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CBS Greenlights Comedy from Conan O'Brien, 'Bridesmaids' Star

Conan O'Brien
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Conan O'Brien

The multi-cam show centers on three nerdy girlfriends on their "funcomfortable" quest to have "super fun" every Friday night.

CBS is looking to Conan O'Brien for laughs.

The network has ordered a pilot for Super Fun Night, a multi-camera comedy that revolves around three nerdy female friends on their "funcomfortable" quest to have "super fun" every Friday night.

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The series, from O'Brien's Conaco shingle in association with Warner Bros. Television, will count Bridesmaids' Rebel Wilson as its star, writer and co-executive producer. O'Brien, along with Jeff Ross (Conan) and David Kissinger (Eagleheart, Andy Barker, P.I.), are attached as executive producers.

Fun Night joins a handful of comedy pilots set up at CBS, including Jon Favreau's Santa Monica set Tweaked and an untitled twenty-somethings ensemble comedy from The Muppets' Nick Stoller.

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For O'Brien's part, this comedy is one of many projects that his Conaco has in development. Several others, including buddy comedy Fat Chance and an untitled Ben Wexler-run family-man comedy, are in contention at TBS.

Wilson and O'Brien are both repped by WME.

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