The untitled Jim Gaffigan comedy pilot that failed to get picked up will be redeveloped by CBS, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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The single camera comedy will star Gaffigan as a happily married New York City father of five, just as he is in real life. Peter Tolan remains as writer and executive producer along with Gaffigan, while Michael Wimer and Alex Murray will also executive-produce. The project, from Sony Pictures Television, is being developed in 2013-14 to air possibly in the 2014-15 season.
NBC has ordered the flashback-friendly comedy Brenda Forever to pilot, the network announced on Wednesday.
Brenda Forever interweaves stories from Brenda Miller's past and present to show how a chubby, awkward, but incredibly confident 13-year-old grew up to be a 31-year-old woman who still does...
Fox is staying in business with Seth MacFarlane. The network has ordered a new half-hour comedy titled Dads, executive-produced by the man behind Family Guy, American Dad! and The Cleveland Show. Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild will write and executive-produce the series, about two successful thirtysomething guys whose lives are...
For those lamenting the end of Chuck, Zachary Levi may not be away from your TV screen for very long.
Levi has landed the leading role in Fox's Let It Go comedy pilot, which lifts the cast-contingency on the project, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.
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Jamie Tarses, Peter Tolan
Fox has ordered comedy pilots from Modern Family's Steve Levitan, Happy Endings' Jamie Tarses and Rescue Me's Peter Tolan.
Reboundling, executive-produced by Levitan, is...
Peter Tolan, Sean Hayes
Rescue Me co-creator Peter Tolan and his writing partner Michael Wimer have joined Sean Hayes' upcoming NBC sitcom about two gay dads, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The untitled project, which was first announced two weeks ago, will star Hayes as half of the couple raising a 12-year-old. Tolan will serve as ...
NBC ordered four new comedy pilots Wednesday, including projects from Chelsea Handler and Whitney Cummings.
Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea is based on Handler's best-selling book of the same name. Inspired by the life of the E! late-night host, the comedy follows a group of twentysomethings — led by an outspoken young woman — living and working together. Handler will serve as an executive producer along with Tom Werner, Mike Clements (Life and Times of Tim) and Tom Brunelle. Julie Larson (Rent) and Dottie Dartland Zicklin (Dharma & Greg) wrote the pilot.