"'Breaking In' is a creatively vibrant and wildly adventurous comedy," said Kevin Reilly, Fox's entertainment president, in a statement. "We are looking forward to bringing it back for a second season and continuing our relationship with this incredibly talented cast and these fantastic creators -- Adam Goldberg and Seth Gordon. We can't wait to see where they take these characters next year."
'Breaking In' follows an unorthodox security team headed by Christian Slater, and also stars Bret Harriso, Alphonso McAuley and Odette Annable. According to a report yesterday, although Annable has signed on as a new series regular on 'House,' she has a provision in her contract that allows her to return to 'Breaking In' in the event of a second season.
'Breaking In' joins an elite group of shows that returned from cancellation, which includes 'Family Guy,' 'Futurama,' 'Jericho' and '7th Heaven.' It'll be Slater's first show to last more than a season -- previously, 'The Forgotten' and 'My Own Worst Enemy' lasted one season each.
This isn't 'Breaking In''s first resurrection -- Fox originally passed on the pilot, but brought it back as a midseason show earlier this year. No official premiere date for Season 2 has been announced except that it will return in 2012.
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