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Nia Long will star in ABC's still untitled Goldbergs TV show spinoff. She joins cast mates Bryan Callen, Tim Meadows, Rachel Crow, and Summer Parker.The new comedy comes from The Goldbergs creator Adam F. Goldberg, who is executive producing with Marc Firek, Happy Madison, and Seth Gordon. Jay Chandrasekhar is directing the pilot, which features Callen and Meadows reprising their roles on the original ABC TV series.Read More… »
Nia Long is set to topline ABC's untitled spinoff from comedy series The Goldbergs. She joins Bryan Callen, Tim Meadows, Rachel Crow and Summer Parker in the pilot, from The Goldbergs creator/executive producer Adam F. Goldberg, executive producers Marc Firek, Happy Madison and Seth Gordon and Sony TV. Written by Goldberg and Firek, directed by Jay Chandrasekhar and co-starring the original series' recurring players Callen and Meadows reprising their roles, the… »
Actress-singer Rachel Crow and Summer Parker (Saints & Sinners) have landed key co-starring roles opposite Bryan Callen and Tim Meadows in ABC‘s untitled spinoff from 1980s comedy series The Goldbergs. The pilot comes from The Goldbergs creator/executive producer Adam F. Goldberg, executive producers Marc Firek, Happy Madison and Seth Gordon and Sony TV. Written by Goldberg and Firek, directed by Jay Chandrasekhar and co-starring the original series’ recurring players… »
Broken Lizard member Jay Chandrasekhar has been involved in some of the most beloved comedies of the last 15 years. Not just projects like the cult favorite Super Troopers, which is getting a crowdfunded sequel soon, but as director for shows ranging from Arrested Development and Happy Endings to Community and New Girl. Now, Chandrasekhar has written a book tracking his journey from the Chicago suburbs into the comedy world, and fans in said city will have a chance to talk to him about it next month.
Chandrasekhar is hosting a release party for his new book, Mustache Shenanigans, on March 28 at the Music Box Theater. Co-hosting duties will be handled by The A.V. Club’s own Alex McCown-Levy, talking with Chandrasekhar about the making of Super Troopers, the other Broken Lizard films, and everything else covered in the book. Tickets for the event cost $40 for singles ...
- William Hughes
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