MTV has added to its comedy roster by giving series orders to three new shows. The three were all picked up as pilots in September.
“Little Darlings,” described as a dark half-hour comedy, is about two unlikely friends and college campus vigilantes. Jennifer Kaytin Robinson created and wrote the pilot. “Little Darlings” will be executive produced Stacey Sher and Amanda Lasher, and Robinson will also be a co-executive producer on the series.
The “Untitled Nicole Byer Project” is named after the comedian, who will play a character forced to move in with her sister and four kids in the suburbs after causing a fire in her New York City apartment. Byer will serve as a consulting producer, while Christian Lander and Avi Gilbert are EPs. 3 Arts Entertainment will produce.
An untitled comedy, from executive producers and writing duo Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont, formerly known as “Dope Girls” has also been given the greenlight. The series follow entrepreneurial popt dealers Paige and Jordan. It will be produced by Entertainment 360.