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#1 Posted on 10.7.02 1359.30 Reposted on: 10.7.09 1401.16
Since Shaquille O'Neal has found big-screen success to be as elusive as good calls in Sacramento, he's instead decided to focus on the small-screen.
O'Neal recently met with execs from the major networks to pitch a one-hour drama project that he would executive produce. This project comes from a story created by O'Neal, and follows the ongoing friendship between two basketball players.
Shaq realizes his schedule is such that he couldn't star in the show, but he would make occasional guest appearances as his schedule would permit.
Judith McCreary, the supervising producer on the Showtime drama THE HOOP LIFE has signed to write and executive produce the project.
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#5 Posted on 10.7.02 1907.43 Reposted on: 10.7.09 1911.57
Once again Shaq is trying to overcompensate for his Irish curse. Actually the show might be O.K. if it is on cable not on network T.V. HBO and Showtime do some pretty good shows and if this show had to balls to deal with the real issues that NBA players have that might be O.K.