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FX Orders New Denis Leary Series
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FX Orders New Denis Leary Series

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FX is working with Denis Leary once again, this time giving a ten episode order for his series Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll. Leary created the series and will also star. It will be produced by FX Productions and Fox Television Studios for a 2015 debut on FX.

The announcement was made by Eric Schrier and Nick Grad, the Presidents of Original Programming for FX Networks and FX Productions.

Here’s a quick synopsis:

SDRR is centered on Johnny Rock (Leary), a middle-aged rock ‘n roller who desperately wanted to be rich and famous. So far, he’s 0 for 2. As the magnificently talented lead singer of New York’s legendary early 90’s band The Heathens, Johnny was on his way to the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. His best friend Flash (Corbett) was being called the next number one lead guitar player on planet earth. The critics loved them. Their live shows were selling out. But Johnny had a problem with booze. And coke. And weed. And pills. And cough medicine. And oh yeah – he slept with Flash’s wife. And his bass player’s fiancé. The band broke up the same day their first and only record was released. 25 years later Johnny is trying to get the band back together. Why? Because as his soon-to-be-ex manager Ira Feinbaum tells him: “Johnny, you’re 50, broke and completely anonymous. In rock ‘n roll you know what that makes you? A bartender.”25 years later the sex might be harder to find, the drugs might be Luvox and Crestor and Cialis – but rock ‘n roll will never die. It just has a bigger prostate.

The pilot was written by Leary and directed by Michael Blieden (Sirens) and also stars John Corbett, Elizabeth Gillies, Elaine Hendrix and Bobby Kelly.

Photo Credit: FX

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