September 9, 2014. Actress Katey Sagal poses on her star after it was unveiled on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California. (Reuters) Katey Sagal is making her way back to the small screen in CBS' new comedy "Superior Donuts." Sagal plays a Chicago police officer and told Fox News at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour her character drew her to sign on for the role. "I've never played a cop and that was one of the other reasons I wanted to do it," she said. "I'm doing [research] as I go… She's been a cop for many years. She comes from a family of cops. It's one of those things where once you put on the gun and the belt you sort of fall into it with the wardrobe a little bit. She's street smart so I understand about that." Bob Daily, the show's executive producer, told reporters that the show is not shying away from important issues. There will be episodes about gun control, the gentrification of a Chicago neighborhood and breaking Muslim stereotypes. Daily said he wouldn’t mind if the show garnered a tweet from Donald Trump. "If we were to incite a tweet from… Read full this story
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