36 projects
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(Primetime Comedy) A couples therapist attempts to juggle her clients' relationship problems and her own awkward, complicated love life.
(Primetime Comedy) TGIF takes place on and off the set of a fictional last place 90's Sitcom. They're always looking for ways to boost their ratings: product placements, kidnapping one of the Olsen twins, guest stars, blackmail... TGIF is narrated by the Director, the only sane person around.
(Primetime Comedy) Two men, lifelong friends with an entrepreneurial spirit, start a babysitting franchise. Not just anyone can be a Mansitter, though. It’s men only ... and the only rule: No ‘stache, no cash.
 
(Children and Tweens) A Groundhog Mailroom Clerk and his friends repeatedly ruin nature while trying to further their careers at the National Park.
(Primetime Comedy) Chris & Iris, are a happily married couple who, along with their best friends, Samantha & Nathan, have big dreams - none of which include kids. So it’s something of a surprise when Chris and Iris find themselves unexpectedly expecting.
(Children and Tweens) The adventures and/or misadventures of a workaholic husband, an image conscious wife, an imaginative son, and a cute firecracker of a daughter living in Pasadena, California who realize that when you are a part of a family, you are never truly alone... literally.
 
(Primetime Comedy) A smart-mouthed charmer who flamed out in life returns to the place where he was once the king – high school – but isn’t quite prepared for his new role as, gulp… a substitute teacher.
(Primetime Comedy) After workaholic Matt falls down an elevator shaft he winds up in the afterlife, where he is horrified to find that he is a tooth fairy, complete with wings, pink tights and no genitals. His female rival from work is also there, still trying to outdo him.
(Primetime Comedy) It's 1951, the wild free-wheeling days of early TV -- and Wisconsin farm boy Stuart Greenquist comes to Hollywood to write for the popular SciFi TV show "Star Patrol."
 
(Preschool) Eagerness and youthful innocence are at the core of the youngest spaceship in the galaxy. His ardent appetite for excitement, and lack of experience, have a tendency to create some unpredictable predicaments.
(Primetime Comedy) 16-year old Gaius Helwyn has been dragged into his family's business against his will. But when your father is a newly paraplegic Bounty Hunter who has decided he and his family are American nobility, how do you say no?

Us

(Primetime Comedy) An irreverent and derelict group of college friends struggle to deal with their finances, families, careers, independence and relationships in contemporary Los Angeles.
 
(Children and Tweens) An epic tale of a valiant White Knight hero saving the kingdom from an evil Dark Lord... which puts the hero's Sidekicks and the villain's Henchmen in the limelight! Because you might as well admit it: the second bananas are always the REAL stars of the show!
(Preschool) Two five year old twins visit their magician grandpa's house and explore his magical attic, which sends them to magical worlds to solve problems! Mike and Susie's Attic Adventures is an animated series!
(Primetime Comedy) Stan and Magnus are two professional wrestlers whose job is to lose. One day, Stan is dragged kicking and screaming into the main event by Dr. Dynamite, the world champ, and the most popular wrestler on the roster, when he believes Stan is having an affair with his ex-wife.
 
(Preschool) Brian explores the basement of his new house, and discovers four numerical robots. They teach him about math and science, while Brian and his new friend Molly teach them about human things. Alternate title: "Brian's 1234 Bots"
(Primetime Comedy) In the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse, society has returned to a sense of normalcy. At Saxon-Stern's Human-Undead Resources Department, humans and undead toil together just to make it to the weekend.
(Primetime Comedy) Lifelong friends Carter & Riley are roommates and creative partners. Due to being the creators of a popular internet comic strip, they have plenty of time to have odd adventures.
 
(Primetime Comedy) It is the year 2120. Earth has been destroyed by the evil Bagorgamites. All that remain are nine representatives of the human race floating in space… and they’re bored.
(Primetime Comedy) Three twenty-somethings accidentally find themselves living in a retirement community.
(Children and Tweens) Amelia Pine has deleted all of scientific history. Now, along with her friend Jake and her sentient computer Neil, she must travel through time to help scientists rediscover their important theories, laws, and proofs.
 
(Children and Tweens) A 14 year old girl named Anarchy has integrity, ambition, and the drive to be a great class president, as long as she can survive ‘four more years’ with her kooky family.

ZEA

(Primetime Comedy) When VP of Human Resources BOB accidentally learns The Corporation’s secret, he’s promoted against his will to VP of ZR for Zindy Ehrlich & Associates, or ZEA, ‘The future of office services in-sourcing.’ In-house, however, ZEA stands for something else entirely.
(Children and Tweens) A brainless bard, an outcast inventor, a hapless adventurer, and a 6-year old who thinks she's a lion. Destiny, necessity, and a magic book, bring these four children together on a madcap adventure across the mystical Silk Road.
 
(Primetime Comedy) A middle-aged rock star sequesters himself in Ohio, escaping his frustrations with the music industry, his turbulent past, and the pain of losing his wife. BASED ON TRUE EVENTS.
(Preschool) Mari and Owlley save villagers from monsters and then help those monsters figure out why they're acting out. Science, history, and mythology are infused into the stories!
(Preschool) Two twins, their friends and their curious owl-bot use the power of their imaginations to turn every day into a grand adventure.
 
(Primetime Comedy) A wanna-be rocker Miles, discovers he has a 16 year old half Puerto Rican daughter, and has to balance fatherhood while pursuing the rock dream.
(Primetime Comedy) A former quantum physics professor-turned-hobo/junkie travels to other universes and points in time to correct fluctuations that threaten the fabric of existence. He is sent by an interdimensional Organization, which, like the missions themselves, may exist only in his mind.
(Children and Tweens) A living toy seeks to discover his place in the world, hopefully without getting himself killed in the process.