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“Zoobiquity” is a light medical procedural that follows the unlikely pairing of a successful, driven cardiologist (Raver) as she risks career suicide by teaming with a socially challenged veterinarian (Facinelli) in an effort to tackle the most challenging cases with an untested brand of cross-species medicine.
Keesh — best known for playing Kyle on the MTV series “Awkward” — will play Zahid, Facinelli’s assistant at his veterinarian practice. The character is described as kind, strong-willed and a computer whiz.
“Zoobiquity” hails from “Bones” alums Jon Collier and Stephen Nathan, who wrote the TV adaptation, based on the best-selling “Zoobiquity” book, which examines the links between animals and humans when it comes to treating physical and behavioral ailments. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Marsha Thomason is ignoring half of showbiz’s conventional “never work with children or animals” wisdom.
The potential series, based on the book of the same name, follows Thomason’s Dr. Kara Martins, a successful cardiologist at a Boston hospital who decides to partner with a socially challenged veterinarian to pioneer cross-species medicine.
White Collar alumna Marsha Thomason will play the female lead in Zoobiquity, Fox’s light medical procedural pilot based on the best-selling book of the same name by Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers. Also cast in the project is Antonia Bernath (Downton Abbey, The Astronaut Wives Club). Written by Bones executive producers Stephen Nathan and Jon Collier, the project follows the unlikely pairing of Dr. Kara Martins (Thomason), a successful, driven… »
3 items from 2016
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