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The Warner Bros. TV pilot was written by comedy vets Bill Lawrence and Blake McCormick. “Rush Hour” director Brett Ratner and producer Arthur Sarkissian are exec producing with Lawrence, McCormick and Jeff Ingold of Lawrence’s Doozer Prods. banner.
With comedy writers at the helm CBS’ spin on “Rush Hour” is sure to keep to the comedic tone of the original 1998 New Line feature about a stoic Hong Kong police officer assigned to work a case in Los Angeles with a cocky local cop who has no interest in a partner. The success of the first installment spawned “Rush Hour 2″ in 2001 and “Rush Hour 3″ in 2007.
CBS’ has dabbled in similar waters before. Two years ago it won the bidding for a new incarnation of “Beverly Hills Cop” produced »
- Cynthia Littleton
From Special Agent to… Commander in Chief!
Levi is set to appear in Episode 9, which finds Pac (Tyler Labine) hastily staging a ‘revival’ of Our American Cousin — Aka the play the late prez was attending when he was assassinated in 1865 — so that a back-from-the-dead Lincoln can see the ending that he missed.
Hulu has yet to announce a return date for Deadbeat, but the series is expected back later this year.
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