Yesterday was the one year anniversary of the finale'
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Another Fx show that I expect to be great, to fall in love with, and to be heartbroken when it gets cancelled after one season because people are wasting their time with American f'n Think You Can Dance with the Stars on Survivor Island.According to Deadline "Six Feet Under" alumna Frances Conroy (pictured right) and Alexandra Breckenridge ("Life Unexpected") have both been tapped for a role -- yes, a single role -- in the upcoming spooky pilot.
The highly anticipated project centers on Ben Harmon (Dylan McDermott), a handsome therapist who, along with his wife (Connie Britton) and their kids (including actress Taissa Farmiga), moves into a new house. Conroy will play their housekeeper while Breckenridge will play an younger version of the character.
See how sneaky those "Glee" cats are?
Living next door to our protagonists are Constance (Jessica Lange) and her daughter with down syndrome who knows more about the Harmon house than everyone realizes. Denis O’Hare joins them as Larry the Burn Guy, a former resident of the home.
Didnt realize Dylan McDermotts last show got cancelled, dark blue I think it was.
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Hurm. Shoulda watched this show. Now they are adding Martin Short, who I never really liked till the 3rd season of DAMAGES...where he was BRILLIANT. Might have to play catch up here.
Ridley and Tony Scott To Produce TV Mini-Series Called ‘Pyrates’ | /Film
And maybe...pigs'll fly.A gritty portrayal of the men and women who pulled off the largest heist in pirate history — the capture of the Spanish silver fleet in 1628 — sparking the golden age of piracy, a time when there was greater honor amongst thieves than those who hunted them.
The fact that – despite being so villainous – pirates lived by a very strict code of ethics is certainly one of the most interesting things about them and exploring the origins of that dogma juxtaposed with “the largest heist in pirate history” sounds like a home run, especially if the show is restricted to one, limited run.
If all goes according to plan, Fox hopes to air the show during the Summer of 2012.
This deal hasn’t been confirmed yet but, according to Deadline, it seems likely. Maybe if Pyrates is a success, more networks will take chances on huge, epic mini-series type events.
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