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Fox Buys Workplace Comedy From Alec Sulkin & Julius Sharpe As Put Pilot

In one of the first significant buys of the 2015 pitch season, which slowly is getting underway, Fox has given Fox logo horizontala put pilot commitment to Where Are They Now?, a single-camera comedy written/executive produced by Alec Sulkin and Julius “Goldie” Sharpe.

In Where Are They Now, from 20th Century Fox TV, the hilarious ins-and-outs of an Internet company are revealed as police investigate why everyone who worked there has disappeared.

This is the second season as a writing team for Sulkin and Sharpe — both part of Seth MacFarlane’s cadre of writers. Last summer, the duo sold ensemble multi-camera comedy All Together Now to Fox through 20th TV, where both have been based, also with a put pilot commitment.

Sulkin paired with Sharpe after a 15-year stint partnered with Wellesley Wild. The two co-wrote with MacFarlane the two Ted movies. Goldie has been a mutual friend of the duo, having worked with them on MacFarlane’s Family Guy and sitcom Dads.

Sulkin is repped by UTA and attorney Ken Richman; Sharpe, who started his career in late-night, is with WME and Karl Austen.


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