Fox Buys Autobiographical Comedies From Jordan Young & Elijah Aron, Tim McAuliffe

Raising Hope co-executive producers Jordan Young and Elijah Aron have a new single-camera project for Fox and 20th TV — This Can’t End Well. Slightly based on their lives, it focuses on a romantic guy raised by a world famous professor of love and romance, who faces an impossible challenge when he falls for a super cynical woman who was raised by a family of scumbags. UTA-repped Young and Aron previously worked on Comedy Central’s Drawn Together, FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and ABC’s Better off Ted.

Tim McAuliffe, supervising producer on ABC’s Bad Teacher, also has sold a comedy to Fox through 20th TV. The multi-camera show, based on  McAuliffe’s experiences, revolves around three roommates Tim, Pete and Pete’s girlfriend. After Pete and his girlfriend break up, Tim is left to live with his best friend’s dramatic ex-girlfriend. 3 Arts’ Jonathan Berry and Greg Walter executive produce. McAuliffe, repped by UTA and 3 Arts, is the creator of the Canadian series Satisfaction.

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