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'Jake in Progress,' 'The Bachelor' Return Jan. 9

November 17th, 2005 8:30am EST favorite Add to My News
Jake in ProgressJohn Stamos returns in Jake in Progress, a fast-paced comedy that follows New York publicist Jake and his friends as they juggle life, love and commitment. This season Jake's former fiancie, Annie (Charlotte Ross), is unexpectedly back on the scene, and Jake gives settling down some serious thought (even though she's engaged to someone else). Best pal Adrian (Ian Gomez) offers advice from a married guy's POV. There's a new guy in town when Mark (Dondre Whitfield), Jake and Adrian's college buddy, moves back. A former tennis pro and recently divorced, Mark is looking for some guidance as he re-enters the social scene (even though Jake is thinking of retiring from the game). Meanwhile, Naomi (Wendie Malick) embraces late-in-life motherhood as only she can, and Patrick (Rick Hoffman) leaves performance art behind for a steady gig running a bakery.

The original relationship show that is purely about the search for love, "The Bachelor," returns with an edition currently being shot in the world's most romantic city -- Paris, France. The new bachelor has yet to be announced, but he's a sexy Southerner who's serious about finding the love of his life. Maybe everything your mother ever said about "a nice doctor" is true. The series will run for eight weeks.


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