Regardless of whoever died in the fire, there is one thing that i don’t want to see happen on HTGAWM, which is Simon replacing whoever died in the fire in the squad. I see what Pete and the writers are trying to do, slowly integrating Simon more in each episode and let me just say that i don’t like it. First of all, i don’t like Simon at all. He seems like one of those weasely types that would sell you out in a heartbeat. Also Simon replacing whoever died in the fire would greatly change things in the wrong direction. IMO the Keating 5/Murder Quintet are like one of your favorite bands that you have grown to love and get excited seeing them together. Simon coming in as a replacement would ruin the special chemistry IMO. Sure he might have an interesting back story, but at the same time, the show would lose that special something. I really hope that Pete and the writers will not go through with this, because this is the type of thing that causes shows to go in the wrong direction.

  • Drake: Boo just because you got a sugar daddy who pays for everything for you?
  • Michaela: I don't have a sugar daddy, I've never had a sugar daddy, if I wanted a sugar daddy, yes, I probably could go out and get one because I am what? Sickening. You could never have a sugar daddy because you.are.not.that.kind.of.girl. Baby everything I have I have worked for and I have got myself. I've built myself from the ground up FUCKING BITCH! [throws drink]

ABC Nabs Rapper Mayor Comedy From Jeremy Bronson, Daveed Diggs & Bluegrass FanFare With Big Commitment

In a highly competitive situation, ABC has given a cast-contingent pilot production commitment to a single-camera comedy about a hip-hop artist-turned-mayor from writer Jeremy Bronson (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon), Hamilton co-star Daveed Diggs and Jamie Tarses, Scott Stuber & Dylan Clark’s Bluegrass FanFare. ABC Studios, where Bronson and the recently launched Bluegrass FanFare are under overall deals, is the studio.

Written and executive produced by Bronson, the untitled City Mayor Project centers on a struggling hip-hop artist who runs for mayor to promote his mixtape – and wins.

Diggs executive produces. The rapper-actor, who won a Tony for playing Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson in the Broadway smash Hamilton, is NOT attached to act in the project, which also is executive produced by Tarses, Stuber and Clark via Bluegrass FanFare. James Griffiths, who directed the pilot for the ABC/ABC Studios comedy series Black-ish, is attached to direct and executive produce.

While I took a nap, D adds “Executive Producer of an ABC show” to his resume. There’s a metaphor here.