[05/10/14 - 11:21 PM]
Development Update: Saturday, May 10 - Odds & Ends
Updates include: "Gaffigan," "How I Met Your Dad" still alive at CBS; Warner Bros. Television shopping "Suburgatory" to cable; and 20th Century Fox Television's "Keep It Together" also looking for a new home.

[05/09/14 - 11:56 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 9 - Odds & Ends
Updates include: ABC, NBC pass on the bulk of their remaining pilots; Casey Affleck to play Meriwether Lewis for HBO; Ryan Seacrest to return as host of FOX's "American Idol."

[04/01/14 - 11:26 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, April 1
Updates include: Cory Michael Smith to play Edward Nygma in FOX's "Gotham"; Erin Cummings boards "The Astronaut Wives Club" at ABC; and three syndicated series get the axe.

[03/25/14 - 10:35 PM]
2014 ABC Program Development Guide - Comedy Series
ABC details its 12 comedy pilots under consideration for next season.

[03/07/14 - 11:19 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 7
Updates include: Felicity Huffman tapped for "American Crime" at ABC; Rebecca Romijn cast in NBC's "The Pro"; and Dave Annable scores a role in FOX's "Red Band Society."

[03/05/14 - 11:01 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 5
Updates include: Patricia Arquette to lead latest "CSI" spin-off at CBS; Diogo Morgado cast in The CW's "The Messengers"; and Penelope Ann Miller, Timothy Hutton board ABC's "American Crime."

[02/20/14 - 11:43 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 20
Updates include: Elisha Cuthbert tapped as lead in NBC's "One Big Happy"; Morena Baccarin to star in ABC's "Warriors"; Krysten Ritter boards "Mission Control" at NBC.

[02/13/14 - 11:50 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 13
Updates include: Dwayne Johnson-led comedy "Ballers" gets series order at HBO; Romany Malco to "Keep It Together" for ABC; and Matt Barr boards "Identity" at The CW.

[01/23/14 - 11:51 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, January 23
Updates include: Jane Kaczmarek to star in FOX's "Here's Your Damn Family"; Michael J. Weithorn lands six-episode order at FOX for "Weird Loners"; and nine more scripts get pilot commitments.

[10/07/13 - 11:33 PM]
Development Update: Monday, October 7
Updates include: Ashley Madekwe first to board WGN America's "Salem"; Beau Garrett boards Bravo's "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce"; and Amy Price-Francis cast in Amazon's "Bosch."

10/7/13 - 5/10/14
previously in development (2014-2015 season)
ordered to pilot
network passed on 5/9/14
(from ABC's press release, March 2014) Based on the family life, marriage and divorce of actor/comedian Kevin Hart, writers Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan (Community, Scrubs, Family Guy) explore the question: "Can a man and woman ever truly be friends... after they're divorced?" Derek (Romany Malco) and Lorraine (Bresha Webb) were high school sweethearts who married and started a family right away (they literally got married at their graduation party). Like any good divorced couple, they know how to push each other's buttons, especially as they start dating other people. Their two kids, 6-year-old Ruben and 11-year-old Nicole, are adjusting just fine to joint custody and to Derek's new girlfriend, Mircea (Amber Stevens). She's an exotic beauty who is smart enough to go with the flow when it comes to Lorraine... at least most of the time. But when Mircea teaches Derek's daughter how to braid her own hair, Lorraine is furious about losing a precious "mommy moment." In retaliation, she has her new boyfriend teach their son how to ride a bike. Derek can't believe that Lorraine manufactured a special "daddy moment" specifically so that he would miss it. He's all set for a confrontation with her new young boyfriend Chip (Jayson Blair), only to discover that he actually likes the guy. Not only does he like Chip, but he provides Derek with some thoughtful insights about having a healthy relationship with Lorraine that's based on friendship. Can Derek and Lorraine put their volatile past behind them and forge a friendship for the sake of their kids and their new significant others? They will certainly try.
· Amber Stevens as Mircea (Originally Cast)
· Bresha Webb as Lorraine
· Bryant Tardy as TBA
· Corinne Massiah as TBA
· Jayson Blair as Chip
· Jeff Ross as Stu
· Kevin Hart as Squeaky
· Romany Malco as Derek
· Ryan Michelle Bathe as Mandy
· ??? as DIR (Pilot)
· Dave Becky as EP
· Garrett Donovan as CRTR/EP
· Kevin Hart as CRTR/EP
· Neil Goldman as CRTR/EP
· comedy (all)
· comedy (multi-camera)
· 20th Century Fox Television