Demi Moore, get REAL.
I haven’t seen her in anything recently, but according to IMDB, Demi has three films in the can, waiting to be released this year or next. I personally think Demi would be good on a television show- but know this: she thinks she is above network TV.
Demi Moore is too good for ABC. The actress was set to star in the upcoming drama “Ten Days in the Valley,” but pulled out once the network got on board, Variety reported. A source told Page Six that Moore “dropped out when ABC picked it up because . . . it was originally supposed to be a cable show. She only wanted to do cable or streaming. It’s more ‘prominent’ to go to cable or streaming.”
The show would have been Moore’s first full-time TV gig since the 1980s. Kyra Sedgwick will take over.
A lot of talented people work on networks but yes, it doesn’t have the same acclaim as HBO. And now, everyone is not-so-secretly making fun of Demi for being “above” the network tv system:
TV industry insiders were snickering after reports that Demi Moore dropped out of ABC’s upcoming series “Ten Days in the Valley” because the star feels it’s “more prominent” to do cable or streaming rather than network TV. (The series was originally for cable before it landed at ABC, and Kyra Sedgwick was brought on to replace Moore). But a source told us that ABC wasn’t exactly knocking down Moore’s door to do the project either, and ABC insiders are over the moon to land Sedgwick as her replacement.
“The fact is that no one cares about Demi, and Kyra is a bigger star, so [ABC] jumped at the opportunity to work with her,” the source scoffed. “I mean, who’s really dying for ‘streaming’?”
Lol, I love how streaming actually IS a huge thing, but whatever. Hey, if Demi doesn’t want the money, there are a ton of perfectly qualified other actors who will gladly take her roles. BYEEEEE.