More information to fill the lists for cancelled shows of 2012 and renewed shows of 2012. And this one is not a Deja Vu, it´s actually happening again. A season after Breaking In cheated death and was brought back from cancellation, Fox is doing it again. Bringing Megan Mullally on board was not enough of a boast as to get viewers to tune in, and just a handful of episodes of the sophomore season, Fox is pulling the show from the schedule, and it´s yet to be known what will happen with the episodes in the cans.
Fox cancels Breaking In and it joins the fate of shows like I Hate My Teenage Daughter.
What is Breaking In about? Plot Synopsis
Working at Contra Security is anything but a typical office experience. The Contra team is led by larger-than-life man of mystery and master of manipulation, OZ (Christian Slater). Then there’s Oz’s go-to guy, CAMERON PRICE (Bret Harrison), the team’s computer hacker and cyber cracker. Cameron’s best buddy in the office is CASH SPARKS (Alphonso McAuley), a fanboy who specializes in gadgets, logistics and office pranks that only a geek mastermind could think up. But what happens when the company is bought out by a stuffy, multi-billion dollar, global corporation, and these high-IQ oddballs are suddenly forced to play by the rules?
Contra Security has always been a hip, exciting place to work. One thing’s for sure: Oz is going to have a hard time taking orders – especially from their calculating new boss VERONICA MANN (Emmy Award winner Megan Mullally). Yep, that’s right. The Contra mavericks are now working for the “Mann.” Veronica is sassy and brassy, but a joy to work for…as long as you do exactly what she wants.
Can the Contra crew and the new corporate regime learn to play nice and work together? Or is the corporate takeover just another one of Oz’s brilliant plans?
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