Everywhere one looks there are signs of it. Every so often, however, one of them lands with a bit of a thud on the television stage, and that is unfortunately what happened with this show. Credit has to be given to Terra Nova for being a show that was willing to take some chances with what could be shown on network television. And, to be fair, it has some pretty great special effects and the premise, that a group of humans have to go back in time to set up a colony in the prehistoric past, was an interesting one. As with so many other sitcoms, this one came out of the gate with two things in its favor: TV veterans John Stamos and Paget Brewster.
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While on Collider Ladies Night , Sarah Paulson highlighted two past projects that have a rather unique thing in common - she thinks she booked those roles because of the wives of the men directing them. The other project was one of the hottest things in Hollywood at the time, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip , the series Aaron Sorkin created right after The West Wing with Thomas Schlamme serving as executive producer and director of four episodes. So how exactly did the casting process on these two play out? That one. I was thinking maybe the other one. The show was set behind-the-scenes of a Saturday Night Live -like sketch comedy show and featured Paulson as Harriet Hayes, one of the performers.
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The series took place behind the scenes of a live sketch comedy show which is also called "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" or "Studio 60" on the fictional television network NBS or the National Broadcasting System. The series prompted Syndication to engage in an intense bidding war for the rights to the show in October of , with Syndication agreeing to a "near-record license fee" in order to obtain the rights. It was the show most anticipated by media buyers prior to the network upfront presentations, according to MediaLife.