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Zachary Levi Leads Chuck Reunion

On Friday, cast of the NBC comedy Chuck, which ran for five seasons from 2007-2012, did this as they joined together for both a reunion and to do a table reading. 

What Caused the Reunion?

Reuniting for A Cause!

The reconciliation helped raise money for a cause selected by the Chuck cast, Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund. The reunion and table read were hosted by Entertainment Weekly. As part of their “EW Reunions: #UnitedAtHome series” via the Zoom video conference on Friday, April 17. 

Who All joined the Show?

All the Cast members were So Excited!

Joining in on the set were Chuck co-creator Chris Fedak and Josh Schwartz as well as leads  Yvonne Strahovski, Adam Baldwin, Zachary Levi. And the merry times didn’t end there because supporting cast members Joshua Gomez (Morgan Grimes), Sarah Lancaster (Ellie Bartowski). Along with Scott Krinsky (Jeff Barnes), Vik Sahay (Lester Patel). Also, Mark Christopher Lawrence (Big Mike) and Ryan McPartlin (Captain Awesome) were all there and accounted for it. 

What was The Table Reading of Chucks All About?

Chuck starring Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, Sarah Lancaster, Adam Baldwin, Joshua Gomez, Vik Sahay, Scott Krinsky, Ryan McPartlin, Mark Christopher Lawrence and Bonita Friedericy

The cast reunites for the episode “Chuck Versus the Beard” of Season 3 in a table reading which was based on audience vote on and eventually chosen by fans for this exceptional event. The part is unique for a few essential reasons, in addition to it being just plain fun to watch (and listen to).

“Chuck Versus the Beard” was the first episode Levi direct, and it marks the first time Levi’s character, the titular Chuck, reveals to his best friend that he’s working as a spy. This episode also had a few individual guest stars when it aired back in March 2010. Cedric Yarbrough, Diedrich Bader and Brandon Routh, so they also joined the Zoom table read.

Sources : collider , ew

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