'Chuck' Star Zachary Levi to Star in Fox Comedy
Levi joins an ensemble cast in the Sony Produced Peter Tolan project.
Chuck star Zachary Levi is back in lead position.
Mere weeks after his long running NBC dramedy wrapped, the actor has nabbed a starring role in Fox's Let It Go, a spokesperson confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
The half-hour single camera comedy project, which hails from Sony Pictures TV, centers on a married couple: the husband (Levi), his best friend and her sister as they try to navigate, negotiate and sometimes manipulate society’s unspoken rules.
The script is being penned by DJ Nash, with Rescue Me's Peter Tolan and Michael Wimer serving as executive producers.
He joins stars including James Purefoy, Kevin Bacon and Becki Newton with projects in contention at Fox.
Levi is repped by ICM.
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