Zach Stone airs on Thursday nights and there are 13 episodes. The TV show's cast includes Bo Burnham, Armen Weitzman, Caitlin Gerard, Cameron Palatas, Tom Wilson, Kari Coleman, Shelley Hennig, Robbie Amell, and Rory Scovel.
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Update: The cable channel has cancelled Zach Stone after one season.
Update: MTV has shifted Zach Stone to 11pm which is outside of primetime. These ratings aren't readily available.
Episodes: 12 (half-hour)
TV show dates: May 9, 2013 -- June 29, 2013
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: Bo Burnham, Armen Weitzman, Caitlin Gerard, Cameron Palatas, Tom Wilson, Kari Coleman, Shelley Hennig, Robbie Amell, and Rory Scovel.
TV show description:
This TV series follows Zach Stone (Bo Burnham), a recent high school graduate who's pursuing the new American Dream; he's going to be famous with no talent whatsoever. From Zach's attempts to become a celebrity chef or a ring-tone recording artist to purposefully going missing, he'll try any avenue to get noticed and stop at nothing until he reaches fame. Chaos, awkwardness and embarrassment ensue in this clever and timely series that serves as a comedic send-up of today's current culture of instant celebrity.
Instead of investing his time and money in a college education,
Zach Stone revolves around a young underachiever whose goal in life is to become famous. Starring Bo Burnham in the title role, the show also feature the talents of Armen Weitzman, Caitlin Gerard, Cameron Palatas, Tom Wilson, Kari Coleman, Shelley Hennig, Robbie Amell, and Rory Scovel.
Back on May 2nd, the comedy debuted to just 660,000 viewers. After the series fell to a low with episode six (334,000 viewers), MTV moved it out of primetime to 11pm. The numbers understandably got even worse.
The cable channel has chosen not to renew the series and will burn off the remaining episodes this week -- one tomorrow night and the final two on Saturday night. Burnham believes they are some of the best of the
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Dr. Raymond Langston…… Laurence Fishburne
Catherine Willows………….. Marg Helgenberger
Nick Stokes………………………….. George Eads
Captain Jim Brass………………….. Paul Guilfoyle
Greg Sanders………………………… Eric Szmanda
Dr. Robbins……………………. Robert David Hall
David Phillips……………………….. David Berman
Hodges………………………….. Wallace Langham
With uneven performances, a forgettable title and straight-faced approach, the playlike "Life Sold" is a tough sell under the best of circumstances. But it's a nice try, shot during six days in California's Topanga State Park with decent production values.
Contact of a different sort is made after much bickering among the principals, until a twist near the end ups the stakes and real soul-baring moments occur. Overall, Feig's script is lackluster, with his character holding onto a longtime belief in a future alien encounter.
Clark (Feig) takes medication and fights depression, but we really don't know much about him. One morning he comes to a nondescript field surrounded by chaparral and low mountains. Soon he is joined by Bob (Kari Coleman), a shy blond woman whom we learn also believes that aliens will land.
Trouble arrives with the portly, balding Larry (Steve Bannos) and his space-cadet pal Roger (Dave "Gruber" Allen). Loud and profane, Larry claims to have determined that a UFO will appear from a picture in Penthouse magazine. Roger, owner of a store catering to fans of fantasy role-playing games, is just tagging along.
As time goes by and no E.T.s show up, Clark quarrels with Larry about exactly whom the aliens have called to the spot. Bob and Roger try to play peacekeepers, with the former revealing that she's had a string of boyfriends love her and leave her. Even-tempered Roger, with his D&D instincts and unfailing wisdom, takes on Larry as well, but he's a reluctant devil's advocate.
Eventually they all bond over their "uncool" status in life and become friends. They start to enjoy the wait, but a rude awakening occurs when Clark's co-worker Fred (Penn Jillette) crashes the scene.
With too much gab and few memorable lines, "Life Sold" is further undermined by over-reaching performances from Coleman and Bannos. While Feig has a strong presence, one struggles to become emotionally involved with his overly defensive, needy "loser."
LIFE SOLD SEPARATELY
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Writer-director: Paul Feig
Producers: Alexandra B. Carr, Paul Feig
Executive producers: Panos C. Nicolaou,
Director of photography: Mark Sanford
Editors: Elena Lanskaya, Scott Powell
Clark: Paul Feig
Bob: Kari Coleman
Roger: Dave "Gruber" Allen
Larry: Steve Bannos
Fred: Penn Jillette
Running time -- 83 minutes
No MPAA rating
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