How Chuck Lorre went from ‘failure’ to ‘Big Bang’ success

How Chuck Lorre went from ‘failure’ to ‘Big Bang’ success

The first TV show that Chuck Lorre ever ran lasted five weeks. A sitcom about a Staten Island family, “Frannie’s Turn” premiered in what Lorre calls “the coveted Saturday 8 o’clock timeslot” on CBS.
Lorre had developed the show at the behest of his bosses on “Roseanne,” where he was a staff writer. He hadn’t liked the idea for the show, but he did like the faith that Marcy Carsey and the late Tom Werner had placed in him to develop and run it. When “Frannie’s Turn” was canceled, Lorre, believing he’d put that faith to waste, prepared for the worst.
“To my amazement Tom Werner said to me,... read more

19 October 2016 in Entertainment, Views: 23
Source: Fox News

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