Two years after the blockbuster success of the Reese Witherspoon comedy "Legally Blonde," audiences were given a sequel, "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde." But that same year, the director of the "Legally Blonde" sequel also shot a TV pilot, written and produced by music superstar Rachel Sweet, and starring Jennifer Hall ("Up All Night") as Elle Woods, a fashion-obsessed Beverly Hills lady who goes to Harvard Law School.
A television series based on "Legally Blonde" seems like a great idea, so what went wrong? Why didn't this series get picked up and become the next "M*A*S*H?" And was it... Canceled Too Soon?
William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold dive right in, in their latest crossover with the Critically Acclaimed podcast, which reviewed all of the "Legally Blonde" feature films earlier this week.
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