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Kelsey Grammer, Martin Lawrence on ‘Partners’: ‘We Fell In Love’ (Q&A)

The TV veterans return with FX's 10/90 show, premiering Monday.

CBS Cancels ‘Partners’

Failing to live up to Monday's high ratings standards, the sitcom from "Will & Grace" co-creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick gets the network's second cancellation of the season. Comedy repeats will take over the time slot.

‘Partners” David Krumholtz Makes Michael Urie Take the Prop Food Challenge (Video)

The duo walks THR through the set of their CBS comedy, eating stale decor and destroying studio property in the process.

TV Review: ‘Partners’

A CBS sitcom that would have worked well in the late 1980s.

‘Will & Grace’ Creators on Bringing the Autobiographical ‘Partners’ to Life, Several Versions Later

David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, the duo behind "Will and Grace," tell THR about their long-gestated project, what went wrong with "$#*! My Dad Says" and how Steve McPherson was "too insane" to work with at ABC.

Fall TV: Matthew Perry, ABC’s ‘TGIF’ Block and the Season’s 5 Biggest Comebacks

Familiar faces (and concepts) are making a big splash in the 2012-13 television season and THR highlights the most headline-worthy.

TCA 2012 CBS Recap: ‘Vegas,’ a Female Watson and a Very Animated ‘Partners’ Pair

The network expresses optimism for an early renewal for "How I Met Your Mother," while Michael Chiklis live-tweets the panel for its upcoming period drama and other highlights from CBS' day before the press.

TCA 2012: ‘Partners’ Co-Creators Talk About Putting Themselves in New CBS Comedy

Max Mutchnick and David Kohan explain how much of their own relationship informs their return to TV and why comparisons to similar series with the same name are "unfortunate."

Fall TV Pilot Preview: CBS’ ‘Partners’

"The Odd Couple" gets a 2012 makeover with a pair of gay-straight best friends and a familiar cast -- courtesy of the team behind "Will & Grace."

First Look: Watch Trailers for All of CBS’ New Series (Video)

A week and a half after the network's freshman series were introduced to Madison Avenue, the full trailers for the rookie comedies and dramas have arrived.

First Look: Watch Clips for All of CBS’ New Series (Video)

The network picked up six new scripted series, including a modern take on Sherlock Holmes, a period drama starring Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis and a comedy from the creators of "Will & Grace."