Fox has given a put pilot commitment to The Whole Shebang, a drama from Warner Bros TV and Jennifer Garner‘s Vandalia Films. Written by Jason Micallef — who wrote the 2011 feature Butter, also co-produced by Vandalia and starring Garner — Whole Shebang centers on a newly single soccer mom who inherits a rundown male strip club and unexpectedly finds herself at the center of a dysfunctional, makeshift family that helps her take charge of her life. Garner and Micallef, repped by WME and Underground, executive produce. This is the first sale for Vandalia under the overall deal the company inked with WBTV in June.
Strip Club Drama Produced By Jennifer Garner Gets Fox Put Pilot Commitment
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