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NBC makes date with Locklear for 2004

7 August 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

NBC is back in business with Heather Locklear. The actress has signed a development deal with the network. Under the terms of the pact, NBC will develop a half-hour series project for her targeted for fall 2004. This past development season, Locklear toplined NBC's comedy pilot Once Around the Park, which was not picked up as a series. Her TV series track record includes ABC's Spin City and Fox's Melrose Place. Locklear, who co-stars in the upcoming feature Uptown Girls, is repped by ICM. »

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Locklear Passes on TV Offer

5 June 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Sexy actress Heather Locklear has finally cleared up speculation about her next project with TV network NBC - by choosing to pursue other options instead. The former Spin City beauty had originally planned to release her own show Once Around The Park. But once that failed to make it into the station's autumn schedule, reports emerged she was set to join the cast of Scott Foley's show A.U.S.A. And just this week, Locklear, who has a proven track record of boosting ratings on failing shows, was expected to rescue sitcom Good Morning, Miami. But Locklear, who appeared in Dynasty and Melrose Place, has decided to look for work elsewhere. The actress will next be seen in summer comedy flick Uptown Girls. »

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