[07/28/14 - 11:35 PM] Development Update: Monday, July 28 Updates include: Cuba Gooding, Jr. bound for Comedy Central's "Big Time in Hollywood, FL"; Kurt Sutter inks three-year overall deal with 20th; and Lea Michele to guest on FX's "Sons of Anarchy."
[08/28/13 - 11:10 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, August 28 Updates include: Paul Giamatti to star in FX's "Hoke"; Lisa Kudrow to recur on ABC's "Scandal"; and Michael Phelps to cameo on the winter premiere of USA's "Suits."
[08/21/13 - 11:31 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, August 21 Updates include: Nickelodeon orders six more episodes of "The Haunted Hathaways"; E! extends "The Soup Investigates"; and FX gives pilot order to animated "Bigfoot."
ADDITIONAL NOTES: completed airing its first season on 5/27/15; has yet to be renewed for a second season
DESCRIPTION: (from Comedy Central's press release, February 2015) Lights, camera, action! A comedic adventure of truly epic proportions unfolds when "Big Time in Hollywood, FL," premieres Wednesday, March 25 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central, after an all-new "Workaholics." Presented in a heightened cinematic style, Comedy Central's first serialized comedy tells the story of what happens when real life outpaces two brothers' wildest celluloid dreams. The series premiere will be available via the Comedy Central App, YouTube and additional digital and social platforms beginning March 9. Created by Alex Anfanger and Dan Schimpf and produced by Red Hour and Brillstein Entertainment Partners, "Big Time in Hollywood, FL" follows two delusional brothers and self-proclaimed filmmakers, played by Anfanger and Lenny Jacobson. Throughout the ten-episode season, the pair is forced to fend for themselves for the first time in their lives, leading them on a grand, dangerous journey in pursuit of their American dream. The series also stars Cuba Gooding, Jr., Michael Madsen, Kathy Baker, Stephen Tobolowsky, Jon Bass, Keith David, Marcus Giamatti and Betsy Sodaro.