TBS sets 'Frat House' in late-night

Comedy from Bunim-Murray in vein of 'Old School'

TBS is rushing the "Frat House."

The cable network has ordered a presentation for a tentatively titled half-hour late-night project from Bunim-Murray that is in the vein of the 2003 Will Ferrell comedy "Old School."

The project follows three comedian-hosts -- Bret Ernst (Showtime's "Weeds"), Theo Von (ABC Family's "America's Prom Queen") and Bert Kreischer (Comedy Central's "Reality Bites Back") -- as they lead a band of guys, each at a crossroads, who long for the simpler, raucous days of life in a frat house.

The news comes on the heels of TBS' ordering a pilot for another late-night project, "The TBS Comedy Roadshow," a contemporary take on vaudeville hosted by Harland Williams.

Bunin-Murray's credits include MTV's "The Real World" and E!'s "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."