Fox to Air Series Finale of Hector Elizondo’s Long-Running Series “Last Man Standing” in May

Hector Elizondo is ready for his last hurrah…

Fox has announced the series finale date for Last Man Standing, starring the 84-year-old Spanish-Puerto Rican actor.

Hector Elizondo

The hour-long series finale will air on Thursday, May 20 from 9:00 – 10:00 pm ET/PT on Fox.

In October, the network revealed that the Tim Allen-fronted sitcom will end with its ninth season.

Last Man Standing stars Tim Allen as Mike Baxter, a happily married father of three daughters, who usually finds himself the odd man out in a home dominated by women.

In addition to Allen and Elizondo, the series also stars Nancy Travis, Vanessa Baxter, Amanda Fuller, Kristin Baxter, Molly McCook, Mandy BaxterAnderson, Christoph Sanders, Kyle Anderson, Jordan Masterson, Ryan Vogelson, Jonathan Adams, Chuck Larabee, Krista Marie Yu.

Victor Gonzalez to Direct the Netflix Comedy Pilot “OK Boomer”

Victor Gonzalez’s Hollywood career is boomin’

The Latino director is set to helm OK Boomer, a multi-camera comedy pilot set to star Patti LuPone and Erinn Hayes as the adult leads.


From creator Todd Linden, the late Jamie TarsesFanfare and Sony Pictures Television where the company continues to be based.

Written by Linden, OK Boomer centers on Barbara (LuPone), a self-centered boomer who shows up at her estranged daughter Sarah’s (Hayes) house hoping to live off the family’s money, but forms an unexpected bond with her progressive granddaughter who’s quick to challenge her on their differing views — of which there are plenty.

Gonzalez, the primary series director of Last Man Standing, has a development deal with Kapital Entertainment. He’s repped by Paradigm.

Hector Elizondo to Star in NBC’s Comedy Pilot “Guess Who Died”

Hector Elizondo is preparing for Senior living…

The 81-year-old Puerto Rican actor has been cast as one of the leads in NBC’s single-camera comedy pilot Guess Who Died.

Hector Elizondo

Elizondo will star opposite Holland Taylor in the project, which hails from Norman Lear and Peter Tolan.

NBC has given the project has a pilot production commitment.

From Sony Pictures Television, Guess Who Died is based on Lear’s personal experiences. It’s described as a humorous and inspiring look at the shared joys and challenges we all experience at any stage of life.

The comedy is set in the Las Esperanzado Senior Community in Palm Springs. It centers on Murray (Elizondo), a retired music executive who is positive and upbeat with sparkling eyes and a keen, sharp and wonderful sense of humor. After the death of his beloved wife, he realizes he’s fallen in love with his sister-in-law, Patricia, a former American Airlines flight attendant, who can be a little too proper at times, but she’s sharp as a tack with a great sense of humor.

Elizondo, the voice of Fiero on Disney’s Elena of Avalor, most recently starred on ABC’s popular comedy series Last Man Standing, which had a successful six-season run on the network. His other credits include Grey’s Anatomy, Cane and Chicago Hope.

Fox Orders Additional Episodes of Carla Jimenez’s Sitcom “The Mick”

Carla Jimenez will micking things up for longer this season…

Fox has ordered seven additional episodes of its Kaitlin Olson-starrer The Mick, featuring the 43-year-old Latina actress, bringing the Season 2 total to 20, three more episodes than it produced in Season 1.

Carla Jimenez, The Mick,

The series launched last season as a midseason show with a 13-episode order, which is the norm for midseason starts.

Fox moved The Mick to Tuesdays at 9:00 pm ET this season, as a lead-in to Brooklyn Nine-Nine and the show has done well in the new time slot. The Season 2 premiere in September drew 2.8 million viewers and 0.9 demo rating, besting its numbers for the Season 1 finale.

The Mick is a comedy about an unapologetic degenerate (Olson) who suddenly finds herself stuck raising her spoiled niece (Sofia Black-D’Elia) and nephews (Thomas Barbusca, newcomer Jack Stanton) in affluent Greenwich, CT. It’s pretty much everything she never wanted. Regardless, she’s determined to rise to the occasion and transform these little monsters into honest, hard-working, decent members of society – something she knows absolutely nothing about.

Jimenez, who has appeared on Raising Hope and Last Man Standing, portrays Alba, the Pemberton’s maid.

Produced by 20th Century Fox TelevisionThe Mick was created/written by John Chernin and Dave Chernin.

TNT Renews Botto’s “Good Behavior” for a Second Season

Juan Diego Botto is preparing for another year of good behavior.

TNT has renewed Good Behavior, starring the 41-year-old Argentine-Spanish actor, for a second season.

Juan Diego Botto

Based on the Letty Dobesh books by Blake Crouch, the drama stars Michelle Dockery as Letty, a thief and con artist fresh out of prison trying to stay afloat and reunite with her young son.

Crouch executive produces with Chad Hodge, who serves as showrunner, Marty Adelstein (Prison Break) and Becky Clements (Last Man Standing) of ITV‘s Tomorrow Studios.

“Fueled by unsinkable characters on a dangerous search for belonging, love and family, Good Behavior is addictive television,” said TNT executive vice president of original programming Sarah Aubrey. “Millions of viewers have fallen hard for this sexy, complicated couple, and in season two, Letty and Javier will give us plenty more to obsess about.”

Coming in just below other TNT original dramas, at least in traditional measurements, Good Behavior typically earns around 1.5 million viewers once live-plus-3 lifts are factored in. However, as it has with its other young dramas, TNT made sure to tout multiplatform viewing for Good Behavior in its pickup announcement Saturday. According to the cabler, Good Behavior has reached an average of 4.4 million viewers per episode across TNT’s digital and mobile platforms.

It’s Botto’s first starring role in American television.

Jimenez to Star in the Fox Comedy Pilot “The Mick”

Carla Jimenez has landed a new television gig… 

The 37-year-old Latina actress has booked a series regular role opposite Kaitlin Olson in the Fox comedy pilot The Mick.

Carla Jimenez

Written by John and Dave Chernin, The Mick centers on Mackenzie “Mickey” Murphy (Olson), a hard-living, foul-mouthed, cigarette-smoking woman who moves to affluent

Greenwich, CT to raise the spoiled kids of her wealthy sister who has fled the country to avoid a federal indictment. She quickly learns what the rest of us already know — other people’s children are awful.

Jimenez will play Alba, the Pembertons’ housekeeper who gets along famously with Mickey.

She previously recurred on Growing Up Fisher, Last Man Standing, and Raising Hope.

Sigler to Star in the Period Western “Justice”

It’s justice for Jamie-Lynn Sigler

The 34-year-old half-Cuban American actress and former The Sopranos star has been cast in in Justice, a period Western to be directed by Richard Gabai.

Jamie-Lynn Sigler

Set in 1868, the action adventure film centers on an old abandoned mine that’s being transformed into a military stronghold by a corrupt mayor and a band of bloodthirsty outlaws hell-bent on re-energizing the just-ended Civil War. When a U.S. Marshal comes to town and finds out that his brother has been murdered, his search for the killer takes him on a life-or-death struggle for a much greater cause.

Sigler’s co-stars include Robert Carradine, Stephen Lang, Ellen Hollman and John Lewis.

Lewis and Shawn Justice wrote the script, and principal photography kicks off next week at Bonanza Creek Ranch in Albuquerque.

Sigler’s previous credits include appearances on CSI Cyber, Dads and Last Man Standing.

Sigler Cast in NBC’s Jimmy Fallon Comedy Project

Following guest-starring roles on Ugly Betty, Entourage and Last Man Standing, Jamie-Lynn Sigler could be making her triumphant return to primetime television as a series regular.

The 30-year-old half-Cuban actress, best known as Meadow Soprano on HBO’s The Sopranos, has joined the cast of NBC’s Jimmy Fallon comedy project DILFs.

Jamie-Lynn Sigler

The multi-camera comedy, written by Charlie Grandy, centers on three 30-something guys enjoying the adventures of parenting despite the fact they haven’t grown up themselves.

Sigler will play the cute, bubbly wife of one of them (Zach Cregger).

Elizondo’s “Last Man Standing” Extended…

Well, color me happy! It looks like you’ll be seeing more of Hector Elizondo on television this season…

ABC has ordered two more episodes the new comedy series Last Man Standing, which stars the 75-year-old actor as Ed Alzate, Mike’s boss (Tim Allen).

Hector Elizondo

That brings the total episode count for the multi-camera family comedy to 24, which airs on Tuesday nights.

The series has averaged 10.6 million viewers and a 3.1 rating/9 share in adults 18-49.