Well that didn’t take long! Deadline
reports that after fielding at least half a dozen offers, Zachary Levi has settled on his first post-Chuck project: a half-hour comedy for FOX. The show is titled Let It Go
and revolves around a married couple, his best friend, and her sisters “as they try to navigate, negotiate and http://www.desarrollosocial.misiones.gov.ar/how-much-does-viagra-cost
sometimes manipulate society’s unspoken rules.” Not quite sure what that means, but I’ve heard from a couple of people who have read the pilot script, written by DJ Nash, that it’s very funny.
Zac will play the husband, and now that he’s signed on, FOX has given the go-ahead to film the pilot. Should Let It Go get picked up for the 2012-2013 schedule, it will be Zac’s second sitcom; he previously co-starred in ABC’s Less Than Perfect as preppy Kip. It’s also a nice change of pace for him since half-hour ensemble shows aren’t nearly as time intensive as hour-long shows with a lead character in 80% of the scenes.
More casting news for the series should be announced shortly, now that they have their star, so stay tuned. Break a leg, Zac!