Patricia Heaton has picked her followup collection starring car to ABC’s “The Center,” signing on to topline and government produce multi-camera comedy Carol’s Second Act, which has obtained a collection dedication at CBS. The venture hails from “Trophy Spouse” creators Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins, Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Leisure, Heaton and David Hunt’s FourBoys Leisure and CBS TV Studios, the place FourBoys is predicated.
Written by Halpern and Haskins, Carol’s Second Act facilities round Carol Chambers (Heaton), who after elevating her two youngsters and retiring from instructing, embarks on a novel second act: she’s going to grow to be a physician.
Halpern and Haskins government produce with Heaton, Hunt and Rebecca Keep for FourBoys, Heaton’s supervisor, Adam Griffin, and Kaplan and Dana Honor for Kapital Leisure. CBS TV Studios is the studio.
The deal brings Heaton again to multi-camera comedy and to CBS the place she starred on “All people Loves Raymond,” which earned her three Emmy awards. It’s considered one of two hit comedy collection Heaton has starred on that went to 9 seasons, together with ABC’s single-camera “The Center,” which wrapped its and ultimate season final Could.
“Carol’s Second Act” falls beneath the pod deal FourBoys not too long ago signed with CBS TV Studios.
Halpern and Haskins created and government produced the ABC comedy collection Trophy Spouse. The duo not too long ago served as co-executive producers-writers on ABC’s The Mayor, Imaginary Mary and Black-ish. They’re repped by UTA and Rise Administration.
That is Kapital’s third huge comedy sale at CBS thus far this season. The corporate additionally has two put pilot commitments, for Technology Hole, a single-camera comedy from “Me, Myself & I” creator Dan Kopelman, and “The Squeeze,” a multi-camera comedy from 9JKL‘s Dana Klein.
Kapital has three comedy collection on CBS, returning “Life In Items” and the upcoming “The Neighborhood” and “Fam.”
Heaton is repped by UTA, LINK Leisure, The Artists Partnership and Skryzniarz and Mallean.
This story initially appeared in Deadline.