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UPN 2003 Fall Season
UPN Fall 2003 Grid
(all times Mountain Time Zone)
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
"The Twilight Zone"
|Midseason Shows/Shows Moved to
"America's Next Top Model 2"
New Show Descriptions
"Jake 2.0" (Wednesdays at 8 PM)
Premise: A computer technician is transformed into a secret agent after he is accidentally infected with nanites based on the real life, beyond state-of-the-art nanotechnology that reduces the size of a computer to the molecular level. After a freak accident, a computer geek (Gorham) develops superpowers, thanks this time to nanobots inside his body. He's now a
weapon, and the government wants to build a special-ops team around him.
Stars: Christopher Gorham ("Odyssey 5," "Popular"), Marina Black ("Six Feet Under"), Matt Czuchry ("Young Americans"), Philip Anthony-Rodriguez, Judith Scott ("C.S.I." ), and Keegan Connor Tracy (Final Destination 2)
Studio: Roundtable Entertainment, in association with Viacom Productions, Inc.
Producers: David Greenwalt ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Angel," "Miracles"), Gina Matthews (What Women Want), Grant Scharbo (Deep Core), Robert Lieberman ("The Dead Zone"), and Silvio Horta ("The Chronicle")
"All of Us" (Tuesdays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: Based on the real-life domestic situation of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, this comedy examines the humor that arises in trying to create a new life in a day and age where the old one never completely falls away.
Stars: Duane Martin (Deliver Us from Eva), Tony Rock ("The Chris Rock Show"), LisaRaye, Khamani Griffin (Daddy Day Care), and Elise Neal ("The Hughleys")
Studio: Overbrook Entertainment, in association with Warner Bros. Television Productions
Producers: Will Smith (Men in Black), Jada Pinkett Smith (The Matrix Reloaded), James Lassiter (Ali), and Betsy Borns ("Friends")
"Eve" (Mondays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: A beautiful, intelligent young woman tries to navigate the modern dating and working worlds, while receiving conflicting advice from her two best friends.
Stars: Eve (Barbershop), Ali Landry ("Spy TV"), Natalie Desselle ("For Your Love"), Eddie McClintock ("Stark Raving Mad"), Bumper Robinson ("Sabrina, the Teenage Witch"), and Brian Hooks
Studio: Greenblatt Janollari Studio, in association with Warner Bros. Television
Producers: Meg DeLoatch ("One on One"), Robert Greenblatt, and David Janollari ("Platinum," "Six Feet Under")
"The Mullets" (Tuesdays at 8:30 PM)
Premise: It's all about being "business in the front, party in the back" when it comes to the Mullet brothers, two siblings who sport the same haircut, but are actually very different from one another.
Stars: Michael Weaver (Super Troopers), David Hornsby ("Six Feet Under"), Loni Anderson ("WKRP in Cincinnati"), and John O'Hurley ("Seinfeld")
Studio: The Tannenbaum Company, in association with Warner Bros. Television Production Inc.
Producers: Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum, Bill Oakley, and Josh Weinstein ("The Simpsons," "Futurama")
"Rock Me Baby" (Tuesdays at 8 PM)
Premise: A radio shock jock's new family has him walking around professional landmines. If he makes fun of his home life, his wife gets mad. However, if he talks about the joys of new fatherhood, his boss gets upset that he's lost his edge.
Stars: Dan Cortese ("Veronica's Closet"), Bianca Kajlich (Halloween: Resurrection), Carl Anthony Payne ("Martin"), and Joey Slotnick ("Alias," "Boston Public")
Studio: Flame Entertainment, in association with Warner Bros. Television
Producers: Tony Krantz ("24"), Bob Myer ("Cybill"), and Tim Kelleher ("Off Centre")
Information gathered from Zap2it.com
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