NBC has picked up six episodes of the Dane Cook comedy Next Caller Please, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Next Caller Please, from Weeds' producer Stephen Falk, is a gender comedy about a brash, alpha male DJ (Cook) and his audacious, feminist co-host (Collette Wolfe). Joy Osmanski will co-star as their producer.
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Comedian Dane Cook is taking on his first series regular role on TV.
Cook, whose TV guest-starring credits include Hawaii Five-0, Louie and Crank Yankers, will star in NBC's Next Caller Please pilot.
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From Weeds' producer Stephen Falk, Next is a gender comedy about...
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