It's a reunion for Fred Willard, Michael McKean and Ed Begley Jr. who have all joined Christopher Guest's upcoming HBO series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
p>Fred Willard can't catch a break.
The comedian's improv series Trust Us with Your Life has been canceled by ABC, The Wrap reports. This is the second job Willard has lost since his lewd conduct arrest two weeks ago. He was previously fired by PBS as the narrator of Market Warriors.
Comedian Fred Willard seems to have no problem laughing off his recent lewd conduct arrest.
During an interview on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,Willard's first television appearance since the incident at a Hollywood adult movie theater, the 78-year-old actore was all jokes. "You know, let me say this: It's the last time I'm going to listen to my wife when she says, 'Why don't you go out and see a movie?'" Willard said.
Fred Willard has been offered the option to enroll in counseling courses to avoid formal charges in his lewd conduct case, The Los Angeles Times reports.
According to the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office, if Willard completes the requirements of the diversion program within a year, he will not face formal prosecution for his arrest. On Wednesday, the actor was taken into custody after police claimed they found the actor in a Hollywood movie theater with his penis exposed and in his hand.
PBS' president said the network fired Fred Willard after his indecency arrest to keep the production schedule moving.
At the fall TV previews in Los Angeles, Paula Kerger, president and CEO of PBS, said Willard's removal as the narrator of Market Warriors, the network's spin-off of Antiques Roadshow, was mostly a function of a tight schedule. "We are actually in production with that series, so at the end of the week, when it became known, we had to...