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The veteran actor was first tapped to guest star in four episodes this fall to help take the sitcom through the tricky transition from a show that revolved around the travails of a harried dad and newspaper columnist played by John Ritter, who died of a heart ailment in September, to a new focus on a family coping with the sudden loss of its patriarch.
» The Hennessy clan on ABC's 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter will have Grandpa Jim sticking around for a while.
Spade first gained fame with his 1990-96 stint on NBC's Saturday Night Live.
He segued into a co-starring role on the NBC sitcom Just Shoot Me from 1997-2002.
Accepted centers on an underachieving high school senior who, wanting to get his parents off his back about higher education, decides to take an entrepreneurial point of view on things.
Sources said the script is in the vein of Old School.
Perez, who came out of the Walt Disney Co.'s writer-in-residence program a few years ago, has his dance card full.
He is writing Hardy Men with Ben Stiller attached for Fox 2000 and The Afterparty and Hit Man for Warner Bros. Shady Acres produced the Shadyac-directed hit Bruce Almighty as well as Dragonfly. » Just like the New York Yankees, Fox cruised to victory on Tuesday with its coverage of Game 3 of baseball's World Series.
2 spot for the night in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research. Jim episode perked up to 9.8 million viewers and 4.6/12 in the demo, though Less Than Perfect (8.2 million, 3.6/9) lost some ground at p.m.
That alone would have been enough to give ABC the nightly win on the first Tuesday of the November sweep (Oct. 26), but ABC also was boosted by a strong performance at 9 p.m.
from According to Jim, which hit its highest-ever ratings with an average of 14.8 million viewers and a 6.0/15 in 18-49.
» Fox's American Idol Christmas special and a special NBC airing of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy did respectable business against regularly scheduled competition Tuesday, the second to last night of the November sweep.
Still, CBS and ABC split the nightly win as usual on the strength of their regular lineups, even though NBC had the night's most-watched show in 10 p.m.'s Law & Order: SVU, which brought in 13.1 million viewers and 5.0 rating/14 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research.