NEW NETFLIX MULTICAM
Isn't that the cutest news of the week? Emily Osment will return to the world of sitcoms after Young and Hungry in an currently untitled new multi camera sitcom which just got a ten episode order over at Netflix and Gregg Sulkin will take the male lead. This is not the first time two of them are working together. With Jack Dolgen and Doug Mand as the show creators, the new comedy revolves around a snooty, self proclaimed intellectual (Osment) forced to move in with her carefree sister and her sister’s lovably eccentric friends, one of them played by Gregg Sulkin.
Emily Osment’s character in the new comedy series at Netflix, Chelsea, is an Ivy league educated intellectual who is book smart and quick witted but lacks the real world skills she needs to have a functional life. She finds herself living in LA without any options other than her bubbly sister, Claire, and Claire’s roommates.
Meanwhile, Gregg Sulkin’s character in the new series, Grant, is romantic, genuinely sweet, and an often shirtless personal trainer. He has a childlike
curiosity about the world and is the kind of guy women love and men… also love! He used to date Claire, but now they’re “just friends.”
|Gregg Sulkin will play one of the male leads in the new sitcom|
TO LEAD NBC'S LA BREA SERIES
NBC is moving on with the producton on the pilot for their catastrophe series LA BREA but they've replaced the male lead (and a few other roles)
and put our fave hunkster Eoin Macken opposite Natalie Zea. Jack Martin, Jon Seda, Veronica St. Clair, Chiké Okonkwo and Lily Santiago will also star together with Zyra Gorecki.
|Eoin Macken will play the father of the family|
When a massive sinkhole mysteriously opens in Los Angeles, it tears a family in half, separating mother (Zea) and son (Martin) from father (Macken) and daughter (Gorecki). When part of the family find themselves in an unexplainable primeval world, alongside a disparate group of strangers, they must work to survive and uncover the mystery of where they are and if there is a way back home. Macken will play Gavin Harris, Eve’s recently estranged husband, full of swagger and charm. Jack Martin is Josh Harris, Gavin’s son who coasts through life on his wit, has great sense of humor and an undeniable charisma. Jon Seda will play Dr. Sam Velez, the father of a teenage girl (St. Clair), he carries himself like the general of an Army.
LA BREA sounds quite interesting. I like catastrophe films, that make me appreciate even more what I have instead of focusing on what I haven't. Have a great week, Dez!ReplyDelete
Yes, you should find the older post on it in which I describe the tar pit that actually exists there in LA and that this hole in the series is based on.Delete
Watched both Gregg & Emily in quite a few movies/TV shows so, I'll probably have to check this out! 👍🏻🙂ReplyDelete
Gregg is really cool. He also commented on one of my Instagram photos! It was a long time ago, though 🤷♂️
Gregg commented on a hot guy photo? The very thought is soooo hot...Delete
Oh, such wonderful news today! I wasn't a fan of Emily until Young and Hungry, but think she's such a doll now. I can't wait to catch the new series! I hope they don't cancel it and leave us hanging like Young and Hungry did though.ReplyDelete
Given it's Netflix who kill most if not all of their sitcoms, I don't expect it to ling long and prosperous. But then again, they did have Fuller House... Jean Luc Bilodeau has switched agencies recently, so I hope the new agency finds him more job and we can see him more often on TV and film, miss him always so much.Delete
Sadly, Netflix is horrible about axing shows without giving the audience a proper conclusion, so i won’t get my hopes up. Fingers crossed for Jean Luc we do miss him so!Delete
Hope he finds a new sitcom, I need him in my life something terribly.Delete
I haven't seen Emily Osment in anything since I was a young girl watching Hannah Montana!ReplyDelete
I'm shocked that you haven't watched her Young and Hungry sitcom at Freeform, I think you'd love it actually.Delete