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The Class to stream live rehearsals

by Anna Johns, posted Jan 11th 2007 3:35PM
the classProducers over Warner Bros. sent us a press release announcing a pretty cool/unprecedented web extra from the comedy,The Class. Next week, they're going to do two live webcasts of rehearsals.

The first webcast is The Table Read on Monday, January 15th at 11 am (Pacific). You'll get to peek in as the cast gives a first reading (literally around a table) of that week's script. The next live webcast is the following Wednesday a 1 pm (Pacific) when the cast will do a run-thru of the script with all the changes made since Monday. This is an event that usually doesn't have an audience, so it will be pretty cool to see. Of course, it sort-of ruins the episode for you since you know what is going to happen. I suppose it will be interesting to see the final product when it airs.

Check it out at www.CBS.com.

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Dave

The bigger problem, for those of us who watch/like the show, is that the Table Read and Rehearsal next week is likely for an episode two months from now. Since there are continuing threads, it seems odd to webcast spoilers 8 weeks in advance (i.e. if in this episode Richie and Lina are broken up, we'll know there's an episode in between where they break up).

January 11 2007 at 7:11 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Mike Brown

So what do people think about this, will the show start funny at the table read and become less funny by the time the episode airs or will it suck all the way through?

January 11 2007 at 5:24 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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