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The new comedy is the musically inclined but annoyingly titled Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, starring none other than Denis Leary.
It's official! Denis Leary is heading back to FX for a new series! We knew this was a possibility back in January when FX gave Leary's comedy Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll a pilot order. Today comes word that the cable channel has decided to move forward with the project, which is not only created by Leary, but will also star the comedian/actor as the lead character.
FX is looking to get back into bed with one of the stars partly responsible for turning the cable network into a storytelling powerhouse, as comedian Denis Leary will return to wreak a brand of havoc entirely different from what he did as Tommy Gavin in the fireman drama Rescue Me. FX has given a pilot order for a comedy called Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll...
Things are starting to take shape for the comedy pilot Denis Leary has in the works for USA. The Rescue Me co-creator's EMT-focused Sirens, which is set to begin shooting later this month, has cast four of its leads, three male and one female.
Although they are saying goodbye to their hit show Rescue Me after seven seasons, Denis Leary and Peter Tolan were hardly sad during their TCA press conference. It was a classic performance from the duo taken to new heights – or rather depths. Leary dropped his usual F-bombs, but Tolan dropped trou. The duo attempted to perk up the exhausted press after their long run of TCA panels – rather effectively.
Rescue Me is coming to an end this year, but Dennis Leary is already making plans to continue his TV producing career. The comedian and star/co-creator of FX's bold firefighter drama has signed to develop USA's Sirens.
One of the things you would understand about Denis Leary if you watched his FX drama series Rescue Me is that while Leary might thrive in comedy, he does take some things seriously.
If you’ve been watching TV lately, allowing your brain to slowly but steadily turn to soup, you may have caught those hilarious Hulu ads, advertising the website’s vastly growing collection of TV content made available for free to view at Hulu.com.