Sitcom veterans Ed O'Neill and Christine Baranski have joined an untitled family comedy at CBS.
The project revolves around a young couple who moves to the woman's hometown and has to deal with her complicated extended family. O'Neill and Baranski will play the woman's parents.
O'Neill, best known for his role as Al Bundy in Married... With Children, most recently had a recurring role on NBC's The West Wing. Baranski won an Emmy for her supporting role in Cybill, and received a nomination for a guest turn in Frasier.
Emmy-winning actress Christina Applegate and her husband, actor Johnathon Schaech, have filed for divorce after four years of marriage, their publicists said Tuesday.
"The decision is mutual," publicists Ame Van Iden and Chuck James said in a joint written statement. No further details were released.
Applegate, 34, is best known for her role as dimwitted daughter Kelly Bundy in the hit comedy Married ... With Children. She won an Emmy for a guest appearance on Friends.
Applegate married Schaech, a 36-year-old former model who appeared in the 1996 Tom Hanks film That Thing You Do! in 2001.
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Married... with Children is a show about shoe salesman Al Bundy who raises his dysfunctional family. Peg Bundy is Al's wife, she is addicted to shopping and watching Oprah. Marcy Rhoades/D'Arcy is the Bundys' neighbor who works as a banker. Marcy was married to Steve Rhoades, another banker, for a few years but they ended up getting a divorce. A year later Marcy met and got married to Jefferson D'Arcy, a former spy who had various jobs, but he preferred being a house husband. Kelly Bundy is the attractive daughter with the intelligence of a fruitfly. Bud Bundy is the son who has bad luck with women. Fox Broadcast History: April 1987-October 1987---Sundays-8:00 p.m. October 1987-July 1989---Sundays-8:30 p.m. July 1989-August 1996---Sundays-9:00 p.m. September 1996-June 1997---Saturdays-9:00 p.m.moreless