In a late comedy buy, NBC has given a script commitment to Married With Roommate, a multi-camera comedy from Seinfeld alum Spike Feresten. The project, about a young married couple that moves into a house with their single bachelor friend in an upscale San Francisco suburb, is being produced by Universal TV and BermanBraun. This is Feresten’s second NBC comedy project in 2 years. Last year, he had an twentysomething ensemble half-hour starring Nick Thune set up at the network. In addition to Married With Roommate, CAA-repped Feresten has a half-hour script in contention at Fox this year, a single-camera starring Josh Wolf which Feresten and Wolf are co-writing with Michael Morris.
NBC Buys Spike Feresten Multicam Comedy
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