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'Ed' duo sets up Logue with ABC comedy

5 December 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ABC has given the green light to a comedy pilot from Rob Burnett and Jon Beckerman, the duo behind NBC's Ed, to star Donal Logue. The untitled project, from David Letterman's Worldwide Pants and Touchstone Television, centers on a group of blue-collar guys in New York City who decide to rob a celebrity. (The project had been shopped around with the cheeky title I Want to Rob Jeff Goldblum.) In addition to writing, Burnett and Beckerman are executive producing the pilot with Letterman. Burnett is set to direct. »

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'Ed' duo sets up Logue with ABC comedy

5 December 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ABC has given the green light to a comedy pilot from Rob Burnett and Jon Beckerman, the duo behind NBC's Ed, to star Donal Logue. The untitled project, from David Letterman's Worldwide Pants and Touchstone Television, centers on a group of blue-collar guys in New York City who decide to rob a celebrity. (The project had been shopped around with the cheeky title I Want to Rob Jeff Goldblum.) In addition to writing, Burnett and Beckerman are executive producing the pilot with Letterman. Burnett is set to direct. »

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GreeneStreet: It's a 'Pleasure'

10 October 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- GreeneStreet Films is financing writer-director Michael Ian Black's feature debut, the Jason Biggs starrer The Pleasure of Your Company, the company said Monday. Jamie Gordon and Courtney Potts of Fugitive Films and Sam Hoffman are producing the project with GreeneStreet for a little less than $7 million. The seven-week shoot is scheduled to begin in and around New York next month, with the company planning to take advantage of city and state tax incentives to save about 10% in budget costs. Biggs co-stars with Isla Fisher (Wedding Crashers) as an unlucky-in-love pessimist who's goaded into proposing to his waitress (Fisher) on a dare, leading to romance and comedy. The project came to GreeneStreet president John Penotti about two years ago but was delayed by Black's acting work on NBC's Ed and the latest in his longtime collaborations with Comedy Central, Stella. »

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CBS turns to familiar faces for pilot casts

11 February 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CBS has tapped series alumni for three of its drama pilots. Ed leading man Thomas Cavanagh has been recruited for Love Monkey, lifting the contingency off the presentation, The Practice co-star Lisa Gay Hamilton has come on board Conviction, and 24 alumna Reiko Aylesworth has been cast in 3 Lbs. On the pilot pickup front, Fox has greenlighted Kitchen Confidential, a half-hour exec produced by Darren Star. Love Monkey, from Paramount Network TV and Sony Pictures TV, chronicles the lives of four male friends in various stages of dating and marriage through the eyes of a single music executive (Cavanagh). Cavanagh, whose starring turn in Ed earned him a Golden Globe nomination, is repped by Endeavor. »

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Turner eyes addition of 'Ed' for TBS

5 January 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NBC series Ed looks poised to find a home on cable. Sources said that Turner Broadcasting is in talks with NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution to buy cable rerun rights to the dramedy series, which aired on NBC from 2000-04 and starred Tom Cavanagh. The show would likely end up in TBS' daytime lineup, according to sources. NBC Universal and Turner declined comment on the potential off-network sale. »

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