Monday, January 13, 2020

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON NEW COMEDY SERIES INDEBTED WHICH MARKS FRAN DRESCHER'S RETURN TO TV AFTER SEVEN YEARS!

  'INDEBTED' TRAILER FOR
FRAN DRESCHER'S NEW SITCOM
New sitcom starts February 6th on NBC
Those who follow their trusted spy faithfully already know that I mentioned a couple of times before that the beginning of the year will be very good to us when it comes to comedies as, from February, we will have Comedy Gold Thursdays, some of the biggest TV comedians will be airing their sitcoms on that evening every week: from 8PM till 10PM you will be able to enjoy Tim Allen with the 8th season of his Last Man Standing at Fox followed by Jason Biggs' new sitcom Outmatched, then Carol's Second Act with Patricia
The number of episodes is so far unknown
Heaton and Jean Luc Bilodeau on CBS, with Fran Drescher's new sitcom Indebted and the final season of Will and Grace over at NBC! Fran's new sitcom INDEBTED, starting February 6th, marks her return to the small screens seven years after her previous sitcom Happily Divorced which came
The sitcom was originally titled Uninsured before becoming Indebted
after her sitcoms Living With Fran and Nanny which made her famous. Her new multicamera sitcom comes from Dan Levy known for The Goldbergs, Mulaney and Whitney, and Doug  Robinson known for Rules of Engagement and Imaginary Mary.

Now It's Payback Time! 
Young parents Dave (Adam Pally) and Rebecca (Abby Elliott) are ready to reclaim their life after years of diapers and sleepless nights. However, things take an unexpected turn when Dave's parents, Linda (Fran Drescher)
Abby Elliott and Adam Pally play the unfortunate couple in the series
and Stew (Steven Weber) show up unannounced and broke, leaving Dave with no choice but to open the door to the people who gave him everything.
Fran Drescher and Steven Weber play their irresponsible parents
But these boomerang parents aren't great with boundaries and the question of who's parenting who quickly become blurred in this multi generational comedy starring Fran Drescher and Adam Pally as mother and son.

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    1. She is still beautiful and fresh and lovely!

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    1. I hear the series gets better as the episodes go on...

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  3. Wow!! I didn’t realize that was Fran Drescher until you said the Nanny. She looks amazing. I usually identify her by her voice and not her face..

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    1. She is such a lovely, caring person, so happy she is back after her cancer fight and everything.

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    2. She had cancer? I had no idea! I hope she is fully cleared and back to full health. The Nanny was one of my favorites growing up.

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    3. I think a couple of times. She is taking The Nanny to Broadway right now.

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  4. You know I am always down for a good sitcom. This one certainly looks promising!

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    1. I'm so happy Fran is back! Too bad it is not on Fox or CBS, NBC will probably cancel it like they do with all their sitcoms.

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    2. I was thinking the same thing, but didn't want to say it out loud and jinx it. Seems like our favorites always get canceled :(

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    3. Yes, I'm afraid they is gonna cancel Carol's Second Act too at CBS, although I wish they would just join it with Neighbourhood on Mondays. It ain't an amazing sitcom, but I'm drooling over Jean Luc an Lucas Neff.

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