all-new half season. Rather than getting a 20+ episode second season order, NBC has ordered 13 new episodes for this year. Now, if you watch, as we've told you before for other shows, if you're able to convince a vast number of people to watch, things could change and more episodes could be ordered. Give it a shot, see what happens.
Jul 13, 2012
Alex proposes to Whitney after he returns drunk from a bachelor party; Whitney finds out that Alex broke her only rule about strip clubs, so she searches to find the dancer who lured him into the Champagne room; Mark has feelings for Roxanne.
Mar 28, 2012TV Network - NBC
If you think that the end of March feels just a wee bit early for a television show to have complete its season, you're absolutely right. It isn't as early as "Parenthood," which finished in February, but March is still pretty early (traditionally speaking, anyway). That, however, is exactly where we are with "Whitney," which is airing the 22nd and final episode of the first season tonight. Some may see that as a blessing, others as a curse. All we know for certain is that next week there will be a whole new show in this spot on NBC's lineup. Watch "Whitney" tonight while the watching is good.
Jan 11, 2012TV Network - NBC
NBC is, just like the other networks, rejiggering its schedule for midseason. As a part of that, NBC is moving "Whitney," the Whitney Cummings starring series, not the one she only produces, to Wednesday nights. We like to think that NBC is doing this so as to move the two Cummings series closer together and wish that we could expect CBS to make a similar move, pushing "Two Broke Girls" to Tuesday. But, let's forget about that for a moment, let's instead focus on "Whitney" moving to its new night starting tonight and, hopefully, coming out of the gate awfully strong.