Sign Up for the Daily TV Fodder Newsletter       
buy prednisone online no prescription buy zithromax buy strattera online no prescription payday loans buy clomid buy valtrex online buy buspar no prescription buy atarax online buy diflucan buy buspar no prescription

Mark-Paul Gosselaar Reports to "Chief"

gosselaar.jpgWho knew that the kid from "Saved By the Bell" would go so far? Screech sightings aside, the Hollywood Reporter says that Mark-Paul Gosselaar has landed a role on the new ABC hit "Commander in Chief."

The three names didn't work as well for former costar Tiffany Thiesen, but Gosselaar must have become buddies with executive producer Steven Bochco on the set of "NYPD Blue." Not a bad friend to have. He scored that sweet gig, and now that Bochco is taking the reins of "Chief," he has invited Gosselaar along for the ride.

Gosselaar will play a slick media strategist, but we're not exactly sure whether he will be working for or against America's favorite current president. Bochco was named executive producer of the hit earlier this month after creator Rod Lurie stepped down.

Gosselaar's first episode will air around late November. "Commander in Chief" airs Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m. (EST) on ABC. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on October 24, 2005 2:43 PM
Permalink |

Got something to say? Post a comment:

Maybe this new cast member can have an affair with the first son?

-- Posted by: Mikey at October 25, 2005 1:46 PM

so zak isnt dead??

-- Posted by: me at October 30, 2005 7:13 AM

isnt zak dead how did he dye

-- Posted by: georgia at December 22, 2006 11:41 AM

I'm confused.

-- Posted by: Confused at March 3, 2008 11:53 PM

hes hot

-- Posted by: karlie at April 25, 2008 3:41 PM

Got something to say? Post a comment:

More Recent Stories:
ABC Cancels "Ugly Betty"
3 Words: Steven Seagal Contest!
Pernell Roberts Dies
"SNL" to Air Sports Special
TV Land Loves "Raymond"
"30 Rock" Blogger Wanted
It's Official: Conan is Out
Stand-Up DVD Giveaway!
Sarah Silverman Coming Back in February
Sara Rue & Bruno Campos Stop by "Private Practice"