'Family Tools': Leah Remini previews her new ABC comedy, talks adjusting to single-camera filming after 'King of Queens'

When ABC's newest sitcom "Family Tools" premieres on Wednesday (May 1), it'll mark Leah Remini's return to network comedy after her long-running CBS hit "King of Queens" went off the air in 2007. It's also the first time Remini's worked in a single-camera series, as opposed to the traditional three-camera series filmed in front of a live audience that she's used to. Remini tells Zap2It that working without an audience took some getting used to. "It's very depressing because you don't have people laughing, you know?" she says. "It's like all you've got to do is smile at somebody in the audience or say hello or sign a script and [they scream] and you're like, 'I love this!' You get that validation, you know?"Silence is golden on a single-camera set, something Remini likens to a funeral. "You're not allowed to laugh, no one can make a noise when you're filming, so you get depressed a...



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