Remember that time Rupert Grint was supposed to star in a series for CBS about a "comic book dude" who inherits a bunch of money from his uncle and decides to become a superhero with all his newfound cash a la Bruce Wayne if Bruce Wayne was a gangly ginger Brit putting on an American accent? Yeah, it was a while ago—and unfortunately that show, Super Clyde, never made it to air. It's sad, really, because it actually did sound promising: In addition to Grint, Stephen Fry was in the pilot, and it was shot by Raising Hope creator Greg Garcia.
There is one silver lining, though—Garcia was able to persuade CBS to post the pilot online so everybody can watch, for free. "The worst part about it not ending up on the fall schedule was that no one was going to see something that I was really proud of," Garcia commented to Vulture of the series. "Thankfully the folks at CBS are giving people a chance to see the pilot online, and I'm very grateful for that. Now I just hope people like it as much as I do."
You can check out the pilot for Super Clyde over at CBS, here.