Remini will play the recently single sister of Stuart
The actress will play the mother of Jaime Pressly's character
The actors join a growing list of Season 5 guest stars, including Max Greenfield, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Dave Foley
Alley will appear in a crossover for her new TV Land sitcom "Kirstie"
Series starred Fran Drescher and was based on her life experiences
"Younger" will revolve around a 40-something mom who lies about her age to revive her career
The comedienne and actress will guest star as herself on the cable network's new comedy "Kirstie"
The actress plays the titular role in the new comedy from Matthew Carlson
It's a "Look Who's Talking" reunion when the actors hook up on the new comedy
George Wendt will reunite with "Cheers" co-stars Alley and Rhea Perlman
He's set to appear on sitcom, which has Michael Richards as a regular
She will appear on the TV Land comedy's upcoming Season 3, which premieres on June 19
Estelle Harris will guest star on the comedy's third season, which begins June 19
Kirstie Alley will play a Broadway star reunited with the son she gave up at birth in the new sitcom
"Seinfeld" star Michael Richards will play the limo driver to Kirstie Alley's character, while Gilles Marini will play her chef in a possibly recurring role
Rhea Perlman will play the assistant and best friend of her former "Cheers" co-star Kirstie Alley
Cyndi Lauper and Debi Mazar also sign on for Fran Drescher's TV Land series "Happily Divorced"
"Andy Griffith Show" marathons and movies including "A Face in the Crowd" will air in memory of deceased show-business legend Andy Griffith
TV Land reaches out to an aging Generation X with youthful revamp
Aretha Franklin will receive the Music Icon Award during the TV Land Awards ceremony, which will air on April 29
TV Land also greenlights "Cleveland" spin-off series starring Cedric the Entertainer
He'll play a minister in the untitled sitcom, which will be co-created by "Cleveland" scribe Suzanne Martin
"Hot In Cleveland" premiere is TV Land's most watched show ever
Even Charo will be on hand. Charo!
He'll appear with Peter Scolari and other cast members from the 1980 ABC comedy on this year's TV Land Awards
He'll host next month's eighth annual edition of the retro TV event
Cable net's annual honors also will pay tribute to "Charlie's Angels" and a pair of comedy icons
TV Land orders another cycle of the over-35 model competition.
Larry David's HBO hit lands two more syndication windows. Not that there's anything wrong with that.