Brooklyn Nine-Nine locks up Season 6 NBC debut date

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is coming back for a saved sixth season in 2019. The cop comedy will make its NBC debut Thursday, January 10 at 9:00 p.m. ET. The current show at that time slot, Will and Grace, will be shifting to 9:30 p.m. The cult favorite had a rocky road to Season 6. After five seasons on Fox, the network chose to cancel the show citing low ratings. Fans of the

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This week in TV development

This week in TV development, we’re taking you around the dial and down the streaming services to get you all caught up. In alphabetical order by network… ABC Untitled half-hour from Robin Thede, executive produced with Kay Cannon and Doug R…

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This month in comedian TV deals with the broadcast networks

The new fall TV season still hasn’t introduced all of its new series, and already we have two new straight-to-series orders from the broadcast networks this month. FOX says all systems go for Bless The Harts, an animated comedy featuring the voices of Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell and Ike Barinholtz, for the 2019-2020 […]

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This month in comedian TV deals with the broadcast networks

The new fall TV season still hasn’t introduced all of its new series, and already we have two new straight-to-series orders from the broadcast networks this month. FOX says all systems go for Bless The Harts, an animated comedy featuring the voices of Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell and Ike Barinholtz, for the 2019-2020 […]

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Nicholas Stoller sells four comedies to CBS, ABC, Fox

Nicholas Stoller has sold four comedy projects in the first pitch season under his Sony Pictures TV overall deal. The new comedies coming out from Stoller span multiple networks. A multi-cam sitcom, Our House, written by Brendan O’Brien and The Story of Us written by Mike Royce are coming to CBS. Common Areas, written by Hilary Winston and Mat Harawitz will head to ABC while single-cam Next Door, with writers

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Amy Poehler animated series Duncanville picked up by Fox

Amy Poehler loses one show and gains another. Duncanville has been picked up for 13 episodes by Fox. The series is an animated TV comedy about a 15-year-old boy, Duncan, and his friends and family. The show is the second big announcement for the actress this week as Broad City, which was executive produced by Poehler, will end after its fifth and final season. The Saturday Night Live alum will lend her

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Can Nick Cannon late night show launch New Fox?

Nick Cannon is getting a late night TV show on Fox (well, New Fox). The Wild ’N Out creator/host signed a deal with the broadcast network for a weekly topical late-night series that includes a development deal for Fox’s digital team. The yet-to-be-titled project will feature high-profile celebrity interviews, music performances, and stand-up comics with host Cannon covering the latest in pop culture. He will also executive produce. Fox, the

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Comedians making TV network deals for the 2019 season

September doesn’t just mark the start of the new fall TV season. It also heralds the start of broadcast network buying season for potential series they may need come the following fall! It’s an endless circle of money! The 2019 sitcom shopping season started early on Aug. 17 with CBS giving a put-pilot order to […]

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Gavin & Stacey remake Us & Them will finally air five years later on Crackle

Us & Them, the FOX sitcom that adapted James Corden and Ruth Jones’s British hit Gavin & Stacey, only to never air as part of its planned 2013-2014 season, will finally see the light of viewers screens thanks to Crackle. Sony owns Crackle, and Sony Pictures TV made seven episodes of Us & Them in […]

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Comedy Central acquires syndication rights to FOX animated classics King of the Hill and The Cleveland Show

With Netflix, Hulu and Amazon in a rush not only to create new original content, but also have all of the best stuff you enjoyed watching years ago on TV to watch over and over again, it’s newly notable whenever some other channel/platform acquires series syndication rights. And so Comedy Central announced today that it’ll […]

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