[03/13/12 - 09:23 AM] Video: A Few Minutes With... "Breaking In" Co-Star Alphonso McAuley By Jim Halterman (TFC)
It doesn't happen often that a television series is officially cancelled and then resurrected by the same network that cancelled it but that's what happened with the Adam F. Goldberg/Seth Gordon sitcom, "Breaking In." The workplace comedy set at a high tech security firm and starring Christian Slater and Bret Harrison returned to the schedule last week with a few cast changes - Megan Mullally is in as a new boss with Erin Richards as her dutiful assistant while Odette Annable, who ended up on "House" after the cancellation last year, is around for a few more episodes before she departs. What hasn't changed are the fun security missions like tonight's episode featuring a diamond bra as well as a constant stream of lightning fast pop culture references and a devotion to films like "Back to the Future," "Robocop" and the "Star Wars" movies.
Our Jim Halterman recently stopped by the "Breaking In" set on the Sony lot in Culver City last week to chat with stars Slater, Mullally, Richards, Harrison, Alphonso McAuley and co-creator/executive producer Goldberg to chat about the new lease on life for the series as well as what fans can expect to see in the upcoming episodes.
And here's the complete index of all the interviews from the event:
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