Swayze shot the first season of the show while being treated for pancreatic cancer. Shortly before the series was to premiere, the actor was hospitalized for pneumonia for a week. He reportedly left the hospital last Friday and is now home taking it easy for a while.
"He's doing good," producer Bill Rotko told the celebrity gossip Web site These Boots Are Made for Stalking last week. "He's a tough (expletive). We're hoping he'll be back for a second season!"
Producer Vincent Angell added: "He's great. He sounds great. He is proud of what he's done."
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