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ABC 2003 Fall Season
ABC Fall 2003 Grid
(all times Mountain Time Zone)
"All American Girl"
"Are You Hot?"
"The Drew Carey Show" (will burn off episodes this summer and next summer to fulfill contract obligations)
"I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!"
"Lost at Home"
"Profiles from the Front Line"
"That Was Then"
"Whose Line Is It Anyway?"
"Veritas: The Quest"
|Midseason Shows/Shows Moved to
"The Bachelorette 2"
"Celebrity Mole Yucatan"
"Line of Fire"
"Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital"
New Show Descriptions
"10-8" (Sundays at 7 PM)
Premise: Danny Nucci plays Rico Amonte, a Brooklyn bad boy who becomes a cop, but nothing prepares him from the taunting he receives as a trainee, under the watchful eye of a tough veteran determined to make Rico into a by-the-book officer.
Stars: Danny Nucci, Ernie Hudson ("Oz"), Indigo, Scott William Winters, Mercedes Colon, Miguel Sandoval ("Kingpin"), Travis Schuldt, Christina Vidal, Alex Meneses ("Everybody Loves Raymond"), and Jamie Luner ("Profiler")
Studio: Spelling Television and Touchstone Television
Producers: Aaron Spelling, E. Duke Vincent, and Jorge Zamacona
"Karen Sisco" (Wednesdays at 9 PM)
Premise: Based on the Elmore Leonard character played by Jennifer Lopez in the movie Out of Sight, Carla Gugino stars as the U.S. marshal working the Miami Gold Coast who only really trusts her father.
Stars: Carla Gugino ("Spin City"), Robert Forster, and Bill Duke
Studio: Jersey Television and Universal Network Television
Producers: Jason Smilovic, Scott Frank, John Landgraff, Danny DeVito, Stacy Sher, and Michael Shamberg
"Threat Matrix" (Thursdays at 7 PM)
Premise: Using stories ripped from the headlines, Special Agent John Kilmer heads the Homeland Security Agency, dedicating his life to diverting disaster and keeping America safe. Oh yeah, and he works with his lovely, lethal ex-wife.
Stars: Jamie Denton ("Philly"), Kelly Rutherford, Will Lyman, Kurt Caceres, Mahershalalhashbaz ("Crossing Jordan"), Melora Walters, Anthony Azizi, and Shoshannah Stern
Studio: Touchstone Television and Industry Television
Producers: James Parriott ("Push, Nevada"), Daniel Voll, Emile Levisetti, Michael Edelstein, and Keith Addis
"Hope & Faith" (Fridays at 8 PM)
Premise: When Faith, a soap opera diva, is killed off her show, she flees the tabloids by moving to the suburbs with her sister Hope's family.
Stars: Faith Ford ("Murphy Brown"), Kelly Ripa ("Live with Regis and Kelly," "All My Children"), Ted McGinley, Harve Presnell, Macey Cruthird, Brie Larson, and Slade Pearce
Studio: Touchstone Television
Producers: Joanna Johnson, Guymon Casady, Emile Levisetti, and Michael Edelstein
"I'm with Her" (working title; Tuesdays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: Based on writer Chris Henchy's real-life marriage to Brooke Shields, this comedy chronicles a high school teacher who falls in love with a movie star and is completely unprepared for all that comes with it.
Stars: David Sutcliffe, Teri Polo, Danny Comden, and Rhea Seehorn
Studio: Tollin-Robbins Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television
Producers: Chris Henchy, Marco Pennette, Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins, Joe Davola, and Marsh McCall ("My Big Fat Greek Life")
"It's All Relative" (working title; Wednesdays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: Bobby and fiancée Liz get along great. Their parents? Not so much. Liz has two dads and Bobby's Boston family is of the old-fashioned Irish Catholic variety. Even if they didn't have a thousand things to disagree about, Bobby's sister Maddy is always there to come up with something else.
Stars: Reid Scott, Maggie Lawson, John Benjamin Hickey, Chris Sieber, Lenny Clarke ("The Job"), Harriet Harris, and Paige Moss
Studio: Touchstone Television and Paramount Television
Producers: Ann Flett-Giordano, Chuck Ranberg, Craig Zadan, and Neil Meron
"Married to the Kellys" (Fridays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: When an only child New Yorker moves to Kansas so his wife can be closer to her family, he finds things getting a little too close for comfort. From her bug-collecting brother to her smug, condescending uncle, he struggles to fit in while still keeping his distance.
Stars: Breckin Meyer ("Inside Schwartz"), Kiele Sanchez, Sam Anderson, Nancy Lenehan, Emily Rutherfurd, Josh Braaten, and Derek Waters
Studio: Brad Grey Television, in association with Twentieth Century Fox Television
Producers: Tom Hertz and Brad Grey
"Line of Fire" (working title, Drama)
Premise: Check out the world of organized crime from both sides. One side enforces the law as the other one breaks it on a daily basis. Making things even more complicated, even as they work at cross purposes they remain unable (and in some cases, unwilling) to completely destroy each other.
Stars: Leslie Bibb ("Popular"), Anson Mount, David Paymer, Leslie Hope ("24"), Jeffrey Sams, Brian Goodman, Michael Irby, Julie Ann Embry, and Sean Mahon
Studio: DreamWorks Television, in association with Touchstone Television
Producer: Rod Lurie, Marc Frydman and Jeff Melvoin
"Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital" (Horror/Drama)
Premise: Based on the Danish mini-series "Riget," King's hospital is populated by a brilliant surgeon who lives in the basement, a nearly blind security guard and a nurse who faints whenever she sees blood. Things get weirder when patients and staff start hearing a ghostly girl crying in the halls and a paraplegic suddenly recovers.
Stars: Andrew McCarthy, Diane Ladd, Bruce Davison, Ed Begley Jr. (A Mighty Wind, "St. Elsewhere"), Allison Hossack ("Another World"), William Wise (In the Bedroom), Jamie Harrold (The Sum of All Fears), Lena Georgas, Del Pentecost (Coyote Ugly), Janet Wright (The Perfect Storm), Bill Meilen ("Mysterious Ways"), Meagan Fay,
Ben Ratner, Ty Olsson (Agent Cody Banks), Jodelle Ferland, Jack Coleman (Angels in the Endzone), Suki Kaiser ("Nash Bridges"), Julian Richings, Kett Turton, and Jack Coleman ("Dynasty")
Studio: Columbia TriStar Television, in association with Touchstone Television
Producer: Stephen King and Mark Carliner
Information gathered from Zap2it.com
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