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Forget Super Fun Night. Fox is looking to pack as much fun into the weekends as it can with comedy 48 Hours Until Monday.
The single-camera comedy hails from The Mindy Project EP Charlie Grandy and landed at Fox with a script plus penalty commitment, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
48 Hours is a show about one husband’s desperate struggle to not let every weekend go completely to hell.
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Grandy will pen the script and executive produce the Universal Television comedy via Peter Traugott and Rachel Kaplan‘s studio-based TBD Productions banner.
In addition to Fox’s The Mindy Project, Grandy’s credits include creating and exec producing NBC’s Guys With Kids. He was a co-EP on The Office, a writer-producer for SNL’s Weekend Update and started his career on The Daily Show.
TBD is repped by UTA and attorney Ken Richman; Grandy is with UTA and attorney PJ Shapiro.
Fox currently airs two comedies from Universal Television: Mindy and the second season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
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