TBS Orders Breckin Meyer Comedy Pilot

Breckin Meyer (center) in a scene from TNT's "Franklin & Bash"

The multi-camera project will focus on bromance, sexcapades and the workplace adventures of four magazine employees.

The Turner cable networks are doubling down on star Breckin Meyer.

TBS has ordered a comedy pilot from the star of TNT's Franklin & Bash. The Sony-produced ensemble, titled Men at Work, also counts one-time network executive Jamie Tarses (My Boys, Hawthorne) as an executive producer.  

The project is being billed as a multi-camera comedy that "will explore bromance, sexcapades and the office adventures of four buddies who work at a magazine." The show's central character, Milo, finds comfort in his three buddies helping him reinvent his manhood post break-up as each navigates his own personal life.

If it ultimately gets picked up to series, Men will join a diverse slate that includes Tyler Perry's show, Ice Cube's Are We There Yet? and upcoming Big Bang Theory repeats.

Meyer, who is also a writer and voice on Adult Swim's Robot Chicken, is repped by Gersh.