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While TV shows await fall premiere, the summer rush to replace actors is on - Los Angeles Times
The TV pilot season is over. Programming executives have anointed their new shows for fall premiere, and network marketing and advertising teams are busily trumpeting their new lineups and selling pricey commercial slots for prime time.
Job done? Not quite.
For some of the new fall shows, their original pilots are often seen more as rough drafts than finished products. Characters may need work, and plot lines may be considered shaky. And the actors? Some of them may need to be replaced.
So this summer, as sales teams in New York haggle over the price of 30-second commercials, programmers and producers in Los Angeles are engaged in a frenzy of tinkering that they hope will turn what they regard as problematic pilot episodes into smash hits.
In the NBC comedy "People Are Talking," Meaghan Rath, right, had to back out because she was in another pilot that also got the go-ahead. NBC's solution was to hire Vanessa Lachey, left, who as it happened was out of work after NBC passed on her pilot, "Not Safe for Work."(Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times; Valerie Macon / Getty Images)
"If the show is good — well-written — but the producers try to make it better after pilot testing, it usually works out for the better," says Billie Gold, vice president and director of TV programming research for Carat, a New York ad firm.
Most often, the fixes take the form of recasting a key actor. ABC's new drama pilot "Quantico," for example, featured Dougray Scott as a mentor to FBI recruits. But the 49-year-old Scottish actor will be missing in action for the series (the network has yet to announce who will take his place).
Sometimes multiple actors take the fall. Shonda Rhimes' latest, ABC's crime thriller "The Catch," let go of two principals right after the series was ordered in May. ABC's 1980s period mystery "Wicked City" is recasting three roles.
Series are expensive bets — a one-hour episode of network TV now routinely...Source: www.latimes.com
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