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(Hybrid) Inspired in part by Bobby’s childhood growing up with a father with mental illness, this uplifting single camera comedy features a dysfunctional family that perseveres despite their differences and finds happiness in unexpected places.
(Multi-camera) A 30-something couple, tired of their mundane life, start to reconnect with their younger, cooler selves when an emerging pop star who is drawn to their super normal suburban life, moves in.
In cases where they’ve already ordered a show to series, we’ll say so. Rebecca left her family’s Texas ranch years ago to work at an upscale hotel in New York, but after being promised ownership of the ranch by her smooth-talking cowboy dad Beau, she’s back and ready to utilize her big city tactics to turn their rustic ranch into a destination spot oozing Southern hospitality.
Getting her siblings to fall in line with her vision will be the real thorn in Rebecca’s side.
And that’s going to be even harder once Beau reveals a life-changing family secret.
(Single camera) Inspired by the 1980s TV show of the same name, “The Greatest American Hero” centers around Meera, a 30-year-old woman who loves tequila and karaoke and has spent her life searching and failing to find meaning, much to the chagrin of her traditional Indian-American family.