Hello fellow Alyssa fans! Some exiting news today – Alyssa is cast in Fox’s “Breaking in”! Alyssa’s official site posted an article about it a few days ago, which you can read below. I would also like to remind you all that my computer is still in for reperation, which means I can’t save any images etc… I am truely sorry for the lack of updates here at Alyssa Milano Online the last few days, especially now that Alyssa has attented two new events and all, but there isn’t really anything I can do before I get my own computer back. I hope you will all stay patience with us – updates will resume soon. But while you wait for me to be able to save images, you can head over to Alyssa’s official site to see some gorgeous photos of our girl at the New York premiere of “Limitless” here!
A friend of me said I could borrow her computer tonight to cap a couple of Charmed episodes, as she has all the seasons on her computer. I hope to have some episodes up for you later today, or tommorow, but I can’t make any promises. I do however promise that there will be A LOT of great updates here as soon as I get my computer back – so stay with us 😉
EDIT: I just noticed that my last post has been deleted somehow. I will not re-post it, but I can sum it up quickly for you: My computer broke just a few days after I got back home, and I am now without computer! I borrowed home the one I use at school, but I am not allowed to save images, videos, programs etc… Therefore, I am pretty much unable to do anything at the site other than posting news! I hope to have my computer back in 14 days maximum.
Alyssa Milano has been cast for a guest appearance on the upcoming Fox comedy “Breaking In.”
Actress will play the ex-wife of Christian Slater’s character, Oz, who is the owner of a high-tech security firm.
“Breaking In” will debut at 9:30 p.m. April 6 — with a nice lead-in of “American Idol” — and Milano will appear in the April 13 episode. Depending upon future scripts, she has the potential to be cast in future episodes.
The pilot was shot in March and the remaining episodes are now in production. Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison Prods., Sethsquatch and Sony Pictures Television are behind the project.
Adam F. Goldberg, Seth Gordon and Doug Robinson are exec producers. Goldberg wrote the pilot with Gordon directing both the pilot and second episode.
Milano, currently appearing in the Farrelly brothers’ bigscreen laffer “Hall Pass,” is set to begin filming Gary Marshall’s romantic comedy “New Year’s Eve” with Robert De Niro, Ashton Kutcher and Zac Efron.
To read more visit: Variety.com