The hour-long drama stars Bates as a longtime patent attorney who gets fired from her firm and opens a new practice in a shoe shop. Look for it this Fall on NBC.
Wilcox also talked about her Dream Warriors audition:
"The audition for Nightmare, I remember it well," she said. "I was just out of college, and I had gotten a manager and an agent and all that, and my manager said, 'Oh, I submitted you for a Nightmare on Elm Street.'"
"He said, 'They don't want to see you,' because they didn't see me as right for the part. Which, if you looked back then at my head shot - I looked like a cheerleader and did not fit the role. But then about a month later, I got an audition. They had auditioned over 600 actresses and so they were going through the reject pile, which I was in, and I got the opportunity. So I auditioned and then I got a call back on Friday. I was getting married that Sunday and learned on my honeymoon that I had landed the role."
"I went wearing pale yellow - my worst color - and no makeup and plain hair and all of a sudden they went, 'Oh! This is an actress!' We can be chameleons, you know?"