The Wonderful Maladys

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The Wonderful Maladys
Genre Comedy-drama
Created by Charles Randolph
Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar
Nate Corddry
Molly Parker
Adam Scott
Zak Orth
Country of origin United States
Production
Executive producer(s) Charles Randolph
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Location(s) New York City
Camera setup Single camera
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network HBO
Original release Not released

The Wonderful Maladys is a HBO television pilot written by Charles Randolph, directed by Alan Taylor, and starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. HBO did not pick up the series.[1]

Plot[edit]

The show was to have followed three adult siblings in New York City after their parents' deaths.[2] Alice (Sarah Michelle Gellar) found refuge in alcohol and aggressiveness. Mary (Molly Parker, Swingtown) found refuge in her work as a therapist, despite being unable to follow advice she gives to her clients. The last one, Neil (Nate Corddry), found refuge in "weirdness".[citation needed]

Production[edit]

The pilot starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, who also served as an executive producer.[citation needed]

On 11 May 2009 (9 years ago) (2009-05-11), the pilot began shooting at midday in New York City. Outside shots were filmed and recorded at 113th and Riverside Drive two days later, on 13 May 2009.[3]

The pilot also starred Nate Corddry as Gellar's younger "bookish grad student" brother, Molly Parker as her older therapist sister, Adam Scott as Alice's ex, and Zak Orth as her sister's husband.[4][5]

The pilot was not picked up by HBO.[why?][1]

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