About the Show
"Bent" is a new romantic comedy about two people who suddenly find themselves attracted to the qualities that typically
On the surface, Alex (Amanda Peet, "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip") and Pete (David Walton, "Perfect Couples")
could not be more different. The recently divorced Alex is a resilient and tough lawyer who now is raising her
eight-year-old daughter, Charlie (Joey King, "Ramona and Beezus"), as a single mom. Unwilling to let anything get
in her way, she downsizes into a smaller house, and she hires Pete, a recovering gambling addict and unapologetic
womanizer, as the contractor to re-do her kitchen. The remodeling job is Pete's last chance to prove that he is no
longer a screw-up -- but he doesn't know what's about to hit him when he encounters the force of nature that is
Alex -- nor does she realize that she's met her match in Pete, a man unafraid to call out her flaws. Jeffrey Tambor
("Arrested Development") also stars as Pete's father, Walt, an out-of-work actor, while Margo Harshman ("Sorority Row")
stars as Alex's wild younger sister Screwsie. This romantic comedy from writer and executive producer Tad Quill
("Scrubs," "Spin City") and director Craig Zisk ("Nurse Jackie," "Weeds") will prove that these resilient characters
are "bent, not broken."
The series is produced by Universal Media Studios and Rosalita Productions Inc.