Krysten Ritter's new show "Mission Control" has been cancelled before it even had a chance to premiere according to Entertainment Weekly because of what one source said were "casting issues". However, while fans will not be able to see her play a "tough on inside but pretty on the outside" head engineer who leads a team at NASA they should not despair because the talented and beautiful actress already has another show to replace "Mission Control".
According to the online entertainment publication 'Deadline' a new comedy "Back On The Farm" has been picked up by NBC and she will be the lead actress. The show is described as "Overboard meets Sweet Home Alabama and follows the life of a Hollywood actress who has to return back to her family's farm and leave behind the bright lights of Los Angeles after her life in Hollywood basically explodes.
In the new show she will both star and executive produce the project which was written by Maggie Bandur who wrote the script. Social media entertainment observers note how Bandur also was the writer of the "Mission Control" script, a project in which Krysten Ritter also starred and as such it seems as if the "Breaking Bad" actress is one of her muses which is not a bad choice considering she is one of the most attractive and intriguing actresses in Hollywood.
When a show gets Krysten Ritter as part of the project they get an actress who is fearless on the set as she is an actor who will fully embrace her character and make it her own. Fans sometimes cringe when recounting how 'believable' a character she was in "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23" as her sensational acting made it must see television even though she was at times such a 'tough' character to like.
The personality of the characters she plays are sometimes tough to see for some of her fans but her appearance is something that her fans are always appreciative of. She recently chopped a foot off the length of her hair and posted the picture to her social media Instagram page and fans are loving her new look.
Look out for Krysten Ritter as she returns to the spotlight with her new hairstyle and new show, "Back On The Farm".