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TV Squad Ten: Low-paying jobs that apparently pay great on TV - the list

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 17th 2009 11:08AM
Samantha Who10. Samantha Newly, Samantha Who? - Real Estate

9. Christine Campbell, The New Adventures of Old Christine - Gym Manager

8. Jim, The Office - Salesman

7. Betty Suarez, Ugly Betty - Editorial Assistant

6. Chuck Bartowski, Chuck - IT Guy

5. Kenneth Parnell, 30 Rock - Page

4. Gary Barnes, Gary Unmarried - House Painter

3. Susan Mayer, Desperate Housewives - Children's Book Author

2. Adrian Monk (Monk); Shawn Spencer (Psych); Patrick Jane (The Mentalist) - Police Consultants

1. Penny, Big Bang Theory - Cheesecake Factory waitress/aspiring actress

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NBC's version of The IT Crowd could be dead already

by Brett Love, posted Sep 14th 2007 8:01PM
The IT Crowd"Have you tried turning it off and on again?"

It would appear that the adaptation of UK sit-com The IT Crowd might need more than Roy's famous reboot fix. According to reports, NBC is set to pull the plug on the midseason comedy. If you haven't been playing along at home, the show is to be a joint production between Universal Media Studios and Freemantle Media. It's an ensemble comedy, set in an IT department, starring Joel McHale (The Soup) and Rocky Carroll (Invasion).

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Stephen King's IT to be adapted for television (again)

by Adam Finley, posted Jun 8th 2006 2:09PM

stephen kingIn 1990, when I was in middle school, ABC aired a two-part miniseries based on Stephen King's gargantuan novel IT. I had a television in my room, so I had a place to watch shows my parents didn't want to watch, so I stretched out on my bed and watched the movie. Perhaps I was just a wuss (and I was) but the movie scared the living crap out of me. Fast forward to college, and my then girlfriend and I decide to rent IT, which I had not seen since those two nail-biting nights in my room back in 1990. I have to say I didn't have the same reaction as before. I found it to be rather mediocre, and mildly frightening at best. Also, by that time I had actually read the book, so I knew what most fans of King's work already know, which is that movie and television adaptations of his work can be very hit and miss, but mostly miss.

But that's not going to stop them from trying it again. Peter Filardi, who already adapted 'Salem's Lot for TNT and is helming "The Road Virus Heads North" segment of the upcoming Nightmares and Dreamscapes series, told Fangoria he's developing IT for the SciFi Channel. Originally he was to make a two-hour version of the novel for TNT, but will instead stretch it out to a four-hour movie for SciFi. The article further states that the adaptation will tell the story "through the eyes of the character of Beverly Marsh."

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