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Never Doubt Jack Bauer: ABC Gives Season Orders to Designated Survivor and Speechless

You could decimate the rest of TV, but Kiefer Sutherland will always live on. ABC has given full season orders to Sutherland's Designated Survivor and to Minnie Driver's family comedy Speechless. Each will get nine more episodes. Yesterday, ABC cut its order of fellow comedy Imaginary Mary from 13 episodes to nine, before that ... More »
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ABC Picks Up Minnie Driver Comedy Series

Media / Television Industry : TVWeek

ABC has reportedly placed a series order for a new comedy starring Minnie Driver. The Futon Critic reports that the network is moving forward with “Speechless,” which also stars Micah Fowler, Mason Cook, Kyla Kenedy and Cedric Yarbr...

ABC's Comedy Speechless Takes On Special Needs

Entertainment / Television : TVGuide.com: Our Take

Speechless, coming to ABC this fall, stars Minnie Driver as Maya DiMeo, a "mom on a mission," raising three children, including one with special needs. The show marks a bit of a breakthrough for a network sitcom, giving visibility t...

ABC Picks Up Minnie Driver Comedy Speechless, Renews Last Man Standing

Entertainment / Television : TVGuide.com: Our Take

Minnie Driver is returning to TV. ABC has picked up the About a Boy star's new comedy, Speechless, in which she stars as Maya DiMeo, a "mom on a mission," per ABC, who's raising three children, including one with special needs. The ...

ABC Picks Up Minnie Driver Comedy Speechless, Renews Last Man Standing

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

ABC spent Thursday canceling a whole bunch of shows; it's spending Friday announcing some of the projects that will replace them, including Speechless, a family sitcom that stars Minnie Driver as "a mom on a mission who will do anyt...

Minnie Driver on Playing an Advocate for the Disabled and Why 'Speechless' Is a "Conversation-Changer"

Entertainment / Television : The Live Feed

The actress tells THR she is “proud” to be on a comedy that features a disabled actor in a lead role and commends ABC for bringing disability to primetime TV in a new way. read more

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