Omid Djalili’s The Infidel To Become Television Series At NBC

October 24, 2011 by staff 

Omid Djalili's The Infidel To Become Television Series At NBCOmid Djalili’s The Infidel To Become Television Series At NBC, Omid Djalili is to star in a remake of the film by David Baddiel of the infidel American television.

NBC has created a series based on the movie of last year’s production, Djalili attached to reprise his role as a Muslim family man who discovers defects was adopted, and is ethnically Jewish.

Djalili has had an agreement with the celebration of the network since its advancement program Edinburgh Fringe 2002, according to the website of the Hollywood industry deadline. Plans for a starring vehicle came to a halt when the U.S. invaded Iraq, even though it has roles in two comedies: Whoopi Goldberg Whoopi and El Show de Paul Reiser – both of which were of short duration.

Bruce Almighty writer Mark O’Keefe is working on adapting the infidel, which is being produced by Avalon Television and the company behind the film, Slingshot Productions. Baddiel, who wrote the original film will be one of the executive producers.

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