EXCLUSIVE: In his first foray into television, Little Fockers co-writer Larry Stuckey has sold a single-camera project to ABC through Television 360, the television production arm of Management 360. The untitled comedy is inspired by Stuckey’s relationship with his brother. It centers on Gary Stuckey, for whom sibling rivalry takes on a whole new meaning when his charismatic, athletic “little brother” opens a restaurant in their hometown and his golden boy lifestyle starts to impact Gary’s wife and kids. ABC Studios is producing, with Stuckey and TV 360 executive producing.
EXCLUSIVE: Jennifer Garner‘s Vandalia Films has signed a first-look deal with Universal Television. The first project to come out of the pact is an untitled comedy from writer Ellen Rapoport, which has sold to NBC.
Rapoport will write the semi-autobiographical comedy, which was put together by Television 360 (Game Of Thrones), the TV division of Management 360. It tells the story of Allie, a nerdy, twentysomething overachiever who is befriended and taken in by two promiscuous party girls. They give her the adolescence she never had, while she teaches them how to grow up. Rapoport will executive produce with Television 360′s Daniel Rappaport and Meghan Lyvers and Vandalia’s Garner and Juliana Janes.