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CBS to do BEWITCHED TV Remake?
Topic Started: Aug 9 2011, 07:36 PM (284 Views)
NavJLee8785
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Always the Panic Spreader

CBS Twitches Nose, Orders 'Bewitched' Script
Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher, the producers behind the 2005 Will Ferrell-Nicole Kidman film, are on board to produce.

by Lesley Goldberg
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/cbs-twitches-nose-orders-bewitched-221004

CBS could be in the market for a Darrin.

The network has ordered a script from Sony Pictures Television for a potential remake of Bewitched.

Miss Congeniality scribe Marc Lawrence has been tapped to pen the script and executive produce. Husband-and-wife team of Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher – who produced the 2005 feature film starring Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman – will produce through their Red Wagon shingle.

The script order for Bewitched joins a growing number of classic TV series returning back to the small screen. ABC’s Charlie’s Angels – also from Sony Pictures Television -- will premiere in September, and CBS’ Hawaii Five-O returns for its second season in the fall.

Bewitched ran for eight seasons on ABC, from 1964 to 1972 and starred Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha, a witch who marries Darrin, a mortal (Dick York and later Dick Sargent), and attempts to become a typical suburban housewife.
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Alin89
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so sick of remakes.
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Keith
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Instead of remaking things badly, why not just give up and go into full time syndication with shows that worked? The same amount of energy expended without the embarrassment.
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Nubia
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Ugh....considering this is from the people who made the awful movie version....no thank you.
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