2011 Fall Tv
May 17, 2011 by Post Team
2011 Fall Tv, Fox officially announced its schedule for the 2011/2012 seasons with the press on 16 May and the beginning of the fall is worth the three hours of “X Factor” (the new competition from imports of Simon Cowell) and long-awaited debut of the big-budget “Terra Nova”.
Since the word of pick-ups and cancellations ran over the week before the big announcement, there are not many surprises here – but apparently the network plans to broadcast at least one piece of “Bones” episodes before Emily Deschanel stars maternity leave the production curbs, leaving space for spin-off “The Seeker.” NTQuMTU4LjE1Mi44MA==
And speaking of Deschanels, Zooey series, “New Girl” gets a prime position “Glee” on Tuesdays. Fox sitcom is now called New Girl, which will air on Tuesday night after Glee. New Girl stars Zooey Deschanel, who plays Jessica, a woman in her thirties who moves in with a group of children following a bad breakup. More details and some pictures of this new Fox comedy ahead!
New Girl Zooey Deschanel brings to the small screen in a starring role, in the same network as his sister Emily (star of Bones). Deschanel participation is sufficient to give this some initial appeal, however, have recently seen the movie without conditions; I am more concerned that I might have been. Not only New Girl star Jake Johnson, who appeared in No Strings Attached with stars Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher, but this new Fox series was written by Liz Meriwether, who wrote the screenplay for the film. Strings I expected to be a fairly predictable rom-com and in many ways, but I still find the charming story and dialogue is surprisingly fresh and funny. If Meriwether brings some of that New Girl, we’re in luck.
A summary of Fox for the series and below is some pictures. It should be noted that while Fox has Damon Wayans Jr. ready to play Roommate # 3, but with ABC renews coach Happy Endings, it is likely that Fox will be recast, which is unfortunate as it would be another great reason to look New Girl later.
NEW GIRL (working title) is a new single-camera comedy by Liz Meriwether (“No Strings Attached”) that features a young cast and has a fresh look and scandalous in modern male / female relationships. JESS DAY (Zooey Deschanel, (500) Days of Summer) is an offbeat and adorable girl in her 20s, after a bad breakup, moves in a single with three kids. Goofy, positive, honest and vulnerable to failure, Jess has faith in people, even though it should not. Although she’s dorky and awkward, she feels comfortable in her own skin. More likely to friendship with women, which is not used to going out with the kids – especially at home.
Of the three male colleagues, Nick (Jake Johnson, without any commitment) is the most grounded. He had big plans for life, but somewhere along the way, stopped worrying and became a waiter. Usually, the smartest person in the room, which has an uncanny ability for people to read and uses humor to deflect everyone and everything. SCHMIDT (Max Greenfield Ugly Betty) is a hustling young professional who imagines a modern Casanova. Although his heart is usually in the right place, the roads always scheming to climb the social ladder and is powered by immature and almost obsessive desire to be in “the scene.” Seeing Jesus as a gateway to the elusive female mind, as well as a personal project, Schmidt encourages kids to Jesus in the apartment.
The roommate third, COACH (Damon Wayans Jr., The Underground), is a former high school athlete who now earns his living as a personal trainer. Set in its ways and with a “take it or leave it” attitude of appointments, the coach feels more comfortable when in the gym. Although he would never admit it, macho exterior athletic trainer is actually a cover for his shyness with women, and strives to translate his personal confidence in conversation, preferring to talk in sports metaphors – or nothing. Rounding out this group is Jess’s childhood best friend, CECE (Hannah Simone, Beautiful People), a deadpan, somewhat cynical model that flourished after passing their promiscuous teenage years. She has the wisdom of the street no Jess and spends much time handing out relationship advice nonsense that only a professional model can give. She and Jess balance each other well and accept each other despite their flaws, so Cece perfect match for Jess. As relationships progress, the five friends realize they need each other more than we ever thought it would, and eventually form a dysfunctional family with charm.
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