NBC Comedy Pilot 'Feed Me' Adds Trio


NBC Comedy Pilot 'Feed Me' Adds Trio


Looks like there are more mouths to "feed" on NBC's new comedy pilot, 'Feed Me.' Ethan Peck ('10 Things I Hate About You'), Ed Quinn ('Eureka') and Hart Bochner ('The Starter Wife') have all been added to the single-camera project. 

NBC Comedy Pilot 'Feed Me' Adds TrioThe series, written by Sally Robinson ('Dirt'), centers on a dysfunctional family (is there any other kind?) who are bound together by the love and restaurant they share with one another. Mary-Louise Parker ('Weeds') heads up the cast as Emma, the daughter of restaurant owners Alice and Len Carroll, who leans heavily on the support of her family when she discovers her husband, Will (Bochner), is having an affair after his love tryst sent him into cardiac arrest.

Peck plays Ned, Emma's younger brother, who's suffering from some sort of arrested development. He's also a culinary artist attempting to infuse his family's decades-old restaurant with some original and unique dishes, much to the dismay of his father. Quinn will play John Carroll, the eldest of the three Carroll children, who's also the most "cynical and ironic" (there's always one).

Bochner was last seen on 'Grey's Anatomy' in a guest spot, although he'll always be creepy Ellis from 'Die Hard' to me. Peck, the grandson of Hollywood legend Gregory Peck, has popped up on 'Gossip Girl' before, along with spots in movies, including 'In Time' and 'The Sorceror's Apprentice.' Quinn has appeared on 'The Exes' and 'Castle,' in recent years.  

Michael Trim, who also worked on 'Weeds,' is directing the pilot, which is being produced by Parker, and exec-produced by Marisa Tomei, Paul Witt and Tony Thomas. 

- Ed Quinn
- Ethan Peck
- Hart Bochner
- Mary-Louise Parker
- Feed Me

Written by: briannehogan
Mar 19th, 2014, 8:07 am

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