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(Primetime Comedy) Tommy O'Toole finds himself haunted by the ghost of his long-dead grandfather, who has returned from the grave to help Tommy become a real man.
(Primetime Comedy) After a medical mishap, Mac accepts a job on a cruise ship to broaden his world view, but is disenchanted to find that this particular world involves babysitting drunk tourists and treating second-degree sunburns.
(Primetime Comedy) A couples therapist attempts to juggle her clients' relationship problems and her own awkward, complicated love life.
 
(Primetime Comedy) In Silicon Valley, the right algorithm can make you a king. And these four friends think they've finally cracked the code.
(Primetime Comedy) Follows four Senators who live together in a rented house in Washington, D.C.
(Primetime Comedy) Welcome to the Jungle, meet the radical characters at the Rocking Fun Music tm Records store front, hear the music, escape into the drama and wonder, what on earth, is gonna go wrong now? Sit-com or movie based on popular web-series
 
(Primetime Comedy) They're a bunch of juvenile misfits -- possibly the most immature guys at McKinley High School. And they're teachers.
(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) Max James, a self-righteous, rich boy and student at a prestigious university, thrusts himself into the realm of student politics. Along with Max are his staff members-Alicia, Alfred, Norman, Zack, and Stacey, who spend most of their time keeping the reckless Max on course.
 
(Primetime Comedy) So the beating of a butterflies wings can cause a hurricane on the other side of the world? Messing with the timeline can be equally fraught with peril. But trying to put history on its proper course and have two people kiss couldn't mean the end of the world? Could it?
(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.
(Primetime Comedy) Two clowns/ public executioners try to make it big in a medieval fantasy world of goblins, ogres, knights and wizards, where everyone is kind of a dick.
 
(Primetime Comedy) When Tony gets tired of the relationship life, he opts out of his and tries to convince the guys to follow his lead in order to relive the "good single college life" that they all missed out on due to their relationships.
(Primetime Comedy) At the dawn of the Revolutionary War, an untrained militia must do whatever it takes to protect their hometown from the Redcoats, roving criminals and their own incompetence.
(Primetime Comedy) After a decade in rehab, former supermodel Salem Rogers finds herself in a world she barely knows … a place where people no longer jump at her command, or (gasp!) even remember who she is.
 
(Primetime Comedy) Fresh faced college graduate Maggie Hughes lands a job that she hopes will be low stress, emotionally enriching and also provide her with room for both personal and professional growth. Instead, Maggie Hughes just got herself stuck in retail hell.
(Primetime Comedy) Four daffy yet talented young musicians - on the run from the mob - are placed into the witness protection program. No matter what identity they are given - ska, grunge, polka band, you name it - they manage to blow their cover, thanks to their unfailing spactic-ness.
(Primetime Comedy) It narrates the adventures of Mike, an office worker who is about to return home after a tiring working-day, although things will go wrong and he will be involved in several situations that will last until dawn. (video pilot avaliable)
 
(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) A mid-twenties up-start business man loses both his parents in a car accident. He lives with his friends in his old home while they run the business, however the loss of his parents has left him missing something. So he kidnaps his grandfather out of an elderly home.
(Primetime Comedy) The wacky employees of the mom and pop-style grocery store Bartlett Market (Bart Mart) all have shady pasts and are just barely holding onto their jobs. The annoying customers don't help much.
 
(Primetime Comedy) A Puerto Rican mechanic must learn to cope in an English-speaking world as he sets up his own auto repair shop near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
(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."
(Primetime Comedy) This mockumentary follows an ensemble of diverse characters as they ready themselves for the supposed end of the world -- including the guru who made the doomsday prediction.
 
(Primetime Comedy) an affluent African-American family adopt a poor white kid.
(Primetime Comedy) Colin Michael’s was clueless that after his wife, Alley won a Ten Million dollar lottery; they agreed that she could take a one week trip to Europe. Five years later he’s still waiting on her return.
(Primetime Comedy) DREGZ is like Seinfeld with an R rating. It is a comedy about societies so-called low-lifes. The main character, Bobby Smalls, is a lovable brain-damaged pothead who, with his three friends and a sarcastic cat named Buzz, encounter a variety of misfits and misadventures.
 
(Primetime Comedy) A comedic procedural following three Rangers fighting crime and mother nature in a California Park.
(Primetime Comedy) A sitcom about a... "highly underrated" indie duo band tries forming a full ensemble with help (and pity) from some... "more experienced" musicians in hopes for a second chance in the Columbus music scene.
(Primetime Comedy) See how the 1% live! The Huffington's family is run like a cut-throat corporation. Family Dinners are like board meetings and game nights are a blood bath.