June 13 2024

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More Scripts For McNeill’s 666 Park Avenue

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666 Park Avenue, a new ABC drama directed by Star Trek: Voyager‘s Robert Duncan McNeill, has avoided the chopping block with an order for new scripts by ABC keeping the show alive.

The supernatural drama began airing on Sunday nights, and its three episodes thus far have averaged 5.6 million viewers per week.

Two more scripts have been ordered for 666 Park Avenue, which stars Terry O’Quinn, Vanessa Williams, Dave Annable and Rachael Taylor.

On 666 Park Avenue, residents of the Drake apartment building don’t realize that they are living in “the dark embrace of supernatural forces.” They only know that all of their dreams seem to be coming true. However, this dream fulfillment comes with a hefty price tag.

666 Park Avenue airs Sunday nights at 10 PM on ABC.

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6 thoughts on “More Scripts For McNeill’s 666 Park Avenue

  1. Well, being a guy I don’t judge too much (since most of us guys are pretty darned ugly to begin with), but he looks like a guy who’s pretty content with his life. As a director, as Peter Jackson can attest, the stresses and long work days coupled with a generous craft services table can certainly help pack on the pounds.

    Besides, every anecdote I’ve ever read about him is that he’s a really nice guy, and to me that’s all that matters.

  2. It’s the horn-rimmed glasses, Paul. He’d have to run face-first into a dumptruck to begin to look like Drew.

  3. I took the picture on the right myself, at a convention 2 weeks ago. He seemed like a nice guy.

  4. I admit I came here to the comments section to see who the heck the guy on the right was. I figured the article just omitted his identity. Wow.

    But have you seen Kate lately?

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