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febbraio 2002 su Zap2it.com
"Felicity" may be dead, don't expect its stars to just go away anytime soon.
Scott Foley has landed the lead NBC's pilot "AUSA", a single camera
comedy described by NBC Entertainment President Jeff Zucker as "'Scrubs' with
lawyers." This time, Foley gets to play Ben, an eager young lawyer just starting
his career as a prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan in the
series from Rich Appel.
The series was inspired by Appel's first job after he left Harvard Law School.
Appel eventually left New York's U.S. Attorney's Office to pursue a writing
career, first joining the staff of FOX's "The Simpsons," then moving up to an
executive producer on "King of the Hill".
Meanwhile, the rest of "Felicity's" cast has moved on to other projects as well.
Keri Russell can currently be seen in the film "We Were Soldiers,"
opposite Mel Gibson, while Scott Speedman has recently agreed to star in
the independent film "My Life with Me".
Greg Grunberg plays a recurring character on "Alias" (as does former
Hannah portrayer, Jennifer Garner), while Tangi Miller is doing
the same on FX's "The Shield". Ian Gomez is also in talks to join the
cast of a new series, although the details are not yet available. In the
meantime, he can be seen in Alanis Morissette's newest video, "Hands Clean".