After testing the multi-camera waters with Dads last season, Fox is back at it with a multi-camera project from a duo of Dads writer-producers. The network has given the comedy, from Dads co-creator/executive producer Alec Sulkin and co-executive producer Julius "Goldie" Sharpe, a big put pilot commitment. The 20th Century Fox TV-produced All Together Now revolves around 6 friends in their late 20's who vow to unplug their mobile devices and engage each other for as long as they can stand it. Sulkin and Sharpe are writers/executive producers. For the past 15 years, Sulkin has been partnered with Wellesley Wild. The two have been at 20th TV as a team for the past decade, working with one of studio's top producers, Seth MacFarlane. They spent nine seasons on MacFarlane's Family Guy, co-wrote with him features Ted and A Million Ways To Die In The West and co-created Dads.
All Together Now marks an evolution in Sulkin and Wild’s partnership. Following their collaboration on Dads, I hear they decided to each pursue at least one series project on their own this season in addition to their work together. (The two are co-writing Ted 2 with MacFarlane). They are expected to consult on each other’s projects and, if any goes to series, both will likely work on it. All Together Now stems from an idea Sulkin had with their co-worker and mutual friend Goldie. Sharpe, repped by WME and Karl Austen has been part of the MacFarlane close circle of writers since 2009, working on The Cleveland Show, Family Guy and Dads. Sulkin is with UTA and attorney Ken Richman.