SAG Foundation Conversation with the Cast of NBC’s ‘Marry Me’

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Earlier this month NBC put in an order for five additional episodes of its freshman romantic comedy series, Marry Me. While that isn’t exactly the shot of confidence that a full-season renewal provides, it’s enough to keep fans of the comedy — which is about an engaged couple who are determined to get married despite a constant series of obstacles thrown in their path — happy for a few more weeks at least.

This chat from the Screen Actors Guild Foundation was held on November 15, and features the show’s stars Casey Wilson, Ken Marino, Sarah Wright, John Gemberling, Tymberlee Hill and Dan Bucatinsky and is moderated by Jarett Wieselman of BuzzFeed. The cast speaks about working as an ensemble, how much of the series is improvised, and why it’s important to be comfortable to ask for more direction when establishing your character.

Marry Me airs Tuesday nights on NBC.

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