NBC Orders Autobiographical Comedy Pilot From Jerrod Carmichael

Untitled project will be inspired by “Neighbors” actor’s stand-up routine and personal relationships

Last Updated: November 3, 2014 @ 5:00 PM

Jerrod Carmichael is hoping to play his life story for laughs on the small screen.

The actor-comedian, who appeared in the Seth Rogen-Zac Efron comedy “Neighbors” earlier this year, has landed a comedy pilot order from NBC.

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The untitled project is described as an “irreverent multi-camera comedy inspired by the stand-up of Jerrod Carmichael and his relationships with his girlfriend and family.”

Carmichael, who also provides voice work for the FXX animated series “Lucas Bros. Moving Co.,” is executive producing.

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“Neighbors” director Nick Stoller is also executive producing, as is Ravi Nandan (“Animal Practice,” USA’s “Playing House”).

Universal Television is producing.