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[07/15/07 - 10:19 PM]
AMC to Launch New Original Drama Series "Breaking Bad"
The series is described as "the dark tale of a desperate man who turns to a life of crime to secure his family's financial security."

[07/15/07 - 10:17 PM]
AMC Continues Original Programming Momentum with New Slate of Series in Development
"AMC is committed to creating an environment of cinematic quality, and it is gratifying to see that our vision is resonating with such high profile talent," stated AMC's Executive Vice President of Programming and Production, Rob Sorcher.

[07/15/07 - 10:15 PM]
AMC Establishes Commitment to Miniseries with New Programming Slate in Development
The projects include "State of Wrath" (Michael Blake and Lou Morheim), "Berlin Mesa" (Michael Frost Beckner, John Baldecchi, and Rich Silverman), "Skylark" (Michael Nankin, Jonathan Baruch with CBS/Paramount), "White Rose" (John Leekley) and "L-19" (William Brookfield, Gub Neal, and Justin Thompson Glover).

[06/20/07 - 06:02 PM]
AMC Greenlights New Original Drama Series Breaking Bad
Plus: the network confirms its original series "Mad Men" will premiere on Thursday, July 19 at 10:00/9:00c.

[04/18/07 - 11:25 PM]
AMC Establishes Commitment to Miniseries with New Programming Slate in Development
The cable channel's development slate includes projects from Michael Blake, Lou Morheim, Michael Frost Beckner, John Baldecchi, Rich Silverman, Michael Nankin, Jonathan Baruch, John Leekley, William Brookfield, Gub Neal, and Justin Thompson Glover.

[03/22/07 - 10:51 PM]
AMC Continues Original Programming Momentum with New Slate of Series in Development
Tom Fontana, Freddie DeMann, William Finkelstein, Kip Koenig, David Semel, Karen Hall, Michael Oates Palmer, Jason Rothenberg, Scott Villa, Adam Glass, Bob Cooper, Orin Woinsky, Stacy Title and Jonathan Penner all have projects in the works at AMC.

[04/10/06 - 12:00 AM]
TV One and Warner BroS. Domestic Cable Distribution Ink Comprehensive, Multi- Year Programming Agreement for Movies, Series Including Off-Network Premiere of All of Us and Eve, as Well as Rights to Martin and Living Single

[02/14/05 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: February 14

[01/20/05 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: January 19-20

[01/11/05 - 12:00 AM]
TCA 2005 Winter Press Tour: Tuesday's Notes

[10/05/04 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: October 1-5

[05/17/04 - 12:00 AM]
ABC's 'Alias' to Get Midseason Bump

[05/16/04 - 12:00 AM]
Early Plans Leak from Five of Six Major Networks

[05/13/04 - 12:00 AM]
The WB Keeps Friday Trio for Next Season

[03/24/04 - 12:00 AM]
Actors Set Backup Plans for Fall

[03/22/04 - 12:00 AM]
Report: How Does Your Favorite Show Stack Up?

[03/09/04 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: March 9

[03/08/04 - 12:00 AM]
'Like Family' Gets Thursday WB Slot

[02/20/04 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: February 20

[02/02/04 - 12:00 AM]
The WB Unwraps Its February Sweeps Plans

[12/10/03 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: December 10

[11/18/03 - 12:00 AM]
WB Shuffles Thursday, Friday Lineups

[11/11/03 - 12:00 AM]
The WB Extends All Four New Comedies

[11/06/03 - 12:00 AM]
The WB Halts Production on 'Tarzan'

[10/30/03 - 12:00 AM]
The WB Maps November Sweeps Plans

[10/14/03 - 12:00 AM]
NBC to Bump Several Series for November Sweeps

[10/08/03 - 12:00 AM]
'One Tree Hill,' 'Eve' Top Freshman Growth

[09/18/03 - 12:00 AM]
Women High on the WB's 'Heaven,' Friday Comedies

[08/11/03 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: August 11

[07/29/03 - 12:00 AM]
Abc, the WB Announce Fall 2003 Premiere Dates

[05/13/03 - 12:00 AM]
Broadcast Upfront Presentations: The Wb, Part 2

[05/13/03 - 12:00 AM]
Broadcast Upfront Presentations: The Wb, Part 1

[05/12/03 - 12:00 AM]
WB Greenlights Four Comedies, Two Dramas for Fall Schedule

[05/08/03 - 12:00 AM]
Abc, WB Schedules Taking Shape

[03/11/03 - 12:00 AM]
Fall Pilot Shooting Schedule







ALL ABOUT THE ANDERSONS (WB)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
9/12/03 - 2/12/04
STATUS:
canceled/ended (2003-2004 season)
TIME SLOT:
not on the schedule
SEASON(S):
1 (16 episodes)
VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEB SITE
DESCRIPTION:
(from The WB's press release) Comedy sensation Anthony Anderson ("Barbershop," "Me, Myself & Irene," "Big Momma's House," "Life") brings his unique brand of humor to The WB in a new multi-ethnic comedy. Anthony plays a struggling actor and single dad trying to provide a stable environment for his 8-year-old son, Tuga (newcomer Damani Roberts). As soon as Anthony moves back into his parents' home, he immediately remembers why he left in the first place. His mother Flo (Roz Ryan, "Amen") is always understanding and supportive, but his cantankerous father Joe (John Amos, "Good Times," "The West Wing") wants Anthony to abandon his acting hopes and take a "real job" working in the family beauty salon/barber shop. To complicate things, Anthony's old room is being rented out to a white medical student, George (stage actor Paul Bartholomew), leaving Anthony alone in the garage. Torn between teaching his son about determination and providing for him, Anthony is about to put his dreams on hold. It takes Tuga to remind him that, aside from each other, their dreams are all they have. This semi-autobiographical comedy about fathers and sons is from producer Anthony Anderson, writer/producer Adam Glass, executive producer Marco Pennette ("Caroline In the City") and executive producer/director James Widdoes ("Reba," "My Wife and Kids") for Warner Bros. Television Production Inc.
PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Aimee Garcia as Lydia Serrano
· Anthony Anderson as Anthony Anderson
· Damani Roberts as Tuga Anderson
· John Amos as Joe Anderson
· Paul Bartholomew as George (Original Pilot)
· Roz Ryan as Flo Anderson
CREW INFORMATION:
· Adam Glass as WRTR (Pilot)
· Adam Glass as WRTR/PROD
· Anthony Anderson as PROD
· Anthony Anderson as WRTR (Pilot)
· James Widdoes as DIR (Pilot)
· James Widdoes as DIR/EP
· Marco Pennette as EP
· Marco Pennette as WRTR (Pilot)
GENRE(S):
· comedy (all)
· comedy (multi-camera)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Warner Bros. Television