The stars of new NBC comedy The New Normal have spoken ahead of the launch of the show.
The show follows a mother, pregant with the child of a gay couple, who moves in with them turning all their lives upside down.
As the series gears up for its September 11 premiere, the cast have been talking about what have become their "new normals" since they began filming.
"There are some things about me that's a new normal," says NeNe Leakes, who also appears on 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta'.
"I've been married and divorced, and I am now dating the person that I was once married to, so that's sort of like a new normal."
Georgia King, who plays the mother, says the upheaval of moving to Los Angeles is a part of her life now: "My new normal is getting on a plane, leaving my friends and family and everything I know home, back at home, in London, and realizing two weeks ago that I had to start again from scratch."
Meanwhile Andrew Rannells, one half of the show's gay couple, says playing a character that so closely resembles him is a new experience: "My new normal is the excitement that I get to live my life in an out, you know, very honest way and also get to portray this person who lives his life in a very out and honest way."