NBC has bought Two To Go, a half-hour comedy spec by writers Bryan Shukoff and Kevin Chesley (The Hard Times Of RJ Berger). The project, from Universal TV where Jason Bateman’s Aggregate Films has a first-look deal, centers on the last two singles in a group of friends moving into marriage and parenthood, navigating life and love as they Friday night barhop then Saturday morning moon bounce surrounded by kids — none of whom are their own. Aggregate Films’ Bateman and James Garavente executive produce with Shukoff and Chesley. Shukoff and Chesley, repped by CAA, Mosaic and attorney Gregg Gellman, are writing the Summer School remake at Paramount for Happy Madison. CAA-repped Aggregate Films also has comedy Wife Nanny with Spike Feresten in development at Fox and midseason NBC series Growing Up Fisher.
Jason Bateman Producing Ensemble Comedy For NBC
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