CBS Buys Blended Family Comedy From Matt Tarses & Kapital Entertainment

Mad Love creator Matt Tarses is back at CBS with a new comedy project. The network has put in development Hannah Royce’s Questionable Choices, a single-camera comedy from Tarses and Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment. Sony Pictures TV, where Tarses has been based, is the studio.

Matt Tarses

Written by Tarses, Hannah Royce’s Questionable Choices centers on a woman who has made some interesting choices throughout her life – namely, having three different kids with three different men – but all have led her to having a very unique, loving, blended family.

Tarses executive produces with Kaplan, Wendi Trilling, Dana Honor and Fiona Clark.

This is the second sale for Tarses this year. He also is writing/executive producing Start Up, a single-camera comedy starring and to be directed/exec produced by Zach Braff, which has a put pilot commitment at ABC via Sony TV/Davis Entertainment.

This is Kapital Entertainment’s fourth comedy sale so far this season at CBS where the company has sophomore single-camera comedy series Life In Pieces. Hannah Royce’s Questionable Choices joins Dan Kopelman single-camera comedy project Me, Myself & I, which has a pilot production commitment, as well as multi-camera comedy 9J, 9K, and 9L from Dana Klein and Mark Feuerstein and another multi-camera comedy from Corinne Kingsbury.

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