It has been confirmed that ABC is currently in development on a sequel to David E. Kelleyis a legal comedy-drama, Ally McBeal. Twenty years ago, the show aired its final episode on Fox after winning multiple Emmys during its five seasons from 1997 to 2002. The sequel to the series is being written and executive produced by Karin Gist and will follow a whole new character. Gist would also serve as showrunner.
The new series will apparently follow a bright young black woman who graduates from law school and immediately lands a job at the law firm Ally McBeal in the original show. The main character of the sequel series is said to be the daughter of Ally’s roommate Renee Raddick. Renée was originally played by Lisa Nicole Carsonwhich largely ceased to act after Ally McBeal ended. Apparently it was about Calista Flockhart reprising her role as Ally McBeal in some capacity in the new series and also serving as executive producer. It is said that Flockhart will not make a final decision on his involvement in the sequel series until the script is finalized.
Kelley, who created other hit shows such as big little lies and big sky after Ally McBeal was cancelled, does not return in any capacity for the continuation of the series, but apparently gives his blessing. Gist is a prolific producer who has worked on many popular shows including Girlfriends, House of Lies, Revengeand Mixed. Gist is currently showrunner for the limited series biopic, Mike. 20th Television, part of Disney TV Studios, will produce the Ally McBeal spin off.
the original Ally McBeal The series starred Flockhart as a young lawyer who deals with the trials and tribulations of adult life. The show extensively explored the lives of Ally’s colleagues at Cage and Fish, the Boston law firm where she is employed. The cast of the show contained huge names like Robert Downey Jr., Lucy Liu, and Jon Bon Jovi. The series also managed to revive the career of Jane Krakowski, Regina Hall, Julianne Nicholson, James Marsdenand Hayden Panettiere. Ally McBeal won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy in 1998 and 1999 and won the Emmy for Best Comedy Series in 1999. The original Ally McBeal The series was also notable for creating the original meme with the famous dancing baby.
The sequel to the series Ally McBeal is currently in the early stages of development, but stay tuned to Collider for more details regarding the show.
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