Updated December 28:
Executive producer Bryan Fuller recently tweeted that "Mockingbird Lane," featuring "Glee" guest star Cheyenne Jackson was not picked up to series as he originally hoped.
I tweet with a heavy heart. NBC not moving forward with #MockingbirdLane. From producers and cast, thank you all for enthusiasm and support.— Bryan Fuller (@BryanFuller) December 27, 2012
Originally posted October 15:
On October 26, "Mockingbird Lane," the reboot of the 1960s classic TV show "The Munsters," will premiere on NBC. Fans of "Glee" will see a familiar face in the pilot, as Cheyenne Jackson (ex-Dustin Goolsby) appears as a dinner guest freaked out by the Muster family.
Helmed by Bryan Fuller ("Heroes"), "Mockingbird Lane" also stars Portia de Rossi ("Arrested Development") as Lily, Eddie Izzard ("United States of Tara") as Grandpa and Jerry O'Connell ("The Defenders") as Herman. The pilot is being released as a TV movie, with the hopes of producing at least six more episodes.
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