Category: New MJF Projects

News and Information about new Michael J. Fox projects

“Thanksgiving” Promotional Pictures

Enjoy these stills from tonight’s episode of “The Michael J. Fox Show” guest starring Charles Grodin and Candice Bergen as Mike and Leigh Henry’s parents.

Christopher Lloyd to Guest Star on the MJF Show

You may have already heard (yes, I’m late to the show) that Christopher Lloyd, famous for his role as Doctor Emmet L. Brown in the Back to the Future series, will be guest starring in an upcoming episode of “The Michael J. Fox Show.” [SOURCE] Michael J. Fox tweeted about it yesterday.

Brooke Shields to Guest Star on MJF Show

Brooke Shields

Brooke Shields is set to guest star in three episodes of “The Michael J. Fox Show” later this season. Her character will become romantically interested in Ian, the 19-year-old son of the Henrys. [SOURCE] Hopefully this will bring some development to Ian’s character because so far, he’s coming off as an arrogant, useless idiot. No, …

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My favorite moment from “Bed Bugs”

Eve's Umbrella from "Bed Bugs" episode of "The Michael J. Fox Show"

Image Preview of Tonight’s MJF Show Episode “Hobbies”

Tonight on NBC

Sting to Guest Star

I WILL appear on The MJF Show!

It has been announced that Sting (Dune – and I think he sings a little) will be guest starring on the Christmas episode of “The Michael J. Fox Show.” [SOURCE]

Editorial: “The Michael J. Fox Show”

You're right. I'm wrong. I'm sorry.

Just a quick update to my last editorial regarding my opinion of “The Michal J. Fox Show.” Despite the fact that there were still at least one too many story lines going on in the third episode, the other weaknesses I mentioned in my last post were much improved upon. The sons and Aunt Kelly …

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Editorial: My take on “The MJF Show”

The third episode of “The Michael J. Fox Show” airs tonight so I thought I’d voice my thoughts about episodes 1 and 2, which aired last Thursday. First, let me state that judging a show on the first few episodes isn’t entirely fair. Characters, performances and plot-lines are still being tested, worked on and figured …

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Oops…

One of the funnier moments in episode 2 of “The Michael J. Fox Show”