The actress is the last in the long re-casting process, replacing Lizzy Caplan who can't commit further with the show due to her role in 'Party Down'.
"Mad Love" is now officially a go. CBS has made one more casting change to the drama comedy before ordering it for 2011 midseason. The 13-episodes order now includes Judy Greer replacing Lizzy Caplan as one of the four pivotal roles in the series.
"Mad Love" tells the story of four friends in New York who are searching for love. However, two of them, Jason Biggs' Henry and Sarah Chalke's Kate fall for one another and complicate the situation. Meanwhile, the other two Tyler Labine's Larry and Greer's Connie "are more jaded".
Greer's involvement in the series marks the second time around the show is re-casting. The original plot was to feature Dan Fogler instead of Labine and Ashley Austin Morris instead of Caplan. Greer enters in the consideration because Caplan cannot commit further than being a guest due to her role in "Party Down". Before that, the producers also replaced Minka Kelly with Chalke.