Posted by Hayley in Feb 24,2012 with No Comments
Zachary Levi has admitted that he was hesitant about joining a new Fox comedy pilot.
The Chuck star will play an uptight husband in family sitcom Let It Go.
“This guy believes in a social contract, so sternly, and that we all should abide by it,” he told TVLine.
Levi explained that he was initially planning on taking a break from television following the conclusion of NBC’s Chuck.
“After finishing Chuck and the journey that that was, I actually decided that I didn’t want to do TV for a little while… but I do believe that television is, now more than ever, an incredible medium,” he said.
“And a lot of the advice I was getting from… people in film and television was that it’s not about the size of the screen, it’s about the quality of the content. And I really believe in this content.”
Levi added that he is currently the only actor attached to Let It Go, which has been written by Traffic Light’s DJ Nash.
“We shoot the pilot in a month, and then it’s up to the television gods,” he revealed. [source]
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