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The Grinder's Rob Lowe Is Seeing Double in Posters for Fox Comedy

The Grinder‘s Dean Sanderson is many things, but modest is not one of them. At least, that’s what we’ve gleaned from the Fox comedy’s key art, which TVLine can exclusively reveal.

The fall series stars Rob Lowe as Dean, a beloved actor who played TV lawyer “The Grinder” for eight seasons. Upon returning home, Dean attempts to pursue a real law career, much to the chagrin of his attorney brother Stew (The Wonder Years‘ Fred Savage).

In the two images below, Dean proves he can’t get enough of the spotlight, flashing a big ol’ grin in front of glamorous Grinder posters. Stew, meanwhile, couldn’t look less impressed.

The Grinder premieres Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 8:30/7:30c. Scroll down to see the series’ new posters, then hit the comments and tell us: Will you tune in to The Grinder this fall?

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9 Comments
  1. Hipper says:

    And who’s going to play The Tinder?

  2. Maureen Murray says:

    i love the posters. The guys look great! I have been a Rob Lowe fan forever and have loved Fred Savage too. I will most definitely be watching this show each week.

  3. Fernanda says:

    looking this I remember when Shonda Rhimes originally wanted to cast Rob Lowe for McDreamy role.

  4. Álvaro says:

    “Two brothers. One is a lawyer. The other played one on TV”. I thought taglines in comedies were suposed to be funny, and not only a boring explanation of the show’s premise.

    • jbj says:

      I think the funny part is supposed to be “There’s no one he can’t get off. ” The rest is just so we don’t think that he’s a male prostitute…which actually would be a more entertaining premise.

  5. Marcia Taplits Lowe says:

    Looks like this show will take advantage of Rob Lowes true comedic talent. # already laughing out loud!

  6. Dennis says:

    I’ll give it a shot. I like both Lowe and Savage.

  7. ScottJ says:

    Is the sexual symbolism here deliberate? “There’s no one he can’t get off” implies he likes both men and women, and Grindr is after all a gay hookup service.

  8. Pat Padilla says:

    Absolutey, GREAT cast! Look forward to September.