Blink and you might miss Bent, NBC's new romantic comedy, which premieres Wednesday at 9/8c. Although the series will only be on for three weeks of back-to-back new episodes, Bent actually deserves a closer look. The comedy, from Scrubs writer Tad Quill, follows a newly divorced, high-strung single mother (Amanda Peet) and the lackadaisical ladies' man she hires to re-do her kitchen (David Walton).
So what makes this half-hour comedy worth the investment? Here are five reasons to check out Bent:
She's an uptight lawyer and single mom getting over an ugly divorce. He's a laid-back construction worker recovering from degrading sex with an ex. These two totally different people are drawn together by more than just her need for a new kitchen.
And that's the premise ofBent, NBC's new romantic comedy premiering on Wednesday, March 21 at 9/8c. In the half-hour comedy, from Scrubs writer Tad Quill, Amanda Peet stars as Alex, a woman who hires Peter (David Walton) and his misfit crew to re-model her kitchen as part of her attempt to re-model her life after her...
Worst Week's Kyle Bornheimer will guest star on an upcoming episode of Bent, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The NBC comedy centers on a tough, recently divorced single mother named Alex (Amanda Peet) who finds unexpected chemistry with the lackadaisical, womanizing construction worker, Pete (David Walton), whom she hires to redo her kitchen.
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Bornheimer, 36, will play Dan, a new...
Bent has tapped veteran comedy actor Larry Miller to play Amanda Peet's boss, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The comedy, from Scrubs writer Tad Quill, centers on Alex (Peet), a high-strung single mother who hires...
Marcia Gay Harden has landed a guest spot on the midseason NBC comedy Bent, TVLine.com reports.