NBC is developing Throuple, a half-hour comedy written, executive produced and toplined by Richie Keen (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Cristela alum Andrew Leeds and Lindsey Kraft (Getting On).

Throuple is an autobiographical comedy based on a short film written by and starring the three real-life best friends. The half-hour project, which Keen is attached to direct, revolves around a long-term couple and their best friend as they navigate everyday situations in their own very unique way. Scott Fedro and Perry Rogers also executive produce. Universal TV is the studio.

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Leeds was a regular on ABC’s Cristela and co-wrote the NBC comedy pilot Brenda Forever starring Ellie Kemper. Kraft recurred on HBO’s Getting On and Netflix’s Grace and Frankie. Keen directed New Line Cinema’s Fist Fight, starring Ice Cube, Charlie Day and Tracy Morgan and set for release February 17, as well as the pilot for Teachers, now going into its second season on TV Land.

Keen is repped by CAA, Lonestar Entertainment and attorney Adam Kaller. Leeds is with CAA, Principato Young and attorney Darren Trattner. Kraft is repped by SDB Partners and the Burstein Company.