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Pilot Scoop: Hank Azaria To Headline NBC Comedy Free Agents

7 March 2011 11:29 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Hank Azaria has been tapped to star in NBC’s single-camera comedy pilot Free Agents.

The project, based on the UK series of the same name, explores the attraction between on-the-rebound PR execs Alex (Azaria) and Helen (Tbd).

Agents brings Azaria back to NBC, where he recurred on Friends and starred in the short-lived comedy Imagine That. Azaria also continues his voice work on The Simpsons and most recently headlined Showtime’s offbeat series Huff.

On the big screen, Azaria co-starred in Love and Other Drugs and can next be seen playing Gargamel in The Smurfs Movie. »

- Nellie Andreeva

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Hank Azaria To Star In NBC's Comedy Pilot 'Free Agents'

7 March 2011 11:25 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Hank Azaria has been tapped to star in NBC's single-camera comedy pilot Free Agents, lifting the contingency on the project. The romantic comedy, based on the UK series of the same name, explores the attraction between two quirky PR executives working together - Alex (Azaria) and Helen - who both are on the rebound, Alex from a divorce and Helen from the loss of a fiance. The project brings Azaria back to NBC, where he recurred on Friends and starred in the short-lived comedy series Imagine That. On TV, Azaria, a key voice cast member of animated juggernaut The Simpsons, most recently headlined Showtime's offbeat series Huff. In film, he co-starred in Love and Other Drugs and next plays Gargamel in the Smurfs movie. »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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