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No Tricia Helfer or Summer Glau Dog Drama
Tricia Helfer. Summer Glau. And Puppy Dogs? Someone ice cold at TNT said no to picking up Scent of the Missing. To be completely, even as proud dog owner of three and incredible admiration for both Helfer and Glau, I’m not sure if this news is shocking, though the word coming from Deadline indicates that it was in contention even as of May when TNT picked up David E. Kelley’s Monday Mornings, a medical drama.
This pairing would have had nerd fanboy nation down for sure, but when I first heard the news about the show in development it make me think about when I was a kid and watching Benji (though Scent of the Missing sounds like it was going to be serious).
The description of The Scent of the Missing went like this:
Scent Of The Missing centers on Susannah (Tricia Helfer), a tenacious, strong-willed K-9 Search and Rescue volunteer who works with an equally determined partner — her mischievous golden retriever.
On a side note, the report also indicated that TNT still hasn’t officially picked up the much hyped and sweet sounding Frank Darabount (brought us the first season of The Walking Dead) project L.A . Noir (you can check out all of our posts, including casting news for L.A. Noir here) but one has to think that’s going to happen.