"So happy to see you finally came to your senses and gave us another shot," Contra Security head Oz (Christian Slater) says in the Season 2 premiere of Breaking In. He may be talking to a new client, Mr. Fox, but the sentiment clearly has a deeper meaning.
"I don't even know if Fox noticed that his name was Mr. Fox," co-creator and executive producer Adam F. Goldberg tells TVGuide.com with a laugh.
Breaking In creator on raising Season 2 hopes: Fox recognizes there is something there
Breaking In returns on Tuesday (9:30/8:30c, Fox) after what Goldberg calls a "rollercoaster ride" back from the dead. After the network ordered six episodes very late into midseason, it axed the...
Megan Mullally has joined the cast of Breaking In as a new series regular, Deadline.com reports.
The Will & Grace star will play...
Fox has rescued the Christian Slater comedy Breaking In from the brink of cancellation. The network is wrapping up negotiations and is expected to announce shortly that it will reverse course and order another 13 episodes of the half-hour series.
The show, from Sony Pictures TV, wasn't renewed for fall. But rather than completely shut the door on the comedy, Fox and Sony extended the options on the series' stars in order to give it a second look.
Producers met with Fox ...
Odette Annable has joined the cast of House as a series regular for Season 8, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Breaking In creator on Raising Season 2 hopes: Fox recognizes there is something there
Annable, 26, who co-starred on Fox's midseason comedy Breaking In, has signed on to play...
The Contra Security team of Breaking In has protected priceless works of art and famous celebrities, but the cast and crew behind the scenes of the Fox comedy are working on their biggest assignment yet: trying to get a Season 2 renewal.
Less than a week ago, the freshman comedy was one of five shows axed by Fox. Even next to the cancellations of cult favorites like Human Target and Lie to Me, the news that the network was ending Breaking In came as one of the bigger surprises because of its star power (Christian Slater, Bret Harrison) and its impressive ratings (the series has averaged 7.7 million viewers in its post-Idol berth).
Fox cancels Breaking In, Lie to Me
"It really couldn't have gone any...