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I think, at one point, the Cohens were called the Needlemans—they were going to be even more Jewish than they ended up being. We took the pitch in to Fox on a Saturday, because it was a bit late in the pitching season, and when they heard the pitch, they’d had it in the back of their heads that they wanted to try summer programming for the first time.
So when you’re writing this, there’s a version of the pilot that could sort of just go right into the series while we were making the pilot, so we were sort of on an accelerated track if things went well” “I remember there being some controversy over the character of Seth at first, and the network being concerned that this was a character that might hue too closely to the .” So that went away when we cast Adam Brody, who came in and was really funny and charming, but the network also felt like would be someone who girls would find appealing.
But that was a big risk at the time.” And you know that’s something that I’m now well-versed in—in television you give yourself a pat on the back for about two seconds and then you’re immediately looking to the future.
Summer shows were considered little more than schedule-filler.
Series creator Josh Schwartz was only 26—the youngest showrunner in network television at the time—and had never produced a TV show.
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