This is the final season for Entourage, but that doesn't mean male friendship and angst won't have a place on HBO. The network is going forward with the Edward Burns and Doug Ellin co-production of 40, about a group of middle-aged male friends, and the potential series has just added a new name to its cast: Michael Rapaport, come on down!
Rapaport will join Burns in the cast as an outgoing-but-neurotic husband. An "everyman," per Deadline. Burns will play a husband and father, but one who lost his job at Bear Sterns and has been unemployed for a year. So, not really the wishful fulfillment of Entourage, but hey: more like real life!