October 6th, 2013, 4:40am– We were all so excited when Rupert Grint was cast as the lead in the CBS pilot Super Clyde, and we were all so disappointed when the show wasn’t picked up for a full series. However, we will now all be able to watch the one episode that Rupert actually shot in Los Angeles in March and April of this year.
The show’s creator Greg Garcia was asked about his projects on reddit.com during an “Ask me Anything” session:
I shot a single camera pilot recently called Super Clyde starring Rupert Grint that didn’t get picked up, but I’m very happy to say that CBS is going to put it on the internet on October 9th — both on CBS.com and a bunch of other places. I was really happy with the way it turned out, so I’m excited people are going to see it. The Millers is taking up a lot of my time right now, but I do have a few things in development that I’m supervising. They are all in the early stages.
So, we only have to wait a few days before we finally get to see Super Clyde – how exciting!
And if Greg Garcia‘s words aren’t enough to convince you that this is really happening, take a look at this screenshot from the CBS official site:
We can’t wait!