Thursdays on NBC (9:30-10 p.m. ET)
From the Emmy Award-winning creators of NBCs Will & Grace comes this new comedy about a talented young TV producer who arrives in Miami to revamp the lowest-rated morning show in the country. Jake Silver (Mark Feuerstein, NBCs The West Wing) puts his rising career and his heart on the line after meeting the shows captivating hair stylist Dylan (Ashley Williams, Indian Summer), who wows him like nobody ever has before — but presents a romantic challenge.
As Jake sets about transforming the show into a winner, he inherits an eclectic ensemble of employees, including arrogant host, Gavin Stone (Matt Letscher, The Mask of Zorro), who was once an up-and-coming newscaster but now wallows in this dismal Miami morning slot; Lucia Rojas-Klein (Tessie Santiago, The Queen of Swords), a self-centered Cuban-American co-host who shares the spotlight willingly only with her dog, Stuey; Frank Alfano (Jere Burns, Something So Right), a highly insecure station manager, prone to groveling; and his lazy, burned-out assistant, Penny (Constance Zimmer, The Fighting Fitzgeralds). Brooke Dillman (The Wayne Brady Show) also stars as Sister Brenda, a volcanic nun who is Good Morning, Miamis weather-caster.
Making her return to network television, four-time Emmy Award nominee Suzanne Pleshette (The Bob Newhart Show) portrays Jakes outspoken grandmother, Claire, who provides him with unlimited love, mixed with candid insights about his life.
Good Morning, Miami is a production of Warner Bros. Television. David Kohan & Max Mutchnick (Will & Grace) are the creators and executive producers.