She's a producer, but not the producer. I don't know what that actually means.Well, Rauch is the producer too, and Larroquette says that her having that role is what pulled him in. I have not watched the episodes yet (maybe tonight), but don't expect it to be "the same". I loved the original series and thought the series finale was great.
Most shows (and movies) have more than one producer and quite often many of them. Same with executive producers. Often writers also get a producer credit. And on very successful shows that run for many seasons, the lead actors usually get a producer credit after a while. Examples: NCIS (and its mutations), BONES, etc.She's a producer, but not the producer. I don't know what that actually means.
I expect it will be brought up frequently. It gives a bit of leverage over every situation -- "You know I'm just temporary -- I could be out of here!"Having the character say they were just there temporarily was kind of silly because you knew it would work out where he would stay.
I agree. I'mBrent Spiner is a much, much better actor than people who only know him as Data give him credit for.
The character he created as Data was magnificent. A combo of brilliant officer and scientist, android with superhuman strength, and the wonder of a wide eyed adolescent at adult social interaction.Brent Spiner is a much, much better actor than people who only know him as Data give him credit for.