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Pilot Season: ABC Picks Up Three More Comedy Pilots

ABC has picked up comedy pilots for How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life, Only Fools & Horses and an untitled project from Due Date's Adam Sztykiel. How to Live centers on...

Natalie Abrams
Natalie Abrams

ABC has picked up comedy pilots for How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life, Only Fools & Horses and an untitled project from Due Date's Adam Sztykiel.

How to Live centers on a recently divorced, single mom who moves back in with her eccentric parents who have no boundaries. Accidentally on Purpose's Claudia Lonow created the project and will serve as executive producer alongside Brian Grazer and Francie Calfo.

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Based on the iconic British series, Only Fools & Horses chronicles the misadventures of two streetwise brothers and their aging grandfather. The trio concoct outrageous and morally questionable get-rich-quick schemes in their quest to become millionaires. Happy Endings and Scrubsscribes Steven Cragg and Brian Bradley will write the pilot.

The Sztykiel project is a raw peek behind the curtain of modern 20-something relationships. Sztykiel will write and co-executive-produce. Sean Perrone and Aaron Kaplan will executive-produce.

ABC previously picked up comedy pilots The Manzanis, White Van Man, Counter Culture, the untitled Dan Fogelman project and a Kari Lizer comedy.