Zachary Levi's New Pilot Casts 'Bones' Co-Star and a Wife
Zachary Levi's New Pilot Casts 'Bones' Co-Star and a Wife
Laurel Brown
Laurel Brown
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
The new FOX comedy pilot, Let It Go, starring Chuck star Zachary Levi has added two actors to its cast. Joel David Moore (Bones, Avatar) and Kat Foster ('Til Death) are now set to co-star in the show.

The casting was first reported by Joel David Moore will play Zachary Levi's character's best friend, while Kat Foster will play his wife. A fourth central role of the Kat Foster character's sister has not yet been cast.

Let It Go is a single-camera comedy (meaning no laugh track, yay!) that focuses on a married couple, the husband's "opposite" best friend, and the wife's sister. The group spends their time trying to "navigate, negotiate and sometimes manipulate society's unspoken rules." DJ Nash wrote the pilot and Sony TV is producing.

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Joel David Moore is best known to TV watchers as the phlegmatic Colin Fisher, the most depressed of Brennan's "squinterns" on Bones. He also had a prominent role in the film Avatar, in which he played Dr. Norm Spellman. Kat Foster is best known for her role as Steph Woodcock in the comedy series 'Til Death. Since then, Foster has had recurring roles on The Unusuals, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Weeds. Zachary Levi, of course, recently finished his run as the star and titular character in the action comedy, Chuck.

Chuck star Zachary Levi is cast in a new FOX pilot.

While any pilot has only a chance of ever making it to air, Let It Go at least has a cast that FOX might find attractive. Plus, with FOX's lean offerings in the live-action comedy realm, sitcoms have an excellent shot at the fall schedule. Final decisions about the fate of Let It Go and other pilots should come sometime during the summer.

Are you interested in watching Let It Go? Have any other pilots seemed interesting to you? Would you miss Joel David Moore on Bones if this pilot made it to series? Leave your comments below!

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