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Sharon Lawrence Gets 'Hitched' to CBS Pilot

by Audrey Fine, posted Apr 6th 2010 1:20PM
Sharon LawrenceSharon Lawrence, who has been popping up all over the small screen lately on shows like 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and 'Grey's Anatomy,' has landed a role in the CBS pilot 'Hitched.'

The half-hour, mulit-camera comedy from exec producer Josh Schwartz ('Gossip Girl,' 'The O.C.'), explores the ordeals of a young newlywed couple ('Smallville's' Kristen Kreuk and 'I Love You, Beth Cooper's' Jack Carpenter) as they try to figure marriage -- and each other -- out.

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'Smallville's' Kristin Kreuk to Get 'Hitched'

by Allyssa Lee, posted Feb 19th 2010 5:19PM
It's official: Erstwhile 'Smallville' resident Kristin Kreuk is set to star opposite Jack Carpenter ('I Love You, Beth Cooper') in CBS' 'Hitched,' the Josh Schwartz-produced comedy pilot, according to a report in The Hollywood Reporter.

In the half-hour multi-camera comedy, Kreuk and Carpenter will play newlyweds faced with the reality of their family and friends after returning from their honeymoon.

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TV Casting: Eugene Levy Gets 'Hitched'

by Andrew Scott, posted Feb 17th 2010 11:06AM
Eugene LevyEugene Levy is getting 'Hitched' with CBS. The funnyman has reportedly landed a co-starring role in the comedy from Josh Schwartz ('Chuck'; 'Gossip Girl'), about a twentysomething newlywed couple. Levy will play the father of the groom, who has been married and divorced four times. Like father, like son? [Hollywood Reporter]

More casting news after the jump.

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Samuel L. Jackson could have kicked the mother*#&ing s#*% out of sports broadcasting

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jul 21st 2009 12:09PM
Samuel L. Jackson hosting The EspysThe thought of having to sit through another cable network awards show makes my Golden Globes shrivel.

It's nothing but a million-dollar idea for getting some useless ink in what's left of the local papers and making a quick buck off the cell texting charges by getting people to vote for awards that mean nothing. It's the television equivalent of the participation medals you got in elementary school for not dying during the mile run.

Thanks to Samuel L. Jackson's work as the host of the recent ESPY Awards, I will sit through whatever awards show he hosts from now on. I don't care if the National Sewage Treatment Board of America hires him to host their annual "Sewey" awards.

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