Dan Harmon's planned Fox sitcom is getting the competition it needs to ensure it will never reach its ratings potential.
Following last week's news that Harmon is developing multi-camera comedy to squeeze in between American Idols, now TVLine reports the Community creator has also signed a blind script pact with CBS to similarly develop a half-hour series. Nothing is yet known about the premise, but like the Fox pilot, this comedy too is said to be shrinking away from the complexly cinematic setups of Community and settling into the broadly lit comforts of multiple cameras. But really, what else would you expect from CBS? They only pauses their laugh track if there's a million-dollar prize or a murder.
Probably the fourth or fifth most crucial Beverly Hills Cop element--after Eddie Murphy, Detroit-Beverly Hills social disparity, Harold Faltermeyer's "Axel F", and maybe sweatshirts--has joined CBS's pilot sequel to the Beverly Hills Cop films. TheWrap (via) reports Murphy and ... / Continue →
Running Wilde didn't last long on Fox, and Up All Night is violently mutating itself to death over at NBC, so now Will Arnett is following the sound of laughter over to CBS, where they have a button that produces that laughter. (They also have a button that produces investigabl... / Continue →
If you ever wanted Back to the Future: The Animated Series to be less officially licensed and cruder in every sense, you're in luck, because Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland, and Cartoon Network are making that happen.... / Continue →