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[09/26/13 - 11:42 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, September 26
Updates include: Martin Freeman joins FX's "Fargo" limited series; Titus Welliver to play "Bosch" for Amazon; and Daniel Cerone, David S. Goyer bring "Constantine" to NBC.

[07/29/13 - 12:06 PM]
CBS at TCA: Old Broadcast Model Still Works But Open to New Ones
Plus: Les Moonves on "Big Brother," "Beverly Hills Cop," Cote de Pablo's departure from "NCIS," new financial models and more!

[02/11/13 - 11:16 PM]
Development Update: Monday, February 11
Updates include: Josh Holloway to lead "Intelligence" at CBS; Thomas Kretschmann joins NBC's "Dracula"; and Maggie Lawson, Andre Braugher and Nate Corddry book comedy pilots.

[01/12/13 - 12:18 PM]
CBS at TCA: We Want an 11th Season of "Two and a Half Men"
Plus: Nina Tassler talks "How I Met Your Mother," "Friend Me," "Elementary" and more!

[11/01/12 - 11:17 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, November 1
Updates include: John Shiban exits AMC's "Hell on Wheels," putting season three on hold; HBO orders "Hello Ladies" to series; and Cartoon Network extends trio.

[09/18/12 - 11:04 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 18
Updates include: Amanda Lund joins CBS's "Friend Me"; David Shore lands pilot order from ABC; and Guillermo del Toro to direct potential drama at HBO.

[05/16/12 - 05:43 AM]
CBS Announces 2012-2013 Primetime Schedule
It's here: the Eye details its schedule for the upcoming season.

[05/13/12 - 09:07 AM]
Development Update: Series Pick Up - "Elementary," "Friend Me," "Golden Boy," "The Job," "Made in Jersey," "Partners," "Vegas" (CBS)
Four dramas, two comedies and one new reality show are on tap for the Eye next season.

[04/03/12 - 11:01 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, April 3
Updates include: Christopher Mintz-Plasse latest to "Friend Me" at CBS; Landon Liboiron joins Netflix's "Hemlock Grove"; and Emmanuelle Chriqui to recur on CBS's "The Mentalist."

[04/02/12 - 11:09 PM]
Development Update: Monday, April 2
Updates include: Nicholas Braun to lead "Friend Me" at CBS; Horatio Sanz joins Mary McCormack on ABC comedy pilot; and BET eyes a "Reed Between the Lines" spin-off.

[03/08/12 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 8
Updates include: Neal McDonough to lead "L.A. Noir" at TNT; Julie Benz joins Syfy's "Defiance"; and Britney Spears in talks to join FOX's "The X Factor."

[02/15/12 - 11:15 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, February 15
Updates include: Terry O'Quinn joins ABC's "666 Park Avenue"; Ali Larter is FOX's "The Asset"; and Steven Pasquale to topline NBC's "Do No Harm."

[02/06/12 - 10:55 PM]
Development Update: Monday, February 6
Updates include: Sarah Chalke to star in "How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life"; Pamela Fryman, James Burrows to helm four comedies; and Chi McBride to join CBS's "Golden Boy."

[01/27/12 - 11:33 PM]
Development Update: Friday, January 27
Updates include: ABC gets busy with five pilot orders; CBS likewise adds three comedies; and McG to direct FOX's "Guilty."







FRIEND ME (CBS)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
???
STATUS:
canceled/ended (2012-2013 season)
TIME SLOT:
not on the schedule
SEASON(S):
1 (8 episodes, 8 of which have yet to air)
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
confirmed as canceled on 7/29/13
DESCRIPTION:
(from CBS's press release, May 2012) FRIEND ME is a comedy about two 20-something best friends who just moved from Indiana to Los Angeles to start cool new jobs, but can't agree on how to socially engage in their new city. Rob (Nicholas Braun) is eager to embrace the L.A. scene and meet new people who aren't looking down at their smart phones or laptops. Evan (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), however, prefers to socialize online at home in his underwear, web-chatting and playing poker with his Hoosier buddies Mike (Parveesh Cheena), Sully (Tim Robinson) and Farhad (Dan Ahdoot) just a keystroke away. Meanwhile, Rob's had enough of iChatting, and naively posts a flyer seeking new friends on the coffee house bulletin board, despite Evan's warning that no good can come from meeting strangers in person. Soon the calls start rolling in, some with potential, some just disturbing, and Rob and a reluctant Evan embark on what will be a series of the most epic adventures - and disasters - of their lives. Alan Kirschenbaum and Ajay Sahgal, Eric and Kim Tannenbaum, are executive producers for CBS Television Studios, in association with The Tannenbaum Company. The pilot was directed by Pamela Fryman.
PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Amanda Lund as Amanda
· Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Evan
· Dan Ahdoot as Farhad
· Nicholas Braun as Rob
· Parvesh Cheena as Mike
· Steve Talley as Chuck
RECURRING/PREVIOUS CAST INFORMATION:
· Tim Robinson as Sully (Original Pilot)
CREW INFORMATION:
· Ajay Sahgal as CRTR/EP
· Alan Kirschenbaum as CRTR/EP
· Eric Tannenbaum as EP
· Kim Tannenbaum as EP
· Pamela Fryman as DIR (Pilot)
GENRE(S):
· comedy (all)
· comedy (multi-camera)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· CBS Television Studios
· Tannenbaum Company, The