Jason Lee could soon be back on the small screen. The actor has been cast in a new CBS pilot called What Goes Around Comes Around, according to The Wrap.
The news outlet shared a few details about his role and the series:
“Lee will play Kenny, a husband, father and owner of a hip music-management company. Kenny and his wife, who were wild and reckless teenagers, now face their worst nightmare: raising three teenagers of their own.”
Lee is familiar to television audiences. He starred for four seasons on NBC comedy My Name is Earl, and on FOX comedy Raising Hope.
What Goes Around Comes Around will be written and executive produced by Dan Kopelman, who has worked on Malcolm in the Middle and Rules of Engagement.
Do you want to see Jason Lee back on the small screen? Will you watch this new series on CBS? Tell us what you think.
Looking forward to seeing Jason on TV in the new show. Earl was one of the best ever. Killer comedy. I feel sure he will bring his fans and many more to the show.
Loved “Earl” and “Hope”. Hopefully, this will complete a “three-peat”.
please, not ANOTHER comedy where the dad is super smart at work but some how a complete and utter clueless moron at home