Sunday, November 1, 2009

LISA KUDROW WORKING ON A NEW HILARIOUS TV COMEDY


According to "Variety", ex "Friends" star Lisa Kudrow is preparing a comedy for "Showtime" that centers around the memoirs of actor-writer Craig Chester.
In his 2003 memoirs "Why the Long Face? The Adventures of a Truly Independent Actor" Chester has described his bitter-sweet world of "the gay son in a family of born-again Christian parents and his experiences as an actor in the indie film world."
The TV show, called "Rapture", would be from the point of view of 9-year-old Chester who is discovering his sexual orientation while handling his devout mom who has visions of Christ juxtaposed with a rock 'n' roll guitar player father who fears his wife is losing it.
The plot seems hilarious enough for a fresh new comedy show. And Lisa could fit in well playing his religious-freak mom :)

2 comments:

  1. A 9-year-old discovering his sexual orientation? Sounds a little unbelievable to me. 9-year-olds are a little young to consider "sexual" stuff. But I could be mistaken.

    Still, it could be interesting. Not interesting to me personally, but I always welcome any type of comedy. :)

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  2. He didn't consider "sexual" stuff but probably his feminine side.
    The interesting thing could be the crazy mix in this family :)

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