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McCormack to make 'Union' with TBS

Nov. 20, 2006 at 7:00 PM   |   Comments

ATLANTA, Nov. 20 (UPI) -- Canadian actor Eric McCormack is set to team with the TBS cable network on a new U.S. comedy pilot entitled "Imperfect Union."

The former star of "Will & Grace" has signed on to serve as an executive producer in the comedy that recently signed TV regulars Zachary Levi and Ashley Williams to play its two leads, Zap2it.com reported .

McCormack, who garnered popularity as gay lawyer Will Truman on the NBC sitcom, will produce the pilot along with Michael Forman through his company, Big Cattle.

While Williams comes off a limited role on the CBS comedy "How I Met Your Mother," Levi was previously a regular on the sitcom "Less Than Perfect."

McCormack, who garnered popularity as gay lawyer Will Truman on the NBC sitcom, will produce the pilot through his company, Big Cattle.

The Web site said that the pilot, that represents TBS' third new original series, follows the head of a factory and his interaction with a new union leader.

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