'Ex Men' united; helmers set
EmptyCBS has greenlighted the single-camera comedy pilot "Ex Men."
In pilot directing news, Walt Becker has signed on to helm CBS' single-camera comedy pilot "1321 Clover," while Deran Sarafian will direct Fox's drama pilot "K-Ville."
"Ex Men," from CBS Paramount Network TV, centers on a newly single guy who is taken under the wing of a group of more experienced guys.
"Frasier" alum Rob Greenberg is the writer/executive producer.
"1321 Clover," from CBS Par TV and writers Paul Corrigan and Brad Walsh, chronicles documentary-style the lives of a typical suburban American family.
Becker is the director of the upcoming feature film "Wild Hogs," starring Tim Allen, John Travolta, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy. His other credits include the film "Van Wilder."
"K-Ville," from 20th Century Fox TV, revolves around cops in post-Katrina New Orleans.
Veteran director Sarafian is making his pilot debut with "K-Ville." He has been working on the hit Fox medical drama "House," on which he has directed about a dozen episodes.
Sarafian, who has also directed multiple episodes of such dramas as the three "CSI" series, is repped by CAA and Thrive Entertainment.