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Exclusive: For his first writing effort since the end of Happy Endings, the series’ showrunner Jonathan Groff is taking on another single-camera comedy about a group a friends. CBS has given a put pilot commitment to The 40s, which explores the trials and tribulations of that special time in life for a group of friends living on the same street. Groff is writing and executive producing for ABC Studios where he is under an overall deal. This is the second put pilot commitment at CBS for ABC Studios, which has been very aggressive in selling to outside networks this season, along with a multi-camera comedy from Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky and Danny Chun. This marks Groff’s second big commitment so far this season and the fourth sale, joining Dinks with Casey Wilson and June Diane Raphael, which has a pilot production commitment at ABC, as well as projects »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Barker - who won £35,000 on the popular series - was declared bankrupt in November 2011 and should have declared his winnings to authorities, The Sun reports.
However, he reportedly chose to spend the money on holidays and jewellery over a period of three months.
He was declared bankrupt with debts of £61,438 and should have declared his winnings to pay back his creditors.
He will now face a 13-week prison sentence after someone who he owed money to watched his appearance on Deal or No Deal.
"What should have been a joyful moment has become a nightmare," his barrister Tim Pole informed the court.
Department of Business Innovation chief investigations officer Glenn Wicks added: "Bankruptcy rules are there for a reason. The courts take offences like these very seriously."
Barker appealed »
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