Ben Stiller's Red Hour Television is continuing to pump out comedies for ABC Studios.
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Following the sale of "Complikated" in October, the production company has sold the network's production division two new series — "You're Not Doing It Right" and "Between Two Kings" — a rep for Red Hour told TheWrap on Monday.
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Comedian Michael Ian Black writes, stars and produces in the former, a half-hour single-camera comedy based on his book of the same name that explores his childhood, marriage, children and career. Set “in the wilds of Connecticut,” the show takes a hard look at what happens when you wake up, look around and don’t recognize the life you're living as your own, Red Hour said.
"Between Two Kings" is written and executive-produced by Jeff Kahn, who has written for series like "Drawn Together" and "The Ben Stiller Show." It follows the hardships of a divorced father raising an 11-year-old son while living in his elderly father's home.
Since signing an overall deal with ABC Studios at the end of 2011, Red Hour also has sold "Please Knock," written by Kevin Napier, and "The Notorious Mollie Flowers," written by Adam Resnick.
The sale of "You're Not Doing It Right" and "Between Two Kings" were first reported by Deadline.