Michael J. Fox has a new daughter on his still- untitled NBC comedy.
Juliette Goglia (“Easy A”) will play Mike’s daughter on the untitled NBC comedy.
The show is inspired by the former “Family Ties” star’s life. The Peacock Network ordered 22 episodes of the single- camera comedy, which features MJF as a New York City husband and father of three. He deals with life challenges, including Parkinson’s disease.
Fox came to fame on “Family Ties” on NBC. He then broke out in the “Back to the Future” films and “Teen Wolf.”
Betsy Brandt (“Breaking Bad”) will play Mike’s wife.
Katie Finneran, Wendell Pierce, Conor Romero and Jack Goor were also recently added to the cast.
Goglia has appeared in “The Finder,” “Private Practice” and “Joan of Arcadia.”
The show will premiere in fall 2013. The series is from Sony Pictures TV and Will Gluck’s company. Sam Laybourne and Gluck co- created the series, and Laybourne will pen the project.
Richard Schwartz from Olive Bridge will co- executive produce. Gluck will direct the pilot.
The show is also still looking for Mike’s sweet executive producer.
Goglia is represented by CESD, Industry Entertainment and by Jackoway Tyerman.