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Boldly Going Nowhere is an upcoming American television show for Fox. Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, and Charlie Day, the creators, producers, and stars of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, are currently creating the show along with their Always Sunny writers' assistant Adam Stein.[1] While they will not star in the show, they will be executive producing.[2]

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Plot

The show will be a mix of comedy and sci-fi and will contain the day to day life of the captain of an intergalactic spaceship.

Production

Currently, the executive producers are doing their work on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia before working on Boldly Going Nowhere. A pilot episode was shot in October 2008, and Fox ordered five additional episodes.[3] However, the pilot is being rewritten and refilmed to include more science fiction elements.[4] The original idea for the show came from an It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia writer's assistant, Adam Stein. He will share a created-by credit, although McElhenney, Howerton, and Day will do much of the writing.

Cast

As of October 23, 2008, Ben Koldyke has been cast to play the rogue captain Ron Teague while former Arrested Development actor Tony Hale has been cast as the captain's android companion.[5] Sunny recurring actor David Hornsby has been cast as the captain's right-hand man [6] and another recurring actress Artemis Pebdani will play Startemis, the alien communications officer.[7]

References

  1. ^ "'Sunny' creators have future at Fox". Variety. 2008-05-13. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117982417.html?categoryid=2620&cs=1. Retrieved 2008-09-09.  
  2. ^ "'Sunny' trio blasts off for 20th TV pilot" (subscription required). The Hollywood Reporter. 2008-03-14. http://login.vnuemedia.com/hr/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=LhEHZ1KhzMv1HVAZQ3MkX0P0lMH4aCfEis0BxB0EGQpaEz%2FqbpTq6dbzIJ6fArx0W1I01SVpNUDi%0AhNHHVMCeLi5k0qDMdcDX1eBaTse4jJpphjwEi3aPOrvNeVXyB55g9M66YeSt27vLcgmHphKGxRNd%0AejO0%2FHcbrV4qseI0MxNfeznTllB%2FgaRALg57VCa9i98u1vU8bqSCCRUauKaWGaGmwkqc09KOuIqf%0AgBc76tcTfuLFXNt%2FKTw4ZV9hOF%2BH4oTRx1TAni4uZNKgzHXA19XgWk7HuIyaQft1w1JqzxVGmcGK%0A9q8bZzL%2B8uXDNY1MHJBNc3Ed8F%2FZwo8Y9KykTz5qdGbcE4ksovwhSi6Y843IeeBV8RuNbQ%3D%3D. Retrieved 2008-06-17.  
  3. ^ Goldman, Eric (2008-03-14). "It's Always Sunny in Outer Space". IGN Entertainment. http://tv.ign.com/articles/859/859659p1.html. Retrieved 2008-06-17.  
  4. ^ "Boldly Going Nowhere...Actually Going Somewhere? - Boldly Going Nowhere". io9. 2009-08-10. http://io9.com/5333661/boldly-going-nowhereactually-going-somewhere. Retrieved 2010-01-02.  
  5. ^ "Fox’s Star Trek Spoof Boldly Going Nowhere Lands Captain | Underwire | Wired.com". Blog.wired.com. 2008-10-23. http://blog.wired.com/underwire/2008/10/foxs-star-trek.html. Retrieved 2010-01-02.  
  6. ^ "David Hornsby And Artemis Pebdani Boldly Go Nowhere". The TV Remote. http://www.thetvremote.com/david-hornsby-and-artemis-pebdani-boldly-go-nowhere/. Retrieved 2010-01-02.  
  7. ^ "It's Always Sunny In Space — Behind The Scenes". Videogum. 2008-11-26. http://videogum.com/archives/behind-the-scenes/its-always-sunny-in-space_038431.html. Retrieved 2010-01-02.  

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