Jon Cryer, Donald Faison, and Abigail Spencer Comedy From Mike O’Malley Lands NBC Sequence Order

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Jon Cryer is returning to the small display.

The Two and a Half Males alum is about to star in Mike O Malley’s new comedy sequence for NBC.

NBC handed out a sequence order this week, however the present is presently with out a title.

Cryer stars alongside Donald Faison (Scrubs) and Abigail Spencer (Timeless).

“After an amicable divorce, Jim and Julia resolve to proceed to lift their children on the household dwelling whereas taking activates who will get to stick with them,” the logline reads. 

“Navigating the waters of divorce and child-sharing will get extra sophisticated for Jim when the proprietor of his favourite sports activities crew enters the image and wins Julia’s coronary heart.”

The sequence comes from Lionsgate Tv and Common Tv, a division of Common Studio Group

The solid additionally consists of Finn Sweeney and Sofia Capanna.A premiere date has but to be set by NBC, however the sequence marks the third multi-camera sitcom on the community this season.

The community additionally has Lopez vs. Lopez (premiering November 4) and the Night time Courtroom revival (set for midseason).

Cryer is, after all, greatest recognized for his function as Alan Harper on Two and a Half Males.

He’s coming off a villainous function on Supergirl as Lex Luthor, which was a departure for the actor.

Spencer is greatest recognized for her work on Timeless, Gray’s Anatomy, and Fits.

Faison was hooked up to The CW’s Powerpuff Women reboot, however the sequence is being redeveloped after being nixed by the community final season.

O’Malley is taking up showrunning duties for the sequence, however he has been seen on-screen on Glee and Snowpiercer.

With a lot expertise on this sequence, will probably be enjoyable to see the way it performs out when the present premieres.

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