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  Justin Bartha To Co-Star In ‘Sorry For Your Loss’
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Bruce Greenwood, Justin Bartha, and Bravo’s Imposters star Inbar Lavi join indie comedy Sorry For Your Loss from Middle Child Films and Farpoint Films. Currently in production in Winnipeg, the pic is being helmed by first-time director Collin Friesen, who also penned the script.

It’s about a new dad, Ken (Bartha) who returns home to bury his estranged father only to have things take a turn for the complicated as the dead man’s final wish is to have his ashes scattered on the field of his beloved football team. Greenwood plays the estate’s executor, Jeff, a slick, politically incorrect salesman who helps Ken with his father’s ashes while secretly courting Ken’s mom.

Middle Child’s Tony Wosk is producing with Kyle Bornais of Farpoint. Jeff Sackman and Berry Meyerowitz are exec producing.

Source: Deadline

  The Good Fight – Renewed for a 2nd Season
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CBS Television Network’s digital subscription video on-demand and live streaming service, today announced the second season renewal of its first original drama series, THE GOOD FIGHT, for early 2018. THE GOOD FIGHT is produced by CBS Television Studios. “We’re only a few episodes into the first season and the reaction from CBS All Access subscribers and critics alike has been phenomenal,” said Marc DeBevoise, President and Chief Operating Officer, CBS Interactive[..]

Source: SpoilerTV

  ‘The Good Fight’ Casts Justin Bartha
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Actor Justin Bartha has joined the cast of CBS All Access’ “The Good Fight.”

Bartha will play Colin, a rising star in the state attorney’s office and Chicago’s most eligible bachelor. Romantic sparks fly when he finds himself going up against Lucca, played by Cush Jumbo, in the courtroom.

“Whenever you’re looking for a romantic lead, you look for someone who can play the comedy and the sexuality, but even more importantly is the intelligence,” said series creators and executive producers Robert and Michelle King. “And that’s what we love about Justin: he can play all three: the comedy and the sexuality, but he’s also convincing as a tough intellectual foe to Cush Jumbo in court. We couldn’t be happier.”

“The Good Fight” is a spinoff from CBS drama “The Good Wife.” The new series, from CBS Television Studios, will premiere on the CBS broadcast network in February, with subsequent new episodes available on streaming service CBS All Access. It will be the first original scripted series exclusive to the service. Bartha joins a cast that already includes Jumbo, Christine Baranski, Rose Leslie, and Delroy Lindo.

Source: Variety

  Jason Alexander and Justin Bartha Lead Windfall Reading
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The new comedy will receive an October 21 New York City industry reading.

Producers Ken Davenport, John Yonover, and Hunter Arnold are presenting a New York City industry reading of Scooter Pietsch’s comedy Windfall, about a group of work colleagues who have to share a $300 million lotto jackpot.

Tony and Emmy winner Jason Alexander (Seinfeld, Fish in the Dark) directs and stars in the October 21 reading that will also feature Justin Bartha (The Hangover), Brandon J. Dirden (All The Way), Heather Lind (Turn: Washington’s Spies), Allison Mack (Smallville), and Tony winner Michele Pawk (Crazy for You).

The play had its premiere last summer at Arkansas Repertory Theatre.

“At a small data processing business in Columbus, Ohio, four coworkers toil under the heavy hand of their maniacal and deceitful boss,” according to press notes. “Desperate to escape they put it all on the line, betting every last cent they have playing the lottery. But the possibility of sharing the $300 million jackpot brings out the hysterically worst in these best friends.”

Source: Playbill


None of the new comedy series introduced by Fox this season will make it to second season. The network has moved in to cancel freshmen Grandfathered, starring John Stamos, and The Grinder, starring Rob Lowe. They are joined by midseason entries Cooper Barrett’s Guide To Surviving Live and the animated Bordertown, which also are not continuing.

Source: deadline


Cooper Barrett’s Guide To Surviving Life was a surprise series pickup in May, flying largely under the radar until it made Fox’s 2015-16 picks with a midseason order. The network now is giving the young ensemble comedy another vote of confidence, ordering seven more episodes. That brings the order to the show from 20th Century Fox Television and The Jackal Group to 13. The pickup comes just as Cooper Barrett was wrapping production on its original six-episode order, allowing the show to stay in continuous production.

Source: deadline


Fox ha encargado 7 episodios más a Cooper Barrett’s Guide To Surviving Life y con ello serán 13.

  New Proyect: ‘Permission’
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The world premiere of Permission will extend through June 14 off-Broadway; the show had previously been set to shutter on June 7. Directed by Alex Timbers and starring stage and screen favorite Justin Bartha and Emmy nominee Elizabeth Reaser, the Robert Askins comedy will begin performances on April 29. Opening night is scheduled for May 20 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.

Permission tells the story of Eric and Cyndy, a couple who decide to follow the leads of their friends and make Christian Domestic Discipline the foundation of their marriage. The new moral code upends everything they knew about one another, their friends and more importantly, who really holds the paddle.

The MCC production’s cast will also include Nicole Lowrance, Talene Monahon and Lucas Near-Verbrugghe.

Source: broadway


Permission se extenderá hasta el 14 de Junio en Broadway; el show había sido establecido para el 7 de Junio. Dirigida por Alex Timbers y protagonizada por el actor de teatro y cine Justin Bartha y la nominada al Emmy Elizabeth Reaser, la comedia de Robert Askins comenzará el 29 de Abril y su noche de apertura está programada para el 20 de Mayo en el Lucille Lortel Theatre.

Permission cuenta la historia de Eric y Cyndy, una pareja que decide seguir las pasos de sus amigos y poner su matrimonio en la Fundación Christian Domestic Discipline. El nuevo código moral da un vuelco todo lo que sabían el uno del otro, sus amigos y lo más importante, que realmente sostiene la paleta.

El reparto también incluirá a Nicole Lowrance, Talene Monahon y Lucas Cerca-Verbrugghe.


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