Tobias is joining Gob on the new Mitch Hurwitz-created sitcom, "Running Wilde." It’s as close to an "Arrested Development" reunion as we’re going to get for awhile, or maybe ever. According to TV Guide, David Cross will appear on the show’s first seven episodes:
‘Wilde’ centers on the budding relationship between Steve Wilde (Arnett), a spoiled and selfish man-child and son of an oil tycoon, and Emily Kabdubic (Keri Russell) an environmental activist and Steve’s ol high school flame.
Cross will play Andy, Emily’s fiancé, a radical environmentalist and Wilde’s rival for Emily’s affections. The comedian takes over the role from Andrew Daly, who played the part in the show’s original pilot.
Looks like we all now have a new sitcom to watch this fall. Only time will tell if it will be as genius as "Arrested," a tall order to say the least, or if it will even remain on air after its initial 13 episode order. "Running Wilde’s" success depends solely on the people sitting in their recliners as the warm glow of Mark Harmon on "NCIS" softly lules them to sleep.
Catch the premiere of "Running Wilde" Tuesday, September 21 at 9:30PM on FOX. (TVSquad)