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But it wasn't fun, and there was no love lost between her and the CBS powers that be when she left.
Weeks after her last day at the job, she lost the father she adored.
A source familiar with the pitch said both Pfeiffer and Couric are pitching along with the show’s creator, Diane English, who is no stranger to fictionalized versions of TV news operations having created the CBS series “Murphy Brown,” which starred Candice Bergen as a news anchor from 1988-1998.
Also attached as executive producers are Eric and Kim Tannenbaum, who are coming off “Two and a Half Men.” Though they are under an overall deal at CBS TV Prods., they’ve been given permission to produce this series without the studio.
My intention was to provide a pause for the viewer to have a moment to consider this important question before presenting the facts on Americans’ opinions on background checks.
After just two seasons, Katie Couric bid farewell to viewers on Wednesday as her daytime talk show "Katie" came to an end.
The project would mark the first starring role in a TV series for Pfeiffer, an Oscar-nominated actress who has as impressive a film role resume as there is but hasn’t worked on screen much in recent years.
Though storylines aren’t drawn directly from Couric’s experiences, she is expected to ensure the series strikes realistic notes. She's always loved to sing, and today, along with two female backup singers, she's in a New York City recording studio singing the pop classic "Johnny Angel." The three women are reprising a recent performance they gave at a fund-raiser at Katie's church, but as to why they're putting it on tape, "I'm not sure," says Katie, flashing her famous ear-to-ear grin."Just because it's really fun." debuting this month, she's dressed in a peach blouse, a slim white skirt, and very high heels; the famous legs are tanned and as shapely as ever."Johnny Angel, how I love him / He's got something I can't resist..." she croons into the mic.Cable channels and streaming services may not be in the morning TV news business, but they’re considering entry in the form of a fictional comedy series set in that world.That’s the premise of a hot pitch making the rounds this week at HBO, Showtime, AMC, Netflix and Amazon that would star Michelle Pfeiffer as an anchor not unlike the one once played in real life by Katie Couric, the “Today” veteran who is attached to the project as an executive producer.