There’s good news and bad news for Jordana Spiro. Here’s the good news, My Boys, her TBS series in which she plays sports writer P.J. Franklin, will be back for a fourth season on Sunday, July 25.
There’s also hope for a fifth simmer season of My Boys next year depending the early ratings and reviews for season four.
Here’s the bad news, because seh is contractually bound to the show, it was announced last week that she is no longer a part of the upcoming NBC comedy, Love Bites.
Spiro was cast in the show but because of her prior commitment to My Boys, won’t be able to continue work on Love Bites, even though she did appear in the pilot.
“I love both shows,” Spiro says, “but we just have to wait for the fall to see how everything works out. I had a meeting with Cindy Chupak, and I really liked her take on everything.”
On the upside, My Boys only shoots a nine-episode seasons giving Spiro more time to pursue her other passions.
“I love it,” she said of her schedule. “It’s like I go to summer camp for three months and work my butt off with people that I really enjoy being around, then I go back to my regular life, which, for me, is actually going to school. I’m going to Columbia University [in New York], to their MFA directing program.”
“I started it last year,” she said. “It’s a three-year program, but because I have to take basically leaves of absence when I’m shooting, I’ll probably finish when I’m 85. The wheelchair dolly will actually be me in a wheelchair.”
Spiro added, “I feel like I have these two completely separate lives. They’re all related to the industry, but it is two different hats I’m wearing, which is nice.”
So don’t feel too bad for the Spiro, it looks like she’s doing just fine.
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