Cable network FX announced they've picked up two new comedies today. The first, called Married, stars Nat Faxon (Ben and Kate) and Judy Greer (Arrested Development) as two best friends trying to save their marriage amidst arguing and sex troubles. Brett Gelman (Eagleheart) and Jenny Slate (Parks and Rec) play supporting roles.
FX's second new show, You're the Worst, was created by Weeds writer/producer Stephen Falk and follows two self-destructive people who fall in love and try to date. You're the Worst stars British actor Chris Geere, Aya Cash (The Wolf of Wall Street), Kether Donahue (Pitch Perfect), and Desmin Borges (The Good Wife).
FX has ordered 10 episodes [...]
Actress Judy Greer, whom you know from Arrested Development, Archer, The Descendants, and a million other things, just signed a deal with publisher Doubleday to write her first book, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Entitled I Don't Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star, the book is a humorous collection of essays tracing Greer's life from her childhood in the Midwest to her career as a prominent supporting actress in TV and film. She can next be seen reprising her role of Kitty Sanchez in the new season of Arrested Development on Netflix and appearing in the remake of Carrie, and she continues to voice Cheryl [...]
Ken Marino and Judy Greer are your dream double date couple-friends too, right? They will be now that Marino's starring in Greer's ABC pilot American Judy. Seriously, though, these two would be a good couple. In real life. I'm not kidding.
Has Judy Greer told the writers of Archer all this stuff about her mom that she just told Conan? If not, WHY NOT? They could write that character into the show no problem. Archer would totally hit on an ex-nun nurse with a darkly violent family history. Or a regular nurse, or, you know, a woman with any other profession.
Per THR, Judy Greer joins Two And A Half Men this coming season, in the reoccurring role of Bridget, soon-to-be-ex-wife of Ashton Kutcher's nerdy millionaire. Take a good look, Kutcher, because this is literally the last time you're going to see these.