Film and TV star George Segal, who starred for seven years on NBC’s "Just Shoot Me," is heading back to series TV.
He’ll be in a new sitcom called "Retired at 35," TVLand announced. As previously reported, the show is TV Land’s first foray into scripted TV.
According to TVLand, the show "follows a successful businessman who decides to leave the rat race of New York City behind and move into his parents’ Florida retirement home to reconnect with them, reevaluate his life and live the dream of retirement that so many are working towards. Segal will play the role of the father, who bonds with his son while showing him the glories of his newfound and liberated lifestyle."
— Allison J. Waldman