Pilot Watch 2010: “Grey's” producer goes for laughs at ABC with “It Takes a Village”
Matthew Broderick could be coming to weekly TV this fall via a new Lorne Michaels-produced half-hour for NBC.
The network on Monday greenlit "Beach Lane," a Broderick vehicle from writer Paul Simms ("NewsRadio").
Michaels and Marci Klein are on boards as EPs.
The multicamera sitcom will feature Broderick as a celebrity author hired by an irresponsible millionaire heir to run his struggling small-town newspaper in the Hamptons.
Universal Media Studios and Broadway Video are producing.
"Reagan's Law" (CBS TV Studios)
EP/W: Mitchell Burgess, Robin Green
EP: Leonard Goldberg
Studio: CBS Television Studios
Logline: Multi-generational show revolving around a family of cops in New York.
Untitled John Wells Medical Drama (Warner Bros. TV)
EP: John Wells
W/Co-EP: Hannah Shakespeare
Logline: Doctors travel within our borders to help those in deed.
"Perfect Couples" (UMS)
EP/W: Jon Pollack & Scott Silveri
Logline: A half-hour romantic comedy revolving around three couples, all with varying definitions of relationship perfection.
"Beach Lane" (UMS)
EP/W: Paul Simms
EP: Lorne Michaels, Marci Klein
Logline: Celebrity author is hired by an irresponsible millionaire heir to run his struggling small-town newspaper in the Hamptons.
"It Takes a Village" (ABC Studios)
W/EP – Casey Johnson & David Windsor
NW/EP – Mark Gordon, Deborah Spera
Logline: Two ex-spouses and their new significant others join forces to raise their 15-year-old boy. Single-camera half-hour.
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