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TV Land has the hots for "Hot in Cleveland."
The cable network has ordered its first original scripted series, handing out a 10-episode order to multicamera pilot "Hot."
Sitcom veterans Valerie Bertinelli ("One Day at a Time"), Jane Leeves ("Frasier"), Wendie Malick ("Just Shoot Me") and Betty White ("The Golden Girls") star in "Hot in Cleveland," which is executive produced by "Will & Grace's" Sean Hayes.
Written by "Frasier" alum Suzanne Martin, "Hot" revolves around three eccentric fortysomething best friends from L.A. (Bertinelli, Leeves, Malick) who wind up stuck in Cleveland and decide to stay there when they realize the locals consider them glamorous.
White plays a grumpy and opinionated lady who has lived in the cottage of the trio's Cleveland house for 50 years.
- By Nellie Andreeva
I have recurring dreams about Betty White.
No, not those kinds of dreams. Betty just seems to show up a lot — in the elevator, at dinner, in a movie I’m filming. If, as dream interpretation books suggest, famous people represent the qualities you associate with them, then my dreams are full of awesome.
Soon, my waking hours may be full of awesome, too. TV Land just announced a new original comedy, Hot in Cleveland, with Betty White starring. And she’s just one of the veteran sitcom personalities in the show: Valerie Bertinelli (One Day at a Time), Jane Leeves (Frasier) and Wendie Malick (Just Shoot Me) also star.
Hot revolves around three fortysomething BFFs from L.A. who get stranded in Ohio, then decide to stay because the local folks think they’re glamorous. Hey, it’s happened before.
White plays “a grumpy and opinionated lady who has »
2 items from 2010
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