Nellie Andreeva

EXCLUSIVE: CBS’ late-night host Craig Ferguson has sold two comedy projects to the eye network through his Green Mountain West production company, which has been under an overall deal at CBS TV Studios since 2006. Both are with well known comedy writers: Friends alum Adam Chase and Everybody Loves Raymond veteran Aaron Shure. Ferguson will serve as an executive producer on the two multi-camera projects, with his producing partner Rebecca Tucker also expected to have a producing role. CBS TV Studios is the studio.

The untitled Ferguson/Chase project, written and executive produced by Chase, revolves around a group of male friends in their early 30s who decide to defy convention and try to stay single as long as possible even though everyone they know is getting married and having kids. WME-repped Chase recently worked with CBS and CBS Studios on last season’s How To Be A Gentleman.

The untitled Ferguson/Shure comedy is written/executive produced by Shure, who spent the last four years on NBC’s The Office. It centers on a charming reformed party animal who tries to deal with his new family while living next door to his ex-wife. In addition to Raymond, Shure previously worked on another CBS comedy series, The New Adventures Of Old Christine.

In addition to scripted series, Green Mountain West also is developing unscripted TV projects as well as features. Earlier this year, WME-repped Ferguson re-upped his deal with CBS to remain host of  The Late Late Show through 2014. As part of the new pact, The Late Late Show moved to a larger stage at CBS Television City in Los Angeles.

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