CW picks up 'Eight Days a Week' for midseason
Who said the next TV season’s lineups were set in stone? The CW has picked up “Eight Days a Week,” a single-camera comedy, scheduled to begin midseason. The show, created by newbie comedy writer Meredith Lavender and produced by Sean Hayes (“Will & Grace”) centers on four twentysomethings who work as assistants to VIPs and have no life, so they learn to rely on each other.
The show’s stars are Mario Lopez (“Dancing With the Stars”) and Christina Milian, who has guest-starred in “Clueless” and “Charmed.” The cast also includes Rosa Blasi of “Strong Medicine”; Johnny Lewis of “Quintuplets”; Jerrika Hinton, who has guest-starred on “Everybody Hates Chris” and “Gilmore Girls”; Anna Chlumsky, who has guest-starred on “30 Rock”; and Robert Ri’chard who guest-starred on “Veronica Mars.”