Knights Of Prosperity and In Case Of Emergency debut in 9-10 hour. Lost returns on Feb. 7, in a new slot: 10 p.m. Wednesday, removing it from competition with American Idol.
ABC will kick off the New Year with the premieres of new comedies The Knights of Prosperity (9 p.m.) and In Case of Emergency (9:30 p.m.) on Wednesday, Jan. 3.
The Knights of Prosperity stars Donal Logue as the leader of a band of affable, new-age Robin Hoods who have never even shoplifted a candy bar, but now find themselves prepping for a heist to finance all of their long-held, heart-felt dreams. The target—rock icon Mick Jagger’s super luxe Central Park West apartment.
The series is co-created and executive-produced by Rob Burnett and Jon Beckerman. David Letterman, Mick Jagger and Victoria Pearman are also executive producers. Merrill Karpf, Steve Tompkins and Eric Horsted are co-executive producers. The Knights of Prosperity, a single-camera comedy, is a production of Touchstone Television.
In Case of Emergency is the story of four old friends from high school who find themselves at that stage where they realize that their lives didn’t turn out exactly the way they’d planned. Over the course of one crazy evening, a series of calamities reunites this hapless brood at Los Angeles Westside Hospital.
In Case of Emergency was created by Howard J. Morris and is a production of Touchstone Television, Bushwacker Productions and Howard J. Morris Productions.