Wendi McLendon-Covey Solid in ‘St. Denis Medical’ NBC Comedy Pilot
The Goldbergs vet Wendi McLendon-Covey is taking cost of St. Denis Medical at NBC.
Written by Justin Spitzer and Eric Leding, the duo behind American Auto and Superstore, the mockumentary comedy pilot follows medical doctors and nurses in an underfunded Oregon hospital as they juggle attempting to assist sufferers whereas holding on to their very own sanity.
McLendon-Covey will play “Joyce, the Govt Director of St. Denis Medical and former oncological surgeon with large goals for the way forward for St. Denis — goals not presently being realized,” our sister website Deadline studies.
The casting announcement comes simply weeks after TVLine reported that ABC’s ’80s-set comedy The Goldbergs is ending its 10-season run with the upcoming Could 3 finale. Loosely based mostly on the lifetime of creator Adam F. Goldberg, the sequence presently stars McLendon-Covey (as Beverly), Sean Giambrone (as Adam), Troy Gentile (as Barry), Hayley Orrantia (as Erica) and Sam Lerner (as Erica’s husband Geoff).
“It’s been an honor to be a part of The Goldbergs for the final decade,” McLendon-Covey stated in an announcement on the time of the announcement. “I’m actually happy with what we completed with the present, and I’m so fortunate to have had such a rewarding expertise.”
Along with her 10 years as The Goldbergs’ Bev, McLendon-Covey’s TV credit embody Reno 911!, I Hate My Teenage Daughter, Guidelines of Engagement and voice work on myriad exhibits.