Fox, Chernin, Gluck admitted to 'Rehab'

Kit, Borys
October 2009
Hollywood Reporter;10/19/2009, Vol. 411 Issue 47, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Fox Broadcasting Co. has acquired the television project "Rehab," from Sam Laybourne to be produced by Peter Chernin with Will Gluck, who will also be directing the project. The comedy centers on a man who fakes going to a rehabilitation facility to reconnect with a high school girlfriend, who was now a rock star and in rehabilitation.


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