NBC Buys 1980s Comedy From DJ Nash & Jason Bateman

DJ Nash Then Came Elvis NBCEXCLUSIVE: Jason Bateman and his Aggregate Films production banner have teamed with Up All Night executive producer DJ Nash for Then Came Elvis, a single-camera comedy that has sold to NBC. This marks the first TV project for Aggregate Films, which was launched in January with two-year first-look deals at Universal Pictures and Universal TV. Set in the 1980s and loosely based on Nash’s life, Then Came Elvis is about a family that finally comes together when the parents divorce. Told through voice-over from the adult son’s perspective, the series examines how, at 13, the son would have changed just about everything that was happening, but as an adult looking back, he wouldn’t change a thing. Nash will executive produce with Bateman and Aggregate president, Jim Garavente. Universal TV, where both Aggregate and Nash are under deals, will produce. (more…)

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