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CHUCK’s Zachary Levi Lands at FOX’s Let It Go
For some Chuck fans, hearing the news that Zachary Levi has already been cast in an upcoming pilot might cause some pain around a still tender wound. But if ever there were a time to accept Chuck’s end and embrace something new and strange, now would be that time. Levi has indeed found himself a new project to attach himself to, and it will move him closer to his roots in comedy, though I’m hoping it will give him enough room to stretch his emotional muscles (the dude can cry!).
According to Deadline, Levi is the first to be cast in Fox’s ensemble comedy Let It Go. While Chuck was an hour-long action dramedy, Let It Go will be a half-hour, single-camera comedy. Levi got his big break on television by appearing on ABC’s sitcom, Less Than Perfect, making Let It Go a sort of combination of his past roles. Levi will be playing the husband of a married couple, and also featured are his best friend and her sister. Together they “navigate, negotiate and sometimes manipulate society’s unspoken rules.” It’s kind of an abstract concept, but when you really think about what it could mean it starts to sound pretty cool. I’m assuming by unspoken rule they mean things like tipping, which isn’t technically mandatory but is something engrained and expected of us as people to do.
The pilot was written by DJ Nash who will be executive producing with Peter Tolan and Michael Wimer. The project comes from Sony Picture TV.