Cloris Leachman, Ed Asner & Florence Henderson to Star in Drama on Streaming Service Feeln (EXCLUSIVE)

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Feeln, the SVOD service of Hallmark Cards, has greenlit a new scripted drama, “The Eleventh,” which will star Cloris Leachman, Ed Asner and Florence HendersonVariety has learned exclusively.

“The Eleventh” follows a young girl’s journey to getting to know her estranged grandmother in order to bring closure to the past and unite her family. The show is currently in production for multi-platform distribution.

Aside from “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “Brady Bunch” alums, Chris Atkins (“The Blue Lagoon”) and Tracy Nelson (“Down and Out in Beverly Hills”) will also star in the series.

“Uniting iconic television legends to share the screen again has been an incredible experience, and we can’t wait to share the final product,” said Feeln CEO Rob Fried, who will serve as an exec producer on “The Eleventh” with Cristina Malavenda and Laurence Braun. John Dion created the series.

“The Eleventh” marks a continued push into original content for Feeln, which has many projects in the works with its original production arm. Previously, the on-demand subscription service rebooted the ’80s animated series “Rainbow Brite” and last year, the first lifestyle series “Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke” premiered.

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  1. Beth M says:

    Found out there isn’t going to be a second season. Sad to find this out.

  2. Beth M says:

    Doubt there will be a season 2. Last year they started in May which is almost over this year.

  3. helen hurly says:

    waiting for season 2 also

  4. Ronda says:

    Will there be a second season of Eleventh?? Can’t wait to find out what happens. I’m hooked!!!

  5. Janet S. says:

    How can this be called a “series.” They took a movie and divided it into 15 minute segments. That’s NOT a series! Will there be a second season? We know the sister is alive; will we see Janine meet her?

  6. jeanenes says:

    When is season 2?

  7. Pam says:

    Will there be a season 2.

  8. Carol says:

    Love the show, hate waiting a week for next episode. Well done!!

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