CBS has put in development Sunday Night Dinner, a single-camera comedy based on the British series Friday Night Dinner. The U.S. adaptation — about a couple with two grown boys who gather every week for a family dinner — will be written by The King of Queens co-creator Michael Weithorn and former Modern Family executive producer Dan O’Shannon.

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This isn’t the first attempt to adapt Friday Night Dinner in the U.S. CBS previously took a stab at the format two years ago with Popper as writer. NBC tried it during the 2011-12 season, with Greg Daniels writing and executive producing. That incarnation went to a pilot starring Allison Janney and Tony Shalhoub.

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Popper’s original semi-autobiographical series, which just wrapped its fourth season on Channel 4, centers on the Goodmans, a traditional but not strictly observant Jewish family, and chronicles their Shabbat dinners. Every Friday night, brothers Adam and Jonny reluctantly visit their parents — mom Jackie, who is obsessed with MasterChef, and dad Martin, who loves to walk around shirtless — for a home-cooked meal. Adding to the gallery of oddball characters is a grandmother who struts her stuff in a bikini and eccentric neighbor Jim who constantly interrupts dinner. Here is a trailer for the British series, co-starring Episodes‘ Tamsin Greig, which features comments by Popper.

Under his overall deal at CBS TV Studios, O’Shannon last year wrote and executive produced the single-camera CBS pilot Furst Born, which is being redeveloped. He is repped by CAA. Weithorn, who also created the Fox comedy series Weird Loners, is with WME.