NEW YORK, July 6 (UPI) -- The ABC show formerly titled "Let's Rob ..." has a new title, "The Knights of Prosperity," leaving its band of New York bullies free to rob anybody.
"Knights of Prosperity" is reportedly the fourth title for the new fall series created by Jon Beckerman and Rob Burnett and sold to ABC, zap2it reported. The show is scheduled to air at 9 p.m. on Tuesdays.
Beckerman and Burnett schemed for a group of thieves to victimize a celebrity -- initially Jeff Goldblum, and called their script "Let's Rob Jeff Goldblum." Goldblum was tied up with NBC's midseason show, "Raines," however, and they needed to search for another fall guy.
When Mick Jagger stepped up to the task, the show's title logically changed to "Let's Rob Mick Jagger" and then finally just to "Let's Rob ... ."
The new name, "Knights of Prosperity," is what the group's leader -- Eugene Gurkin, played by Donal Logue -- calls his band of ruffians in the first episode.
Also starring in "Knights" are Sofia Vergara ("Hot Properties"), Kevin Michael Richardson ("Like Family"), Lenny Venito ("The Sopranos"), Maz Jobrani ("Life on a Stick") and Josh Grisetti.