Love and Laughs Coming with the “A to Z” Television Series – Trailer

a-to-z“A to Z” is a whimsical, romantic comedy with a storyline set around an online dating company that defines the A to Z’s of a relationship, starting with meeting someone to ultimately breaking up. The cast of this television show carefully navigate a very complicated world of modern day love.

“A to Z” will premiere on October 2, 2014 on NBC, Thursday nights at 9:30 pm EST. The first season is expected to be a huge success, especially since millions of people in real life choose online matchmaking and deal with many of the same struggles as seen on the show. The series was created by Ben Queen, who also serves as the executive producer alongside Will McCormack and Rashida Jones for Warner Bros. Television.

In the series, two specific lives are followed. The first is Andrew, employed at an internet dating site who dreams of meeting the perfect girl, and the second Zelda, a down-to-earth attorney with a rebellious nature who raised by a hippie mother. The two meet by happenstance and on a quest to resolve their mismatched dating dispute, Andrew and Zelda fall in love.

As the story unfolds, the relationship from “A to Z” is chronicled of their lives and narrated by Katey Sagal, better known as Peggy Bundy on the famous Married with Children television show. Cast members include Ben Feldman (Andrew), Cristin Milioti (Zelda), Henry Zebrowski (Stu), Lenora Crichlow (Stephie), Christina Kirk (Lydia), Parvesh Cheena (Dinesh), and Hong Chau (Lora).

The first episode of “A to Z” is directed by Michael Patrick Jann and entitled “A is for Acquaintances”. Following is episode two, “B is for Big Glory”, “C is for Curiouser and Curiouser”, and “D is for The Dogs”. Although additional episodes are expected to air, actual titles and director information has not yet been released.

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