McCall driving ABC's 'Carpoolers'

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Marsh McCall has been tapped to serve as executive producer/ showrunner on ABC's upcoming comedy series "Carpoolers," from ABC TV Studio.

McCall's assignment on "Carpoolers" stems from his overall deal with ABC TV Studio, which produces the show with DreamWorks TV and 3 Arts Entertainment.

"Carpoolers" follows the lives of four men (Fred Goss, Jerry Minor, Jerry O'Connell, Tim Peper) who carpool to work together each day.

On the series, McCall will serve as an executive producer alongside creator Bruce McCulloch, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank and David Miner.

McCall most recently created and executive produced the short-lived NBC comedy series "Twenty Good Years," from Warner Bros. TV and Werner-Gold-Miller.

His series credits also include "Just Shoot Me," "My Big Fat Greek Life" and "Modern Men."

He is repped by CAA.
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