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Tate Donovan and Christina Chang Take Flight From 'No Ordinary Family'

by Laura Prudom, posted Jun 3rd 2010 4:40PM
Seems like the future isn't looking too super for two members of the 'No Ordinary Family' cast. According to the Ausiello Files, series regulars Tate Donovan and Christina Chang are leaving the ABC superhero drama as a result of post-pilot retooling.

"It was strictly a story-line-related decision," an unnamed 'Ordinary' source told Ausiello, maintaining that producers of the show hope to bring the pair back on a guest-star basis, depending on their schedules.
While the news may be disappointing for fans of Donovan (who gained recent acclaim for his work on the first three seasons of FX's 'Damages') and 'CSI: Miami' guest star Chang, audiences are unlikely to notice the difference when the Greg Berlanti-produced drama begins airing in the fall.

Chang featured in the pilot as a cop who worked alongside Michael Chiklis' forensic sketch artist (a role that can certainly dip in and out depending on storyline), while Donovan played a mysterious pilot who was barely featured in the episode.

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Chang and Donovan likely just realized how ABC doesn't stand behind good programming but, rather, has developed a penchant for foisting crap like "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette," "Dancing With the Pseudo-Stars" and other such crap on a gullible public. ABC seems to stand for Always Broadcasting Crap.

June 06 2010 at 5:04 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Jerome Thomas

Oh, I'll probably wind up with the role. The phone will ring any time, I suspect. But don't worry. I'll try to do you a good job. You'll love me just as Mom always does.

June 05 2010 at 11:05 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply


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