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The addition of Megan Mullally to the cast of Fox’s Christian Slater comedy Breaking In (Tuesdays, 9:30 p.m. ET) is making the series more of an office-set show, so it seemed only fitting to invite her to visit our own New York offices. She chose to accept two missions while on EW turf: Tease upcoming story lines (look for her in a future Spoiler Room column), and “break in” to a handful of staffers’ offices and tell us the one thing she’d steal from each of them.
On Breaking In, Mullally’s character, Veronica, is the new boss at the high-tech security firm, and she is beginning to make friends. “At the beginning of the series, they were going in one direction that they were asked to go in by the network, and then, the network kind of changed its mind a little bit and asked them to go in a different direction, which is lighter, more comedic,” Mullally says. “Now that more episodes are coming, it’s clearer that it’s more about the people in the office and their relationships to each other than people going out on capers and missions.”
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After being canceled last May and then revived in August, Fox’s comedy Breaking In is finally returning for its second season on March 6 at 9:30 p.m.
There are changes afoot for the show’s reappearance: Most notably, Will & Grace alum — and comedy MVP this season, thanks to turns on series like Parks and Recreation, Up All Night, and Happy Endings — Megan Mullally has joined the cast as the new head of Contra Security. There are changes to the story, too: New episodes of Breaking In focus less on the capers that defined the first season and more of the antics in and around Contra, making the show more of an office comedy.
Getting impatient for its return? Lucky for you, EW has an exclusive first look video that delves into what’s happening in season 2, as explained by castmembers Mullally, Christian Slater, Bret Harrison, Alphonso McAuley, and Erin Richards. Enjoy here:
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