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7 items from 2006


Arc enemy: ABC's 'Legal' retains Posey

5 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Parker Posey has been tapped for a multiple-episode arc on ABC's drama Boston Legal. In pilot-casting news, Chris Johnson has joined the CW comedy pilot "She Said/He Said," Kathleen Rose Perkins has landed a lead role in CBS' untitled Tom Hertz project, Jonathan Sadowski has been cast in CBS' comedy pilot My Ex-Life, and Scoot McNairy has been added to the cast of Fox's comedy pilot More, Patience. In a three-episode stint on David E. Kelley's Boston Legal, Posey will play Marlene Stanger, a recent transfer from another firm. Nicknamed "The Squid" after the only animal in popular mythology that can kill a shark, Stanger is a BlackBerry-carrying politico looking to make partner. »

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Astin one of 'The Guys' for ABC pilot

3 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Hot off his stint on 24, Sean Astin is in negotiations to star in ABC's comedy pilot The Guys. Meanwhile, Jennifer Esposito has been tapped as the lead in Fox's comedy pilot More, Patience, Lindsay Sloane has landed the female lead opposite Nick Lachey in the CW comedy pilot "She Said/He Said," Roger Bart has joined Tom Cavanagh in CBS' comedy pilot My Ex-Life, Emmy winner Cloris Leachman has been added to the cast of NBC's untitled Chris Sheridan comedy pilot, and Paul Michael Glaser has been cast in Fox's drama pilot Faceless. In other pilot news, Marsh McCall has come aboard NBC's comedy pilot Twenty Good Years as executive producer/showrunner. »

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Astin one of 'The Guys' for ABC pilot

2 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Hot off his stint on 24, Sean Astin is in negotiations to star in ABC's comedy pilot The Guys. Meanwhile, Jennifer Esposito has been tapped as the lead in Fox's comedy pilot More, Patience, Lindsay Sloane has landed the female lead opposite Nick Lachey in the CW comedy pilot She Said/He Said, Roger Bart has joined Tom Cavanagh in CBS' comedy pilot My Ex-Life, Emmy winner Cloris Leachman has been added to the cast of NBC's untitled Chris Sheridan comedy pilot, and Paul Michael Glaser has been cast in Fox's drama pilot Faceless. In other pilot news, Marsh McCall has come aboard NBC's comedy pilot Twenty Good Years as executive producer/showrunner. »

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Wilmore hitched to CBS pilot

30 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Writer-producer Larry Wilmore is moving in front of the camera with a co-starring role in CBS' untitled Port/Weisman comedy pilot. Meanwhile, Alicia Witt, who had been cast as the lead in Fox's comedy pilot More, Patience, has left the show. In other pilot castings, Matthew Glave has joined CBS' comedy pilot The Angriest Man in Suburbia, Amy Carlson is rounding out the cast of ABC's drama pilot Drift, Sam Page has come on board CBS' drama pilot Shark, and Ion Overman has been added to NBC's comedy pilot Andy Barker, P.I. »

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ABC taps two to helm comedies

22 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Charles Shyer has signed on to direct ABC's comedy pilot Him and Us, while Arlene Sanford has been tapped to helm Fox's comedy pilot More, Patience and is close to signing on to direct ABC's comedy pilot Women of a Certain Age. In casting news, Jessica Lucas, who is currently onscreen opposite Amanda Bynes in the feature film She's the Man, and Alona Tal (UPN's Veronica Mars) have been tapped for roles in the CW's drama pilot Split Decision. Additionally, Karen LeBlanc has joined the cast of the CW's Runaway, and John Ducey and Colby Paul have been cast in Fox's comedy pilot Union Jackass. Him and Us, a single-camera comedy from Touchstone Television, centers on a gay British rock star (Anthony Stewart Head) and his relationship with his longtime manager (Kim Cattrall). »

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ABC taps two to helm comedies

22 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Charles Shyer has signed on to direct ABC's comedy pilot Him and Us, while Arlene Sanford has been tapped to helm Fox's comedy pilot More, Patience and is close to signing on to direct ABC's comedy pilot Women of a Certain Age. In casting news, Jessica Lucas, who is currently onscreen opposite Amanda Bynes in the feature film She's the Man, and Alona Tal (UPN's Veronica Mars) have been tapped for roles in the CW's drama pilot Split Decision. Additionally, Karen LeBlanc has joined the cast of the CW's Runaway, and John Ducey and Colby Paul have been cast in Fox's comedy pilot Union Jackass. Him and Us, a single-camera comedy from Touchstone Television, centers on a gay British rock star (Anthony Stewart Head) and his relationship with his longtime manager (Kim Cattrall). »

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Pilot lights for Lithgow, Sonnenfeld

8 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

John Lithgow has been tapped to star in the NBC comedy pilot Twenty Good Years, while Barry Sonnenfeld is set to direct ABC's comedy pilot Notes From the Underbelly. Additionally, Jay Mohr is set to star in another NBC comedy pilot, Community Service, with Christopher Wiehl also cast; Alicia Witt will play the title role in Fox's comedy pilot More, Patience; Justine Bateman has joined ABC's untitled Patricia Heaton comedy pilot; Marisa Coughlan has landed one of the leads in ABC's untitled sisters comedy pilot, lifting the contingency on the project; and Johnny Lewis has nabbed the lead in another ABC comedy pilot, Southern Comfort. In other pilot-casting news, Eion Bailey has joined CBS' Orpheus, Tim Daly is set to co-star in CBS' untitled Steinbergs drama, Abraham Benrubi has joined ABC's one-hour Men in Trees, John Patrick Amedori has been added to Fox's drama Vanished, and Kevin Rahm has come aboard NBC's comedy Alpha Mom. »

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