Denis Leary, John Corbett, John Ales, Robert Kelly
Denis Leary is returning to FX! The network has ordered 10 episodes of his comedy Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.
"It's great to be back in business with Denis Leary, Jim Serpico and Tom Sellitti, and we're thrilled to start on a new project that is both unique and hilarious," Eric Schrier, president of original programming for FX Networks, said. "Johnny Rock is the role that Denis Leary was born to play."
John Corbett has signed on to star alongside Denis Leary's FX comedy pilot Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Created by Leary, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll follows...
After watching his former Rescue Me co-stars like Callie Thorne and Daniel Sunjata flock to USA for their follow-up projects, Denis Leary said it was a no-brainer to team up with the cable network for his new comedy, Sirens.
"Thank God USA loved Rescue Me because now I can make some money off ...
Denis Leary is returning to FX!
The former Rescue Me star will headline a new half-hour comedy pilot for the network, TVGuide.com has learned.
Created by Leary...
Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels
Pan Am alum Michael Mosley and Modern Family recurring player Kevin Daniels have been cast in Denis Leary's half-hour comedy pilot for USA, the network announced Thursday.
Sirens follows three of Chicago's top EMTs whose....
FX is teaming up with Rescue Me producers Denis Leary and Jim Serpico for a new comedy pilot, Bronx Warrants, the network announced Wednesday.
Based on the real lives of David Joglar and Richard Wetzel, who also act as co-producers, Bronx Warrants follows a group of errant warrant detectives in The Bronx who are tasked with hunting down and arresting individuals with outstanding warrants.
How did CBS come up with new shows before Twitter?
The network has bought an idea based on the blog and Twitter feed "Dear Girls Above Me," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
CBS developing another Twitter-based series
Brought to CBS by Ashton Kutcher's Katalyst Productions and the Schiff Co., "Dear Girls Above Me" is written by Charlie McDowell, a guy driven to distraction by the roommates living above him.