The spinoff series of 'Army Wives' that had actress Gabrielle Union in one of the lead roles has been rejected by Lifetime TV, reports Deadline.com. The site states that the spinoff, starring Brigid Brannagh and Union as Atlanta detectives, got a lot of attention recently following its story about 'Wives' executive producer Mark Gordon's use of racial slur during the backdoor pilot's table read. In an episode that aired recently, 'Wives' regular Pamela Moran (played by Brannagh) returns to her career as a police officer and is promoted to a detective with the Atlanta Police Department. Union was playing her partner, Detective Gina Holt. Union was last seen in a supportive role on ABC's recently canceled series, 'FlashForward.' The Nebraska native also appeared the short-lived series 'Life,' 'Night Stalker' and 'City of Angels.'
Told you this was coming! Advice for Ms.Union:
Taking some acting classes
Chase movie roles they way you chase d*** and you may land a job!
She just needs to hang it up. Flash Foward had soooo much press but it was NOT on her shoulders it had a HUGE cast and failed. It's like the VIVICA thing you are in a big movie w/ Will Smith you won't have a long career after the one big movie...but if she has STD Wade's $$$$$ then she can just be that that hoe I guess.
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