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'Breaking Bad's' Betsy Brandt joins Michael J. Fox's NBC comedy
Betsy Brandt, who co-stars on "Breaking Bad," won't have much of a rest after the AMC drama wraps its final season.
She is set to join Michael J. Fox on his upcoming NBC comedy, according to Deadline.
The Sony Pictures TV-produced single-camera comedy has a 22-episode order and will begin airing this fall. Produced by Will Gluck ("The Loop"), is loosely inspired by Fox's real life. He stars as Mike Burnaby, a family man who tries to return to his former job as a New York TV anchor after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Brandt will play the lead female role of Mike's wife, who is employed at their daughter’s high school.
The actress' schedule will be tight as "Breaking Bad" is currently filming its last few episodes in Albuquerque, NM, while Fox's show will commence production next week in New York.
Gluck directed the pilot, which also stars Wendell Pierce, Katie Finneran, Conor Romero and Jack Gore.