Watch the cast ham it up for the camera in 2 videos from CBS Connect:
BuzzSugar summarizes why Brandon and Sophia Bush have been gunning for comedies.
Routh, who plays Wyatt, the boyfriend of Urie's character Louis, talked about starring in his first sitcom, and said that he had been pushing to do comedy since he started acting. When a reporter said that his character seemed like the "dumb blonde" of the show, Kohan corrected the reporter by saying that Wyatt's defining characteristic "[isn't] dumb, it's guileless," and that Wyatt is from a different background than Louis, but "he's no dummy." Routh agreed, saying, "He's so trusting . . . when you're trusting you don't think anyone has bad intentions."Head on over to the Facebook page to view photos from the events. The photos also include those straight from Sophia Bush and Dave Krumholtz's phones.
Some notable Brandon Routh-related tweets follow below:
@tvoti Brandon Routh's presence here is reason enough to remind you all that I love Superman Returns, and you are wrong if you don't.
@jimcolucci Brandon Routh's #Partners character grew up Mennonite & never watched TV; that's why he's guileless and sweet, say creators. #TCAS12 #CBS @Partners_CBS . @BrandonJRouth “I’ve been pushing to do a comedy for a long time.” On taking the role on #Partners #TCAs12 @TVGuide: "[Going] from superhero to gay man is not a big step, is it?" Brandon Routh (aka former Superman) jokes #Partners #tcas12 @KSiteTV Between Justin Hartley, Stephen Amell, and Brandon Routh I can honestly say I've seen two Green Arrows and Superman today. @MichaelAusiello Coming up next at #TCAs12 -- panel for one of my fave new fall comedies CBS' #PARTNERS w/ @MichaelUrie & @DaveKrumholtz