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Sandra Bullock "Miss Congeniality" TV show in the works

Sandra Bullock is ready to bring Miss Congeniality to the small screen.
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A Sandra Bullock "Miss Congeniality" TV show will soon appear on television screens. The actress is bringing the FBI comedy that she starred in back in 2000 to the small screen for a new set of viewers. On March 26, Radar Online reported on the actress' latest passion project.

This is not the first time Bullock has brought a television show to life. She produced "The George Lopez Show" from 2002 through 2007. That series aired on ABC, and it followed the fictional daily life of George Lopez.

The actress is now excited to bring the FBI comedy back to life, and she wants to introduce Hart to the world once again. Hart was her character that went undercover at a beauty pageant. A source said the following about the television series and Bullock's involvement:

Sandra loves that real FBI agents, particularly female ones, continue to respond to and write her letters about both Miss Congeniality and The Heat. Sandra just feels like it’s time to bring this story to a new generation!

Bullock is now looking for the perfect actress to take on the role of Gracie Hart for the comedy series. No word yet on when this show will appear on the small screen. What do you think? Will you tune in to watch this comedy series?

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