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|Elizabeth Perkins books CBS Comedy; Michael Chiklis co-stars|
|Tweet Topic Started: Mar 22 2011, 04:01 AM (823 Views)|
|Rick||Mar 22 2011, 04:01 AM Post #1|
Elizabeth Perkins ("Weeds") has booked the female lead on the comedy pilot, about Vince Donohue (Michael Chiklis), "a man who decides to take a more honest approach to life after a life-altering experience." She'll play his Wife, Janet, a middle school teacher and mother to their three daughters. Kelsey Grammer is directing the Warner Bros. Television-based half-hour, from creator Phoef Sutton.
|KMan101||Mar 22 2011, 08:53 AM Post #2|
||Love her! I'm still upset they booted her from Weeds.|
|Miss Rhi||Mar 22 2011, 02:12 PM Post #3|
I've always liked her too.
Does this mean ABC cancelled No Ordinary Family? I didn't watch it but it if Michael Chiklis is looking for work again I guess the answer is yes.
|Mason||Mar 22 2011, 02:20 PM Post #4|
||Julie Benz is in the cast of a fall pilot as well, so I'm guessing it's definitely a goner.|
|KMan101||Mar 23 2011, 09:19 AM Post #5|
I've also read they took down the sets for NOF. ABC reduced it's order from 22 to 18 and the two main stars have booked pilots. I'd say the show is done.
Of any of the dramas, I could see ABC giving V a third season. Detroit 1-8-7 is probably done. Off The Map isn't doing very good at all. I honestly think ABC should try it at 8PM on Thursdays. I don't know if 10PM is the right spot for it after the comedy block. The audiences aren't going to be the same. It seems a lot lighter than Private Practice and Grey's Anatomy, but having never watched it, I don't know for sure.
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