ABC has landed an from “Happy Endings co-executive and . The project is based on Dr. Brandy Dunn and David Rensin’s upcoming memoir “The Men On My Couch: True Stories Of Sex, Love and Psychotherapy.” It centers on a young female therapist with an exclusively male client list who discovers that having too much information about what makes men tick can be complicated when she steps outside of the office.

CBS is developing LIFE ISN’T EVERYTHING, a new comedy based on the Israeli sitcom of the same name. The creator of the original series, , will be involved in the writing of the U.S. version. Lappin will co-write the script for the with comedy veteran . The series will follow a middle-aged, divorced couple, who cannot seem to stay out of each other’s lives despite being separated.

CBS has also picked up an from “Weeds” creator and Showtime series writer . The project, which Holstein will write and Kohan will supervise, hails from where Kohan is under an overall deal. It is described as “Sliding Doors” meets “Seinfeld.”

is in business with ABC, as he is developing a new comedy centered around aliens. Fogelman will write and executive produce. and will also executive produce. The single-camera comedy centers on a family who move into a new condominium complex only to discover that they are the only residents from planet earth.


FX has renewed their breakout drama for a 13 episode second season. The new series has seen its ratings rise every week since the show’s premiere just over a month ago.


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