Richard Keith is a writer, producer and director who recently signed a multi-year overall deal at Warner Bros. Television. along with his partner Erin Cardillo, to develop and produce original TV series for broadcast and cable under their In Good Company banner. The duo, who Deadline described as "the most prolific writers in broadcast television" after selling three hour-long pilots in 2019, just sold the hour-long dramedy "Love Me," to ABC with a Put Pilot commitment. Based on a Swedish format, Love Me follows the stories of a multi-generational family in Chicago as they search for love in our increasingly detached digital world and explores how their unconditional love for one another helps them navigate the highs and lows of it all. Cardillo and Keith will write and executive produce alongside Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman under their Brownstone Productions banner. Previously, Cardillo & Keith served as executive producers on the CW series Life Sentence, which they also created. In addition to Life Sentence, they also co-created and executive produced the 1/2 hour comedy Significant Mother for The CW and served as co-executive producers the second season of "Fuller House" for Netflix. Keith also wrote and directed the short film Grow Up Already, which screened at the over a dozen festivals including The NapaValley Film Festival, The LA Shortsfest and The Atlantic Film Festival. The film was produced by Sycamore Pictures (The Hollars, The Way Way Back) and starred Johnny Simmons & Odette Annable.
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