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04 November 2011 @ 07:52 pm

Megan Mullally Joins Fox’s ‘Breaking In’ As New Regular As Part Of Creative Revamp
go to the usual http://www. then deadline.com/2011/11/megan-mullally-joins-foxs-breaking-in-as-new-regular-as-part-of-creative-revamp/ for the actual article.

For some reason it wont let me post the url as intact line.

Megan Mullally Joins Fox’s ‘Breaking In’ As New Regular As Part Of Creative Revamp
By NELLIE ANDREEVA | Friday November 4, 2011

The Breaking In gang is getting a new boss. After a hot pursuit by the producers, Megan Mullally has closed a rich deal to join the Fox comedy as a new regular. Mullally’s character will take over high-tech security firm Contra Security, which had been run by Oz (Christian Slater), who will now have his own boss. The high-profile cast addition is part of significant creative changes the comedy created by Adam F. Goldnberg and Seth Gordon is undergoing heading into Season 2. The “mission of the week” concept where members of the Contra team go out of the office on a different assignment in every episode will be scaled back as Breaking In will segue into a more office-based comedy. Production on Season 2 is slated to begin in early January. The series, which recently came back from a cancellation for the second time, is expected to be part of Fox’s two-hour mid season comedy block on Tuesday. Sony TV and Happy Madison are producing, with Goldberg, Gordon and Doug Robinson executive producing. Mullally’s deal for Breaking In will allow her to continue her co-starring gig on Adult Swim’s Childrens Hospital and her recurring roles on Parks & Recreation and Happy Endings. On the Fox series, Gersh- repped Mullally joins Slater, Bret Harrison, Alphoso McAuley, Michael Rosenbaum and Odette Annable, who may be in fewer episodes as she is also a regular on Fox’s House.

Looks like Breaking In will be back for a second season.


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It’s Official: Fox Renews ‘Breaking In’
It looks like comedy Breaking In has done the impossible, beating cancellation for a second time. I hear Fox is about to give the single-camera comedy starring Christian Slater and Bret Harrison a 13-epiosde midseason order in a complex deal with series producer Sony Pictures TV, which is still being finalized. It also includes a script commitment with penalty to a comedy pitch by Breaking In co-creator Adam F. Goldberg. The untitled 1980s family comedy, which like Breaking In is co-produced by Sony TV and Happy Madison, hit the market last week and had been pursued by all Big 4 networks.

When all is said and done, this would mark a second improbable return from the dead for Breaking In. The entire cast is expected to come back, including Odette Annable, who recently joined House as a new regular with a deal that includes provisions allowing her to also appear on Breaking In. Created by Goldberg and Horrible Bosses director Seth Gordon, Breaking In was ordered to pilot during the 2009-10 season. Despite raking as Fox’s highest testing pilot back then, the network passed on the workplace comedy set at a digital security firm. Sony kept the project alive by extending the options on the cast. Fox then ordered 2 additional scripts, and in November, the network gave Breaking In a seven-episode midseason order and a post-American Idol time slot. But in May the network canceled the show before it had finished its freshman run. Sony once again fought on. And, in a promising sign that the network had faith in the show and was open to reconsidering its decision, it joined Sony TV is shouldering the cost for extending the cast’s options and then put Breaking In on the list of contenders for its 2-hour midseason comedy block. “We all liked Breaking In but…we had to make a judgment call,” Fox’s entertainment president Kevin Reilly said at TCA last month. “It still has a shot. You know what? Stranger things have happened.” By surviving cancellation twice, Breaking In would join Family Guy as the only shows ever to do it.

As for Goldberg’s new project, it is described as an autobiographical show about growing up in the 1980s with a highly screwed up but loving family. Given the Breaking In renewal, the time frame for the show’s development is still in flux as Goldberg, who is under an overall deal at Sony TV, is expected to concentrate his immediate attention on restarting Breaking In. With the deal, Fox is doubling down on Goldberg and his voice in an effort to make the network his home. Goldberg started off in TV as writer of Syfy’s 2001 comedy pilot Area 52 and as writer-producer on CBS’ sitcom Still Standing. He segued into movies, writing Fanboys and also working on the DreamWorks animated comedies Monsters vs. Aliens and How to Train Your Dragon. WME-repped Goldberg continues to be busy in features, writing Simon Bloom: The Gravity Keeper. Additionally, he recently penned the How to Train Your Dragon special, a followup to the hit feature.
17 May 2011 @ 10:00 pm
I'll be live-tweeting during the #Breakingin finale tonight @ 9:30EST AND PST. Ask questions by replying to @bret_harrison or #savebreaking!

Be sure to tune in on Tuesday guys to show support.

Michael Rosenbaum tweeted a link to this article on deadline.com.

More Hope For 'Breaking In': Fox Moves Its Finale To Tuesday Comedy Block

BY NELLIE ANDREEVA | Friday May 13, 2011 @ 5:18pm PDTEmail This

I already reported that Fox is reconsidering its decision to cancel new comedy Breaking In. In another sign that there is hope for the show, Fox has moved its season finale next week from its post-American Idol Wednesday 9:30 PM slot to Tuesday 9:30 PM where it will air after Raising Hope. Because it has only aired after Idol, the network wants to test Breaking In as part of its comedy block. Good performance there will solidify the rookie's chances to come back from the dead for a second time. Meanwhile, Fox will extend Idol's penultimate performance show to two hours next week.

11 May 2011 @ 08:07 pm
Twitter Campaign to save Breaking In

@mrosenbaum711 Michael Rosenbaum
Twitter.com/savebreakingin - please go to this and watch us tonight. Who freaking knows? This show never says die... just like the GOONIES.

@SaveBreakingIn Contra Security
Use #savebreakingin to tell FOX that BREAKING IN should be SAVED!

@Bret_Harrison Bret Harrison
This wednesday is so huge, let's bring in more viewers and change Fox's mind. We can do this! #BreakingIn!!!
11 May 2011 @ 02:14 pm
Sorry to be the bearer of bad new but Michael Rosenbaum tweeted this morning that Breaking In has been Cancelled. Its such a shame because it was a fun show and a fun cast.

mrosenbaum711 Michael Rosenbaum
Breaking In cancelled.Had an amazing time & love my talented pal @adamfgoldberg.Thanks for support guys.I truly loved this cast. A Sad day.

Damn! They looked to be having so much fun filming it and we had fun watching it.
11 May 2011 @ 03:14 pm
I'm so pissed right now. They didn't even give the show a real chance!

Fox went on a killing spree late Tuesday, canceling five bubble shows including Human Target and Lie to Me. The network also axed freshman comedies Breaking In and Traffic Light as well as Shield creator Shawn Ryan’s rookie cop drama The Chicago Code.

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07 May 2011 @ 02:00 pm
21 April 2011 @ 08:04 pm
First, hi! I've just caught up with Breaking In and really like it :)

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Mods, could we get some kind of episode reaction/discussion tag, please? :)
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18 April 2011 @ 08:09 pm
Just a little update to inform you guys that I have finally managed to finish the layout and profile of this community so it's now officially up and running! :)

Feel free to start posting: icons, spoilers (behind a cut), videos, news, interviews, etc. It'd be lovely if we can get this community more active and perhaps have some discussions before the next episode airs.

And if you can help spread the word about breakingintv that'd be absolutely wonderful. You can even use THIS banner if you like to. Thanks so much ♥
Breaking In stars Odette Annable and Bret Harrison discuss recreating the Comic Con atmosphere for the new Fox series, the good fortune of the cast discovering their chemistry early on in the series’ production, the show’s legit geek-cred and more.

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Breaking In airs Wednesdays at 9:30 PM on Fox and stars Harrison, Annable, Christian Slater, Alphonso McAuley, Trevor Moore and Michael Rosenbaum.

Mike Tyson is stepping into the primetime ring.

The former boxing champ has signed up for a guest spot on Fox’s new comedy Breaking In, appearing as himself on the show’s first season finale.

Tyson plays a new client of Contra Security who becomes involved in a case that’s investigating a teen cyber bully. The bully causes Oz (Christian Slater) and his Contra team to go undercover at a high school (à la 21 Jump Street).

Last week, Breaking In premiered as Fox’s highest-rated live action sitcom telecast in years (its second episode, which guest stars Alyssa Milano, airs tonight after American Idol, with NASCAR champ Jimmie Johnson next week). Tyson will also appear in this summer’s The Hangover 2.

It's early March and I'm chatting with Christian Slater next to the set for his new FOX comedy "Breaking In" on the Sony Pictures studio lot.

We're perched 20 yards away from the Contra Security game room, which hasn't been featured in either of the two episodes I've seen, but which features several fully operational video games, as well as a working Skee-Ball console.

"We have a whole room full of prizes!" Slater gushes when I complain that Skee-Ball without prizes is almost sad. "There's a whole secret chamber full of stuff."

Slater's kidding, I think. But I'm not 100 percent sure, which is appropriate, since "Breaking In" features the "Heathers" star as Oz, the enigmatic, geeky and possibly unhinged head of a motley team of security testers brought in to make sure that even worse criminals can be kept out. The comedy co-stars Bret Harrison, Odette Annable, Alphonso McAuley and Trevor Moore and premieres after "American Idol" on Wednesday (April 6) night.

After we got our Skee-Ball discussion out of the way, Slater and I had a good chat about his recent string of TV roles, what it means that he's a producer on "Breaking In" and his new show's five-year plan.

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