NBC has ordered the single-camera comedy “Grand Crew” and “American Auto” and the drama “La Bria” for the 2021-2022 broadcast season.
All three shows were originally ordered to be piloted in the 2019-2020 pilot season, but production of almost every pilot on the broadcast networks was suspended due to epidemics. NBC announced in June that it would surprise the rest of its pilots in production for the rest of 2020 as part of its data safety protocol.
From different types
“Our driving force is always on the lookout for skilled storytellers who have a strong vision,” said Lisa Kitz, president of scripted content at NBC Universal. “Although these shows are very different thematically, what they have in common is a unique voice, a great world build and a compelling story. We can’t wait to share them with TV fans everywhere.
“American Auto” features Anna Gestier, John Barin Holtz, Harriet Dyer, Humphrey Kerr, Michael B. Washington, Ty White and X-Men. The series is set in the headquarters of a major American automotive company in Detroit, where a flying group of executives seeks to rediscover the company’s identity in the face of a rapidly changing industry.
Justin Spitzer, the creator of “Superstore,” is the author and executive producer of “American Auto,” and Aaron Kaplan and Dana Honor of Capital Entertainment are also executive producers. Jeff Blitz is an executive producer and guides the pilot. Will produce universal television. Spacer is contracting in the studio as a whole.
“Grand Crew” stars Echo Calum, Justin Cunningham, Carl Tart, Aaron Jennings, and Nicole Byrne. It’s about a group of black friends who open up the ups and downs of life and love in a wine bar.
Phil Augusta Jackson is the author and executive producer of “Brooklyn Nine Nine”, along with Schwarner of “Brooklyn Nine Nine” and co-creator Dan Gore. Mo Marble directs the pilot and works as a co-executive producer. Will produce universal television. Gore Studios is under an overall agreement.
Finally, “La Breya” will feature additional castings with Natalie Zee, Zaira Gorky and Chi Okun Pumpkin. On the show, when a massive sinkhole mysteriously opens in Los Angeles, it brings tears to the eyes of a family, separating mother and son from father and daughter. When a family member finds themselves in an obscure alien world, along with a diverse group of others, they must work to survive and unravel the mystery of where they are and if there is a way back home. have has.
David Appelbam is the author and executive producer of “La Brie”, along with Owen Nair, Elon Shutterman, Peter Tragat, and Rachel Kaplan of Cassette Studios, co-producing with Ken Woodrow.
(Photo: “Grand Staff”)
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