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List of Matthew Broderick Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
50
13
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
PG-13
50
13

Habitual slacker Ferris Bueller makes an elaborate plan to pull off a special day off from school pretending to be sick while he shares an adventurous ride through Chicago with his girlfriend Sloane and his friend Cameron in the prized Ferrari of the latter's father. Meanwhile, convinced that he is faking, his dean desperately attempts to expose him.

Role:
Ferris Bueller
Directed By:
John Hughes
2. Manchester by the Sea (2016)
39
12
Manchester by the Sea
R
39
12

Lee Chandler, a loner who works as a janitor in Quincy, is forced to return to his hometown Manchester-by-the-Sea following his brother's sudden death. He is shocked to learn that he is now the sole guardian of his teenager nephew Patrick and is further tormented by memories of past tragedies as the funeral gets delayed.

Starring:
Casey Affleck, Kyle Chandler, Ben O'Brien, Richard Donelly
Directed By:
Kenneth Lonergan
3. Glory (1989)
26
6
Glory
R
26
6

The Academy Awards-winning movie depicts the first unit of all African-American soldiers during the Civil War. Col. Robert Gould Shaw leads the ‘54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry’ of all-black soldiers; however, he meets with strong prejudices from both Union Army and the Confederates. Initially assigned to only menial tasks, the regiment earns its place in the battle and achieves glory at Fort Wagner.   

Role:
Col. Robert Gould Shaw
Starring:
Denzel Washington, Morgan Freeman, Andre Braugher, Cary Elwes, Jihmi Kennedy
Directed By:
Edward Zwick
4. Torch Song Trilogy (1988)
9
3
Torch Song Trilogy
R
9
3

Arnold, a gay man, meets Ed, a bisexual schoolteacher, and they fall for one another. However, Ed realizes that he is not comfortable with his sexuality and leaves Arnold for a woman. Soon after, Arnold begins a relationship with another man named Alan. They eventually settle down together, and even think of applying for adoption of a child. However, Arnold is devastated when Alan is killed in a homophobic attack.

Role:
Alan Simon
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Harvey Fierstein, Brian Kerwin, Karen Young
Directed By:
Paul Bogart
5. You Can Count on Me (2000)
11
4
You Can Count on Me
R
11
4

Sammy is a single mother who is quite protective of her 8-year old son. They live in small town and Sammy works in a bank. When her brother visits her, he fills the void in her life and her son’s. However, her life soon gets into turmoil.

Role:
Brian Everett
Starring:
Mark Ruffalo, Laura Linney, Jon Tenney, Rory Culkin
Directed By:
Kenneth Lonergan
6. Election (1999)
17
6
Election
R
17
6

Jim McAllister is a beloved civics teacher at a high school and resents overachieving senior student, Tracy Flick, who will do anything for success. When Tracy decides to run for student body president, an appalled Jim encourages football player, Paul Meltzer, to run as well. Unfortunately, things don’t end well for Jim. 

Role:
Jim McAllister
Starring:
Reese Witherspoon, Chris Klein, Jessica Campbell, Mark Harelik
Directed By:
Alexander Payne
7. WarGames (1983)
20
7
WarGames
PG
20
7

Pentagon has fully automated its missile launch control centers in order to eliminate risky human element in the event of an actual war. Meanwhile, two computer savvy high school students are searching for interesting games, eventually coming across something called "Global Thermonuclear War".  They somehow hack into the site and start playing, not realizing their action can lead to WWIII. 

Role:
David
Starring:
Ally Sheedy, William H. Macy, John Wood, Dabney Coleman, Barry Corbin
Directed By:
John Badham
8. Ladyhawke (1985)
14
5
Ladyhawke
PG-13
14
5

This dark fantasy film revolves around a young thief, who unwillingly gets involved with a warrior and his lady who are hunted by the Bishop of Aquila. Upon realizing that they have a common enemy, they unite to take down the Bishop and end his oppression. 

Role:
Gaston
Starring:
Michelle Pfeiffer, Alfred Molina, John Wood, Leo McKern, Rutger Hauer
Directed By:
Richard Donner
9. Biloxi Blues (1988)
11
4
Biloxi Blues
PG-13
11
4

Biloxi Blues is a comedy drama film which tells the story of a teenager named Eugene, who is drafted into the United States Army during the Second World War. He is sent to Camp Shelby, near Biloxi, Mississippi, and he sets few goals for his life and starts maintaining a journal.

Role:
Eugene Morris Jerome
Starring:
Christopher Walken, Matt Mulhern, Corey Parker, Markus Flanagan
Directed By:
11. Margaret (2011)
9
4
Margaret
R
9
4

Lisa Cohen interacts with a bus driver, running alongside his bus, but this makes him distracted which leads to a fatal accident. Lisa accuses the driver of being responsible for the accident and the death of the woman who died in her arms. She files a lawsuit against the driver as well, but she ends up losing.

Starring:
Kieran Culkin, Jean Reno, Anna Paquin, Allison Janney, Krysten Ritter, Matt Damon, Mark Ruffalo
Directed By:
Kenneth Lonergan
12. The Freshman (1990)
9
4
The Freshman
PG
9
4

Clark Kellogg, an aspiring director arrives in New York City. He is robbed by Victor, moments within he lays his feet on the city's soil. Few days later Kellogg runs into Victor who not only assures him that he will return his money, but also offers him a job with his Uncle Carmine Sabatini, a local mobster who shares a stunning resemblance with an illustrious cinematic godfather. As Carmine takes Kellogg under his wings, demanding complete allegiance, everything is not as it seems. 

Role:
Clark Kellogg
Starring:
Marlon Brando, Maximilian Schell, Bruno Kirby, Penelope Ann Miller, Frank Whaley
Directed By:
Andrew Bergman
13. The Producers (2005)
10
6
The Producers
PG-13
10
6

The Producers is a musical comedy drama film, which tells the story of Max Bialystock, a theatre producer, who pairs up with an accountant to raise a huge amount to produce a show that they are sure will flop. 

Role:
Leo Bloom
Starring:
Nathan Lane, Mel Brooks, Will Ferrell, Uma Thurman
Directed By:
Susan Stroman
14. Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994)
6
4
Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle
R
6
4
Role:
Charles MacArthur
Starring:
Stephen Baldwin, Jennifer Beals, Rebecca Miller, Cyndi Lauper, Andrew McCarthy, Stanley Tucci, Jennifer Jason Leigh
Directed By:
Alan Rudolph
15. Tower Heist (2011)
22
11
Tower Heist
PG-13
22
11

Arthur Shaw, one of the richest residents of The Tower, is under house arrest for embezzling over US $2 billion from his investors. These include building manager Josh Kovaks and his co-workers, who then plan a tower heist with petty criminal, Slide, to break into the apartment to steal their money back. 

Role:
Mr. Fitzhugh
Starring:
Eddie Murphy, Gabourey Sidibe, Kate Upton, Alan Alda, Ben Stiller, Casey Affleck, Alan Alda
Directed By:
Brett Ratner
16. Trainwreck (2015)
17
10
Trainwreck
R
17
10

Following her parents' divorce, Amy's father inculcated into his two daughters that monogamy is not realistic, which became the life mantra for the commitment-phobic heavy-drinking party girl after she grew up to be a magazine writer. However, she begins to question herself after she falls for the charming sports doctor Aaron Conners while writing an article about him.

Starring:
John Cena, Daniel Radcliffe, Marisa Tomei, Dave Attell, Brie Larson, Bill Hader, Tilda Swinton
Directed By:
17. The Music Man (2003)
7
4
The Music Man
7
4
Role:
Professor Harold Hill
Starring:
Victor Garber, Molly Shannon, Kristin Chenoweth, Debra Monk
Directed By:
Jeff Bleckner
18. The Cable Guy (1996)
20
12
The Cable Guy
PG-13
20
12

Steven Kovacs bribes cable installer Ernie ‘Chip’ Douglas to give him free premium channels. However, Chip soon becomes intrusive, invades Steven’s personal life, and makes his life a living hell. When Steven tries to break their friendship, things take a much darker turn, including Chip taking Steven’s ex Robin as a hostage. 

Role:
Steven M. Kovacs
Starring:
Jim Carrey, Ben Stiller, David Cross, Kathy Griffin, Eric Roberts, Owen Wilson, Leslie Mann
Directed By:
19. Addicted to Love (1997)
9
5
Addicted to Love
R
9
5

When mild-mannered astronomer Sam’s childhood sweetheart Linda moves to New York, Sam follows only to find her living with new beau, restaurateur Anton. Sam takes up residence opposite Anton’s to spy on them. Soon, photographer Maggie, seeking revenge on ex-fiancé Anton, joins Sam’s quest to break-up those two with all the possible tricks, but instead of separating Anton-Linda, they slowly start growing closer.

Role:
Sam
Starring:
Meg Ryan, Kelly Preston, Maureen Stapleton, Tchéky Karyo
Directed By:
Griffin Dunne
20. Project X (1987)
7
4
Project X
PG
7
4

Project X is a science fiction thriller film which tells the story of Jimmy Garrett, a pilot, who is assigned to watch over a group of chimpanzees used for military experiments. Over time, Jimmy starts to bond with Virgil, a chimp who is capable of communicating in sign language. However, when Jimmy learns that they are planning to kill the animals with radiation, he decides to help them escape.

Starring:
Jean Smart, Helen Hunt, Willie, Okko, Karanja
Directed By:
Jonathan Kaplan
21. Wonderful World (2009)
6
4
Wonderful World
R
6
4
Role:
Ben Singer
Starring:
Michael K. Williams, Philip Baker Hall, Sanaa Lathan, Michael Kenneth Williams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Directed By:
Joshua Goldin
22. Infinity (1996)
7
4
Infinity
TV-14
7
4
Role:
Richard Feynman
Starring:
Patricia Arquette, Peter Riegert, David Drew Gallagher, Jeffrey Force
Directed By:
Matthew Broderick
23. The Night We Never Met (1993)
6
4
The Night We Never Met
R
6
4
Role:
Sam Lester
Starring:
Naomi Campbell, Christine Baranski, Doris Roberts, Garry Shandling, Annabella Sciorra, Tim Guinee, Michelle Hurst
Directed By:
Warren Leight
24. The Road to Wellville (1994)
7
4
The Road to Wellville
R
7
4

Dr John Harvey Kellogg runs a health facility, where he wants to promote his eccentric and progressive ideas about well-being.

Role:
William Lightbody
Starring:
Dana Carvey, John Cusack, Anthony Hopkins, Lara Flynn Boyle, Bridget Fonda
Directed By:
25. Then She Found Me (2007)
6
4
Then She Found Me
R
6
4

Then She Found Me is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of a schoolteacher who wants to have a baby, but instead, she is left by her husband. Shortly after, things get worse as her adoptive mother passes away, and her biological mother contacts her starts to turn her life upside down.

Role:
Ben
Starring:
Colin Firth, Helen Hunt, Bette Midler, Ben Shenkman
Directed By:
26. Strangers with Candy (2005)
6
4
Strangers with Candy
R
6
4

Strangers with Candy is a comedy film which tells the story of Jerri Blank, a former high school dropout who is released from prison at the age of 46. She returns to her childhood home, and discovers that her mother has passed away, and her father has got married again to a hateful woman named Sara. To make matters worse, she now has an arrogant half-brother and her father is in a coma. She decides to resume her life at where she left it, and decides to re-join her high-school.  

Starring:
Stephen Colbert, Amy Sedaris, Ian Holm, Sarah Jessica Parker, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Chris Pratt, Allison Janney
Directed By:
Paul Dinello
27. Family Business (1989)
7
4
Family Business
R
7
4

Family Business is a crime drama film which tells the story of Jessie, who along with his son Vito and grandson Adam, need to team up for a million dollar heist. However, Vito makes up his mind not to join his father and son, and stay away from his family’s criminal business.

Role:
Adam
Starring:
Dustin Hoffman, Sean Connery, Rosanna DeSoto, Janet Carroll
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
28. Rules Don't Apply (2016)
6
4
Rules Don't Apply
PG-13
6
4

Rules Don’t Apply is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of Maria Mabrey, an aspiring actress, who is under a contract with RKO Pictures, owned by Howard Hughes. She meets Frank Forbes, a driver working for Hughes, who is assigned the task of picking her up to take her to her singing and dancing classes. Even though her contract forbids her from dating an employee, over some time, she begins to fall for Frank.

Starring:
Lily Collins, Paul Sorvino, Steve Coogan, Alden Ehrenreich, Martin Sheen, Annette Bening, Warren Beatty
Directed By:
29. The Last Shot (2004)
5
4
The Last Shot
R
5
4
Role:
Steven Schats
Starring:
Toni Collette, Calista Flockhart, Joan Cusack, Judy Greer, Ray Liotta, Alec Baldwin, Eric Roberts
Directed By:
Jeff Nathanson
30. Finding Amanda (2008)
5
4
Finding Amanda
R
5
4
Role:
Taylor Mendon
Starring:
Katy Mixon, Peter Facinelli, Brittany Snow, Steve Coogan, Maura Tierney
Directed By:
Peter Tolan
31. Diminished Capacity (2008)
5
4
Diminished Capacity
5
4
Role:
Cooper
Starring:
Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale, Alan Alda, Virginia Madsen, Jimmy Bennett
Directed By:
Terry Kinney
32. Godzilla (1998)
18
17
Godzilla
PG-13
18
17

After the military nuclear test in French Polynesia, a mysterious giant creature begins wreaking havoc. An NRC scientist, Dr. Niko, is called upon to identify it. Meanwhile, the creature, Godzilla, reaches New York and begins its destructive spree. It is now up to Dr. Niko, his reporter girlfriend, Audrey, her cameraman Victor and an unusual insurance agent, Philippe, to restore peace.

Role:
Dr. Niko Tatopoulos
Starring:
Hank Azaria, Jean Reno, Kevin Dunn, Maria Pitillo
Directed By:
Roland Emmerich
33. The Stepford Wives (2004)
9
8
The Stepford Wives
PG-13
9
8

Successful reality show executive producer Joanna Eberhart relocates with her husband and children to the Connecticut suburb of Stepford after an attempted shootout by a disheartened participant. There she finds the wives to be rather insipid, shallow and overly obedient. Soon, she starts suspecting that everything is not right. 

Role:
Walter Kresby
Starring:
Nicole Kidman, Glenn Close, Christopher Walken, Bette Midler
Directed By:
34. The American Side (2016)
4
4
The American Side
4
4
Role:
Borden Chase
Starring:
Camilla Belle, Robert Forster, Janeane Garofalo, Alicja Bachleda
Directed By:
Jenna Ricker
35. Out on a Limb (1992)
4
4
Out on a Limb
PG
4
4
Role:
Bill Campbell
Starring:
Jeffrey Jones, John C. Reilly, Marian Mercer, Heidi Kling
Directed By:
Francis Veber
36. Deck the Halls (2006)
6
6
Deck the Halls
PG
6
6

Steve Finch is an optometrist, who is looking forward to have a great Christmas with his kids. However, his new neighbor starts decorating his house so brightly that it can be seen from outer space. This makes Steve jealous and the two begin competing with each other.

Role:
Steve Finch
Starring:
Kristin Chenoweth, Danny DeVito, Cory Monteith, Nicola Peltz, Kal Penn, Kristin Davis, Fred Armisen
Directed By:
John Whitesell
37. Dirty Weekend (2015)
4
4
Dirty Weekend
4
4
Role:
Les Moore
Starring:
Gia Crovatin, Phil Burke, Alice Eve, Philip J. Shortell
Directed By:
Neil LaBute
38. Marie and Bruce (2004)
3
4
Marie and Bruce
R
3
4
Role:
Bruce
Starring:
Julianne Moore, Bob Balaban, Brian McConnachie, Tom Riis Farrell
Directed By:
Tom Cairns
39. Inspector Gadget (1999)
5
7
Inspector Gadget
PG
5
7

Inspector Gadget is a sci-fi action film, which tells the story of a security guard who becomes a guinea pig for an experiment where he is transformed into a cybernetic police officer. 

Role:
Inspector Gadget / Robo Gadget / John Brown
Starring:
Joely Fisher, Andy Dick, Rupert Everett, Michelle Trachtenberg
Directed By:
David Kellogg
40. 'Master Harold'... and the Boys (1985)
9
3
'Master Harold'... and the Boys
9
3
Role:
Hally
Starring:
John Kani, Zakes Mokae
Directed By:
Michael Lindsay-Hogg
41. Walking to the Waterline (1998)
6
3
Walking to the Waterline
PG
6
3
Starring:
Hal Holbrook, Alan Ruck, Matt Mulhern, Hallie Foote, Kara Silver
Directed By:
Matt Mulhern
42. Beach Lane (2010)
6
3
Beach Lane
6
3
Role:
Mike Brennan
Starring:
Kristen Johnston, Aimee Garcia, Nick Thune, Henry Zebrowski
43. 1918 (1985)
5
4
1918
5
4
Role:
Brother
Starring:
Michael Higgins, William Converse-Roberts, Hallie Foote, Rochelle Oliver
Directed By:
Ken Harrison
44. A Life in the Theater (1993)
5
4
A Life in the Theater
5
4
Role:
John
Starring:
Jack Lemmon, Jack Lemmon
Directed By:
Gregory Mosher
45. On Valentine's Day (1986)
5
4
On Valentine's Day
PG
5
4
Starring:
Steven Hill, Richard Jenkins, Michael Higgins, William Converse-Roberts
Directed By:
Ken Harrison
46. Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert for Autism Education (2008)
5
4
Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert for Autism Education
5
4
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Richard Belzer, Will Arnett, Steve Carell, Fred Armisen
Directed By:

Director

Infinity (1996)
9
6
Infinity
TV-14
9
6
Starring:
Patricia Arquette, Peter Riegert, David Drew Gallagher, Jeffrey Force
Directed By:
Matthew Broderick

Narrator/Dubbing

Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery (1997)
12
2
Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery
TV-G
12
2
Role:
John Ordway (voice)
Starring:
Stephen Ambrose, Adam Arkin, Tantoo Cardinal, John Logan Allen
Directed By:
Good Boy! (2003)
8
8
Good Boy!
PG
8
8

Owen Baker is a twelve year old boy who wants to have a dog of his own. Soon, his life takes a turn when his parents let him adopt a scruffy Border Terrier, whom Owen names Hubble. However, Owen is unaware of the fact that Hubble is from a different planet and is part of a mission to take over the Earth.  

Role:
Hubble (voice)
Starring:
Brittany Murphy, Molly Shannon, Donald Faison, Kevin Nealon, Carl Reiner, Vanessa Redgrave, Liam Aiken
Directed By:
John Hoffman

Animation Movies

Adventure Time with Finn & Jake
13
2
Adventure Time with Finn & Jake
TV-PG
13
2
Starring:
George Takei, Rainn Wilson, Peter Stormare, Helena Mattsson, Andy Milonakis, Aziz Ansari, Tom Kenny
Directed By:
Bong Hee Han, Larry Leichliter, Elizabeth Ito, Andres Salaff, Adam Muto
The Lion King (1994)
42
7
The Lion King
G
42
7

A young vulnerable lion cub prince is falsely led to believe by his evil uncle that he was responsible for his father’s death. He flees, but eventually return as an adult to claim his rightful place as the King. The movie was the highest grossing film of the year and also figures in the list of highest-grossing animated films of all time.

Role:
Simba (voice)
Starring:
Jim Cummings, Whoopi Goldberg, Jeremy Irons, James Earl Jones, Rowan Atkinson, Nathan Lane, Niketa Calame
Directed By:
Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff
The Thief and the Cobbler (1993)
7
3
The Thief and the Cobbler
G
7
3
Role:
Tack the Cobbler (Miramax version) (voice)
Starring:
Kenneth Williams, Miriam Margolyes, Vincent Price, Joss Ackland, Donald Pleasence, Toni Collette, Jennifer Beals
Directed By:
Richard Williams
Cyberchase
6
3
Cyberchase
TV-Y
6
3
Starring:
Gilbert Gottfried, Danica McKellar, Al Roker, Tony Hawk, Bebe Neuwirth, Christopher Lloyd, Jane Curtin
Directed By:
Larry Jacobs, Jason Groh, Bob Morris, Brandon Lloyd
The Lion King 1½ (2004)
7
4
The Lion King 1½
G
7
4
Role:
Simba (voice)
Starring:
Corey Burton, Julie Kavner, Jerry Stiller, Nathan Lane, Whoopi Goldberg, Jim Cummings
Directed By:
Bradley Raymond
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (1998)
7
4
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride
G
7
4
Role:
Simba (voice)
Starring:
Neve Campbell, Lacey Chabert, James Earl Jones, Nathan Lane, Andy Dick, Robert Guillaume
Directed By:
Rob LaDuca, Darrell Rooney
Bee Movie (2007)
9
5
Bee Movie
PG
9
5

After graduating from college, bee Barry B. Benson finds the prospects of a career in honey making most uninspiring. Breaking the bee-rule, he talks to a human, florist Vanessa Bloome, who saves his life. As he learns from her that humans consume honey and have been exploiting bees since centuries, Barry gathers evidence to file a suit against humans.

Role:
Adam Flayman (voice)
Starring:
Chris Rock, Kathy Bates, Patrick Warburton, John Goodman, Megan Mullally, Renee Zellweger, Jerry Seinfeld
Directed By:
Steve Hickner, Simon J. Smith
The Tale of Despereaux (2008)
6
4
The Tale of Despereaux
G
6
4

This animation comedy adventure film tells the story of a brave mouse who forms a friendship with a gentleman rat, and helps restore happiness to a forlorn kingdom. 

Role:
Despereaux (voice)
Starring:
Frank Langella, Kevin Kline, Sigourney Weaver, Emma Watson, Christopher Lloyd, William H. Macy, Stanley Tucci
Directed By:
Sam Fell, Robert Stevenhagen
Wonder Park (2019)
5
3
Wonder Park
PG
5
3
Role:
Dad (voice)
Starring:
Jeffrey Tambor, Kenan Thompson, John Oliver, Jennifer Garner, Ken Jeong, Mila Kunis

Special Appearance/Cameo

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Jon Lovitz (2005)
6
3
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Jon Lovitz
6
3
Role:
Paul McCartney (archive footage) (uncredited)
Starring:
Dave Attell, Dana Carvey, Rosanna Arquette, Jon Lovitz, Tom Davis
Directed By:
Beth McCarthy-Miller, Paul Miller, Dave Wilson
She's Having a Baby (1988)
7
5
She's Having a Baby
PG-13
7
5

She’s Having a Baby is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of Jake and Kristy Briggs, who are newly married, and are living a happy life with each other. However, when they try to have a baby, they face a number of challenges and learn how unprepared they are, for what lies ahead.

Role:
Ferris Bueller (uncredited)
Starring:
Olivia Newton-John, John Candy, Kevin Bacon, Elizabeth McGovern, Kirstie Alley, Wil Wheaton, Ted Danson
Directed By:
John Hughes
New Year's Eve (2011)
13
11
New Year's Eve
PG-13
13
11

The film depicts several intertwined stories involving varied incidents and emotions experienced by different individuals on the night of the New Year’s Eve and highlights different human elements such as love, hope, and forgiveness, second chance and promise. Second of the three romantic comedy films directed by Garry Marshall, it was a huge box office success.

Role:
Mr. Buellerton (uncredited)
Starring:
Jon Bon Jovi, Zac Efron, Halle Berry, Katherine Heigl, Jim Belushi, Katherine McNamara, Josh Duhamel
Directed By:

TV Shows

Modern Family
36
6
Modern Family
TV-PG
36
6
Starring:
Aisha Tyler, Josh Gad, Millie Bobby Brown, Penn Jillette, Dominic Sherwood, Lauren Cohan, Billy Crystal
Louie
14
2
Louie
TV-MA
14
2
Starring:
Paul Rudd, F. Murray Abraham, Ricky Gervais, Parker Posey, David Lynch, Charles Grodin, Chelsea Peretti
Directed By:
American Crime Story
15
3
American Crime Story
TV-MA
15
3
Starring:
Cuba Gooding Jr., Sarah Paulson, Dennis Quaid, Bruce Greenwood, David Schwimmer, Penelope Cruz, Connie Britton
Directed By:
Ryan Murphy, Anthony Hemingway
30 Rock
17
3
30 Rock
TV-14
17
3
Starring:
Andy Samberg, Michael Blackson, Harry Anderson, Andie MacDowell, Kristen Wiig, Denise Richards, Edie Falco
Directed By:
Frasier
14
3
Frasier
TV-PG
14
3
Starring:
James Spader, Benjamin Bratt, Jane Kaczmarek, Alan Cumming, Zooey Deschanel, Eric Idle, Michael Keaton
Directed By:
The Jim Gaffigan Show
7
2
The Jim Gaffigan Show
7
2
Starring:
John Mulaney, Jon Stewart, Macaulay Culkin, Carrot Top, Jimmy Fallon, Kelly Ripa, Steve Buscemi
Directed By:
Steven K. Tsuchida, Peter Lauer, Stuart McDonald, Todd Biermann
Lou Grant
6
2
Lou Grant
TV-PG
6
2
Starring:
Ed Asner, Brian Dennehy, Kirk Cameron, Danny Glover, Rae Dawn Chong, Jonathan Banks, Michael J. Fox
Directed By:
Alexander Singer, Roger Young, Burt Brinckerhoff, Gene Reynolds, Peter Levin
Late Show with David Letterman
6
3
Late Show with David Letterman
6
3
Starring:
Jake T. Austin, Edward James Olmos, Katee Sackhoff, Will Forte, Bruce Willis, Seth MacFarlane, Lucy Lawless
Directed By:
Jerry Foley, Hal Gurnee, Randi Grossack
Daybreak
6
3
Daybreak
6
3
Role:
Michael Burr
Starring:
Joe Manganiello, Colin Ford, Cody Kearsley, Austin Crute
Directed By:
Michael Patrick Jann, Brad Peyton, Sherwin Shilati
Freedom: A History of Us
4
3
Freedom: A History of Us
4
3
Starring:
Samuel L. Jackson, Matthew McConaughey, Joanne Woodward, Timothy Francis Robbins, Julia Roberts, Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston
Directed By:
Philip Kunhardt III, Peter W. Kunhardt, Nancy Steiner