6 items from 2012
Happy Endings, Season 3, Episode 6: “To Serb with Love”
Directed by Victor Nelli Jr.
Airs Tuesdays at 9pm (Et) on ABC
First off, let’s talk about Alex and Dave’s corn typewriter. Good for Brad on guessing it and props to Dave for letting Alex cut loose. “The original foursome is back together! Roll Call!” Sadly for Max, he is excluded in Jane, Brad, Alex, and Dave’s foursome. He totally gets fifth wheeled, eventually getting shoved off the bench when Penny shows up with her new man, Pete, and informed by the group what character from popular television shows he would be. We need to pause and give props to the writers, again, for continuing a story arc from a previous episode. After the initial opening, the group of six split into their respective storylines, the “original foursome” together with Penny and »
- Joshua Bouye
That's a wrap!
The cast and crew of "Community" took to Twitter Dec. 7 to share some exciting news -- they have officially finished shooting the highly-anticipated Season 4, which premieres on NBC, Feb. 7 at 8 p.m.
Last Study Hall scene S 4. @gillianjacobs @yvettenbrown @dannypudi @joelmchale @alisonbrie @rashistvugly @donaldgloverlockerz.com/s/267224249
— Victor Nelli (@UglyVictor) December 8, 2012
In a series of tweets, Yvette Nicole Brown expressed her excitement (and sadness) over the end of filming, writing, "That's a Wrap on season four of #Community, guys! See you all Thursdays on NBC at 8pm starting #February7th #2013."
And guest star Jason Alexander thanked the cast and crew for allowing him to take part in the show:
I think he Just wrapped you guys...at 1am! Rt @ijasonalexander: Thanks to all, cast and crew of #Community. I had a blast.
— yvette nicole brown (@yvettenbrown) December 8, 2012
- The Huffington Post
Announced today by USA Network is a new half-hour comedy pilot Sirens, with a cast including Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Jessica McNamee and Kevin Bigley to star. Denis Leary will co-write with Bob Fisher ("Wedding Crashers," "Traffic Light"), and both will executive produce the series along with Jim Serpico ("Rescue Me"), andHal Vogel and David Aukin of Daybreak Pictures. Apostle and Fox Television Studios will produce in conjunction with Daybreak Pictures. From USA The pilot, set to shoot in Chicago later this month, will be directed by Victor Nelli who will also executive produce. Premise The series follows three of Chicago's best EMTs whose sometimesself-loathing, other times narcissistic, and always downrightself-destructive personalities make them unqualified for sustainingrelationships, »
- April MacIntyre
The upcoming new USA Network half-hour comedy pilot Sirens has cast Kevin Daniels (Modern Family), Michael Mosley (30 Rock, Pan Am), Jessica McNamee (The Vow) and Kevin Bigley (Game Change) to star. Synopsis from the USA Network press release: Sirens follows three of Chicago's best EMTs whose sometimes self-loathing, other times narcissistic, and always downright self-destructive personalities make them unqualified for sustaining relationships, friendships and most occupations. They are, however, uniquely qualified for saving anyone unlucky enough to wind up in their ambulance. The pilot, set to shoot in Chicago later this month, will be directed by Victor Nelli (Happy Endings, Ugly Betty), who will also executive produce. Dennis Leary will co-write with Bob Fisher (Wedding Crashers), and both will executive produce the series along with Jim Serpico (Rescue Me), and Hal Vogel and David Aukin...
- Tambay A. Obenson
The USA Network's half-hour comedy pilot "Sirens" has offically announced a cast that includes Michael Mosley ("30 Rock," "Pan Am"), Kevin Daniels ("Modern Family"), Jessica McNamee ( The Vow ) and Kevin Bigley ( Game Change ). Denis Leary will co-write with Bob Fisher ( Wedding Crashers , Traffic Light ), and both will executive produce the series along with Jim Serpico ("Rescue Me"), and Hal Vogel and David Aukin ( Hyde Park on the Hudson , End Game ) of Daybreak Pictures. Apostle and Fox Television Studios will produce in conjunction with Daybreak Pictures. The pilot, set to shoot in Chicago later this month, will be directed by Victor Nelli ( "Happy Endings," "Wilfred"), who will also executive produce. »
David Giuntoli, the star of NBC’s freshman drama Grimm, which has been renewed for a second season, has signed with CAA. He was with Cesd Talent Agency. Giuntoli continues to be managed by The Hofflund Co. and repped by attorney Adam Kaller. TV director-producer Victor Nelli Jr. also has signed with CAA. He was at Wme. Nelli Jr. serves as executive producer and director of ABC’s midseason dramedy Gcb. Before that, he was executive producer/director on NBC’s Outsourced and ABC’s Ugly Betty. Nelli Jr., whose directing credits also include Once Upon A Time, Wilfred, Happy Endings, Scrubs, The Office, My Name Is Earl and Gilmore Girls, is managed by Odenkirk-Provissiero and repped by attorney Greg Gellman. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
6 items from 2012
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