Episodes: Five, two unaired (half-hour)
TV show dates: September 10, 2008 — September 24, 2008
Series status: Cancelled/ended
Performers include: Niecy Nash, Jerry O’Connell, Molly Stanton, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jolene Purdy, Dave Franco, May Wang, Alex Quijano, and Leila Yavari.
TV show description:
New York City’s “The Inn,” is all the rage. It’s just been named one of the Big Apple’s “10 Best Places to Stay,” and is frequently sought out by celebrity clientele. But, while its outward appearance may be appealing, there’s more to this hotel than meets the eye.
In this multi-camera comedy series, the hotel’s staff is as interesting as the guests who stay there. Much of the hotel’s polished look comes thanks to the trendy and fashionable general manager Neal (Jerry O’Connell), a man with an insatiable taste for any attractive lady that might pass by. The hotel’s receptionist, Nicole (Molly Stanton), also works as a model and is both sarcastic and constantly hungry. Bellman Jason (Brando Eaton) is a recent transplant from Nebraska who hasn’t yet been hardened by the big city. When Jason leaves The Inn, he’s replaced by Gus (Dave Franco), a roadie from a rock band who’s abandoned by his employers.
Pop-star hopeful Molly (Jolene Purdy) takes hotel reservations while Larry (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), the head of housekeeping, ends up putting more effort into taking care of his own personal disasters than those at the hotel. Casting a watchful eye over everyone is Human Resources manager Rhonda (Niecy Nash). Her honesty keeps everyone in check — especially Neal — so that guests will hopefully continue to check in.