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Sitcom King Developing Drama Series for Amazon Based on a Best-Selling Book From the 1980s

The prolific producer behind some of the biggest comedy hits on television is developing a drama project for Amazon. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that Chuck Lorre, the man behind “The Big Bang Theory,” “Two and a Half Men”...
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Chuck Lorre Eyes Drama Development

Media / Media Industry News : Adweek

After all but singlehandedly stocking CBS’ comedy larder, Chuck Lorre is looking to branch out into drama. Lorre, the creator of the CBS hits Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory and Mike and Molly, has re-upped with Warner Bros....

Warner Bros. Signs New Overall Deal With 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Two and a Half Men' Creator Chuck Lorre

Media / Television Industry : TV by the Numbers

Highly successful television writer/producer Chuck Lorre will continue to call Warner Bros. Television home, with the Studio announcing today that the top comedy hitmaker has signed a new, exclusive, multiyear overall development an...

Chuck Lorre Sitcom Selling Fast, Hits 92% of U.S. in Two Months

Media / Television Industry : TVWeek

The latest comedy from the man behind successful syndicated launches for “Two and a Half Men,” “The Big Bang Theory” and “Mike & Molly” is “Mom,” which is now sold in 92% of the U.S. for next fall, TVNewsCheck reports....

MTV Developing Series Based on One of Most Famous Sci-Fi Novels of All Time

Media / Television Industry : TVWeek

With one of its signature series winding down, MTV may have its replacement lined up. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the cable network is developing a series based on H.G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds.” The news comes....

New Series from Sitcom Guru Chuck Lorre Picked Up by Netflix. Here’s Who It Stars and What It’s About

Media / Television Industry : TVWeek

A new sitcom from comedy specialist Chuck Lorre (“The Big Bang Theory”) has been picked up by Netflix, reports The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed blog. The series is called “Disjointed,” and it will star Kathy Bates. Twenty episodes...


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