May 29 2024

TrekToday

An archive of Star Trek News

New Comedy Pilot For Abrams

1 min read

A new J.J. Abrams comedy pilot based on forthcoming book will possibly be aired by Fox.

The pilot, Adulting, is taken from Kelly Williams Brown‘s Adulting: How to Become a Grown-up in 387 Easy(ish) Steps, which is due out next May.

Brown has a blog of the same name, which is described as a “quirky, humorous guide on how to become an adult.” In her blog, Brown gives out advice on topics including: how to take care of your basic human needs, how to discuss politics with friends, how not to look like a slut at work, how to deal with dangerous toasters and how to shut down office creepers. Recent topics include ignoring small unfortunate social occurrences, being stuck in a rut and how to avoid a suitcase disaster. The blog can be seen here.

If picked up as a series, Adulting will be a half-hour comedy, written by Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein. Adulting is executive produced by Kohn, Silverstein, Abrams and Bryan Burk, with Kathy Lingg as co-executive producer and Athena Wickham as a producer.

About The Author

1 thought on “New Comedy Pilot For Abrams

  1. Hmm. This could be worth checking out. I could definitely use some advice on not looking like a slut at work.

Comments are closed.

©1999 - 2024 TrekToday and Christian Höhne Sparborth. Star Trek and related marks are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. TrekToday and its subsidiary sites are in no way affiliated with CBS Studios Inc. | Newsphere by AF themes.