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Marry Me - Season Pilot

Posted On June 2, 2014By Layla HedgesIn Television

TV: NBC Sets Fall Premiere Schedule

NBC has announced its official premiere dates for both new and returning shows this fall. Most of the dramas take center stage premiering first in September while the comedies are mostly held for the start of October. A breakout hit of last season, “The Blacklist” gets the ball rolling with a premiere Monday, September 22nd at 10 pm (following reality competition staple “The Voice”). “Chicago Fire” returns Tuesday, September 23rd in the 10 pm time slot. Wednesday, September 24th, carries the first new show with “The Mysteries of Laura” premieringRead More
Constantine - Season Pilot
“Parenthood” fans can breathe a collective sigh of relief as, after a tense few days, NBC has officially renewed the popular Jason Katims family drama for one final 13 episode season. Now that they’ve locked in everything they’re picking up (12 new shows in addition to renewals) and dropping (“Community,” among others), they’ve also released their fall schedule, as well as some new photos trailers for their new shows. Below is the schedule, plus new looks at Casey Wilson in “Marry Me,” Cristin Milioti and Ben Feldman in “A toRead More
Marry Me - Season Pilot
NBC has just picked up comedy “Marry Me” to series – to air this fall – and we have a first image of the main characters. The series follows Annie (Casey Wilson) and Jake (Ken Marino) as they sit on the cusp of engagement. Their relationship seems perfect as they return from a romantic getaway, but when Jake proposes they realize getting to the alter is harder than expected. “Marry Me” is semi-autobiographical, created by David Caspe of “Happy Endings”, where he also worked with Wilson–currently his real life fiancee.Read More
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“Happy Endings” may have ended way too soon, but there’s already a mini-reunion on the way. Deadline reports Casey Wilson has been set for the female lead role on new NBC comedy pilot “Marry Me,” which hails from “Happy Endings” creator/showrunner David Caspe. The show will center on a couple who get engaged and who quickly realize it’s harder than it looks. Wilson also has another NBC pilot in the works this season, the comedy “Mason Twins,” which she co-wrote with June Raphael, but it doesn’t sound like she’ll starRead More