It's been forever since we've heard anything about the Always Sunny creators' pitch for a space opera comedy, Boldly Going Nowhere. Now there's news that the Reno 911 creators are making their own FX space comedy. So, is Boldly dead?
We've been speculating that the Always Sunny creator's space-comedy series, Boldly Going Nowhere was circling a black hole of cancellation before even airing. But don't abandon ship yet: the entire pilot is getting rewritten to include more science fiction elements.
Fox became the first TV network to announce their slate of new pilots for fall yesterday, and worryingly, only one of them is science fiction. Has the honeymoon come to an end for the network?
We got to know Charlie Day's crew of holo-deck abusing, baby dick robots, via a leaked Boldly Going Nowhere script. It's spot-on manic humor set in space, that would make Futurama's writers blush. Spoilers ahead.
Star Trekky spoof Boldly Going Nowhere is mere inches away from getting picked up on Fox. But don't let the choice of network fool you — this comedy will probably bring the biting humor in a big way, as the brilliant minds behind It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton) are…
Click to viewGet ready for space baby dick jokes, holo-deck masturbation, and half man-half fish characters in the new Fox series Boldly Going Nowhere, appearing as a midseason replacement on Fox. One of the new scifi comedy's writers, Charlie Day, is an original creator of the already established as comedy perfection
It looks like we'll get a quasi-remake of Quark, the sitcom about an intrepid starship crew, this fall on Fox. The network greenlit Boldly Going Nowhere, a new comedy from the creators of It's Always Sunny In Philadephia, which deals with the mundane lives of a starship crew. Says one of the creators, "We grew up…