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Greg Garcia (the creator and executive producer of Fox's "Raising Hope"), Nahnatchka Khan (the creator and executive producer of ABC's "Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23"), Michael Schur (the co-creator of NBC's "Parks and Recreation") and Mike White (the co-creator, co-star and executive producer of HBO's "Enlightened") gathered in Manhattan this past weekend for a New Yorker Festival event entitled "The Future of Sitcoms." While the panel did not, as jokingly promised by moderator Emily Nussbaum, the magazine's TV critic, come up with a plan for the next stage of comedy during its 90-minute run, it did cover some very interesting ground about how sitcoms are evolving in a way that may be quieter but is no less significant than what's happening with dramas. Here are some highlights from the event: Storytelling is getting more sophisticated. When working on his 2004 Fox »


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