Fox is rising a pitch murky comedy about a meteorologist whose lifestyles unspools after a freak hurt at work.
Cindy Snow comes from Steve Yockey, creator and showrunner of HBO Max’s Kaley Cuoco comedy drama The Flight Attendant. He’ll write, exec produce and attend as showrunner for the project, which is produced by Warner Bros Television and Fox Leisure.
It follows Cindy Snow, who’s the most standard native meteorologist in Savannah, GA, but insensible the cameras, she’s– no longer optimistic. When a freak head hurt at work triggers surreal glimpses of the long escape, Cindy’s lifestyles rapid unspools. In this pitch murky comedy, Cindy is cosmically dragged in the direction of being a greater particular person, kicking and screaming the entire diagram.
Yockey is currently working on backup subject cloth on the project, which Fox is taking a have a study as a imaginable straight-to-series repeat.
It’s Yockey’s newest project; he no longer too long within the past landed a pilot repeat from HBO Max for Pointless Boy Detectives, essentially based thoroughly on the DC Comics characters created by Neil Gaiman. The Flight Attendant is returning for its 2nd season this year.
Cindy Snow marks Fox’s newest comedy construction; the community additionally has a hybrid multi-/single-digicam look protection comedy within the works from Dollface showrunner Michelle Nader. The projects manufacture part of Fox’s modified construction mannequin that it launched during the pandemic, which involves comedy displays in lieu of stout half of-hour pilots.
Fox’s President of Leisure Michael Thorn no longer too long within the past told Level in time that this would likely discontinue three or four displays on the comedy facet.
“We’re no longer doing the same previous comedy pilot mannequin,” he mentioned. “What we’re going to search at is a mixture of scripts and a comedy presentation, no longer unlike what we discontinue with our animation diagram.”
Thorn mentioned he was as soon as encouraged with the return of Call Me Kat earlier this month and would look for reveals to take a seat down alongside the U.S. remake of Miranda starring Mayim Bialik.
“We’re taking a look for companions for Call Me Kat presumably along with honest appropriate anything else that that can stand out and direct urgency to comedy in what for a range of comedies is a tough marketplace,” he added.