CBS Comedy Has Good Grammer
Grammer is set to direct "My Ex-Life," about a divorced couple who remain friends. Elsewhere in pilot-land,
In casting news,
"My Ex-Life," created by Rich Appel ("The Simpsons," "A.U.S.A."), will star Tom Cavanagh ("Love Monkey," "Ed") and Gillian Vigman -- which does not portend well for her current show, ABC's "Sons & Daughters." Grammer, who plays Beast in the upcoming "X-Men: The Last Stand," directed numerous episodes of "Frasier" and also helmed the pilot for CBS' "Out of Practice" this season.
"Flirt," which comes from writer Barry Wernick ("The Stones," "Grandma's Boy"), will star Brady as the only male employee at a women's magazine. It brings the number of comedy pilots at the new network to three --
At FOX, Witt ("The Upside of Anger," "Cybill") has left the comedy "More, Patience," reportedly over creative differences. Her role, that a therapist who has issues of her own, is expected to be recast in the next few days.
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