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Breaking In Boss on Adding "Comic Force" Megan Mullally and the Rollercoaster Ride to Renewal

"So happy to see you finally came to your senses and gave us another shot," Contra Security head Oz ( Christian Slater ) says in the Season 2 premiere of Breaking In . He may be talking to a new client, Mr. Fox, but the sentiment clearly has a deeper meaning. "I don't even know if Fox noticed that his name was Mr. Fox," co-creator and executive producer Adam F. Goldberg tells TVGuide.com with a laugh.   Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Breaking-In-Season2-1044495.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Breaking In “The Contra Club” Season 2 Premiere

Breaking In  “The Contra Club” airs Tuesday, March 6 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis:  In the second season premiere, Cameron, Cash and Melanie discover that Oz is forced to sell the company to a corporate  conglomerate headed by the brash and bold Veronica Mann (Emmy Award winner Megan Mullally, who joins the cast as a series regular), who along with her prickly British assistant  Molly, turn  the office  upside-down in the all-new “The Contra Club” episode of BREAKING IN airing Tuesday, March 6 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2012/03/06/breaking-in-the-contra-club-season-2-premiere/  

First Look: Breaking In's New Boss

A familiar face is infiltrating Breaking In 's second season, as Will & Grace alum Megan Mullally joins the Fox comedy (returning March 6) as Veronica, the head of an organization that takes over Contra Security. http://www.tvguide.com/News/Breaking-In-Mullally-1043359.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Breaking In Season 2 Promos and Cast Photos

Breaking In  will come back for a second season March 6th at 9:30/8:30c, on FOX. Breaking In is a half-hour workplace  comedy that takes office politics  to the next level of genius. Working at Contra Security is anything but a typical office experience. The Contra team is led by larger-than-life man of mystery and master of manipulation, OZ (Christian Slater). Then there’s Oz’s go-to guy, CAMERON PRICE (Bret Harrison), the team’s computer hacker and cyber cracker. Cameron’s best buddy in  the office  is CASH SPARKS (Alphonso McAuley), a fanboy who specializes in gadgets, logistics and office pranks that only a geek mastermind could think up. But what happens when the company is bought out by a stuffy, multi-billion dollar, global corporation, and these high-IQ oddballs are suddenly forced to play by the rules? Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2012/02/09/breaking-in-season-2-promos-and-cast-photos/  

FOX launches 'Breaking In' Season 2 in Tuesday night comedy block, gives 'Glee' a 2-month vacation

There's good news and bad news regarding FOX's newest scheduling announcement, folks. Which do you want first?Well, we'll start with the good: The improbably resurrected "Breaking In" has found its new home on Tuesday nights at 9:30 p.m. after this season's breakout hit, "New Girl" at 9. It'll take the last slot in a two-hour sitcom block that starts with "Raising Hope" at 8 and "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" at 8:30. The new comedy block starts on March 6."Teenage Daughter" ran the first half of its season in the fall after "X Factor" and didn't do gangbusters, so we'll see how it fares on a new day with other proven comedy hits. As for "Breaking In," the previously canceled show will start its second season with new series regular Megan Mullaly.Now, the bad news: This new experiment means that "Glee" will be shelved for nearly two whole months. The winter finale will air on... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/02/fox-launches-breaking-in-season-2-in-tuesday-night-comedy-block-gives-glee-a-2-month-vacation.html

'Breaking In's' Megan Mullally glad the 'very talented' cast of 'Will & Grace' keeps working

Megan Mullally is pleased she and her fellow Emmy-winning "Will & Grace" co-stars remain busy, but she isn't surprised.Debra Messing debuts Monday (Feb. 6) in NBC's musical drama series "Smash"; Sean Hayes is an executive producer of "Grimm" and starring in an NBC comedy pilot; Eric McCormack returns to Broadway next month in a revival of the Gore Vidal political drama "The Best Man"; and Mullally joins the FOX comedy "Breaking In" when it starts its second season Tuesday, March 6."Well, you know, it's a very talented group," two-time Emmy recipient Mullally tells Zap2it. "Everybody came from the theater, and that was part of the reason the show worked so well. It was good casting. We all had a great education on that show for eight years, working with pristine scripts and also working with [director] Jim Burrows on every episode. We might have all been pretty good to begin with, but we came out... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/02/breaking-ins-megan-mullally-glad-the-very-talented-cast-of-will-grace-keeps-working.html

Actress Megan Mullally Is Joining Fox’s BREAKING IN

Former  Will and Grace  actress Megan Mullally  will be joining Fox’s series  BREAKING IN . Mullallyhas been  tapped to appear in season two of the show  that will  kick off  filming on its sophomore season this coming January. The long time actress, who has also been seen in  Party Down  as Lydia Dunfree, is scheduled to play  the head honcho of Contra Security. After corporate undergoes some changes, Mullally is placed in the position that will ultimately kick offa “power struggle” between the her alter ego and that of “Contra’s former owner Oz (Christian Slater), along with employees Cameron (Bret Harrison), Cash (Alphonso McAuley) and Melanie (Odette Annable).” Read More... http://www.daemonstv.com/2011/11/07/actress-megan-mullally-is-joining-foxs-breaking-in/

'House' Star Odette Annable Talks New Doctor Hazing On Set & Pulling Double Duty With 'Breaking In'

'House' is mixing things up again for its eighth season (premieres Mon., Oct. 3, 9PM ET on Fox), bringing in two new female doctors to fill the void where Lisa Edelstein 's Cuddy and Olivia Wilde 's Thirteen used to be. Yes, we'll get a bit more Thirteen, just not much ... but once you meet Fox's other new girls, you might not mind. Comedienne Charlyne Yi's Dr. Chi Park, who shares a bit of Thirteen's tightly wound nature, is introduced in the second episode, and Odette Annable 's whip-smart Dr. Jessica Adams proves she's not afraid to challenge House in the season premiere. I caught up with Annable to talk about Adams, her potential romantic interests at Princeton-Plainsboro and her efforts to be House's equal. Annable also talked about being hazed on set, pulling double duty on 'Breaking In' (and wanting a crossover episode between the two shows) and whether or not she'd want her real-life husband, 'Brothers & Sisters' alum Dave Annable , to come guest star. http://www.aoltv.com/2011/10/03/house-interview-odette-annable/

Odette Annable Discusses Doing Double Duty on 'House' and 'Breaking In'

When the new television season begins, there will be a good possibility viewers will be seeing double with  Odette Annable. Annable, who stars as thrillseeker Melanie in  Breaking In,  the half-hour  Christian Slater  comedy that seemed dead in the water until Fox  resurrected it in late August , landed a series regular role (as Dr. Jessica Adams) on veteran medical drama  House  prior to the renewal. Luckily for the actress, she didn't have to give up either gig. Now that she's wanted on two series, how will she balance her duties? "I don't know. I'm very excited to be on the same network doing two different shows, playing two completely different characters -- on a drama, on a comedy," Annable told  The Hollywood Reporter at the Fox fall premiere party. "I hope that they're going to be able to work it out. I'm ready and willing." Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/gw-SBno_QIQ/odette-annable-discusses-doing-double-234448

BREAKING IN Does The Impossible: It Will Be Back on FOX

Coming back from the cancellation heap is never an easy feat, one that is rarely managed by a show whether that show is a drama or a comedy. So, the news that is coming out of  Deadline  that the FOX comedy  BREAKING IN  is coming back is certainly rare indeed, but one that will, undoubtedly, please the small, but dedicated fan base. The single-camera comedy that stars Christian Slater and Bret Harrison is to get a 13-episode mid-season order in what is being called a “complex deal with series producer Sony Pictures TV” (that is technically still being finalized). Read More... http://www.daemonstv.com/2011/08/24/breaking-in-does-the-impossible-it-will-be-back-on-fox/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+daemonstv+%28Daemon%27s+TV%29
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