We've had workplace comedies set at offices, bars, TV show, and even police squad rooms. How about unhappy UN employees?
Seth Rogen and Lionsgate TV are developing "UNprofessionals," a single-camera comedy series about unappreciated workers at the United Nations.
That's a backdrop more often used for thrillers like Hitchcock's "North by Northwest" and the 2005 drama "The Interpreter." Can we expect Hitchcock send-ups along the lines of Mel Brooks' "High Anxiety"?
The Sklar brothers, who act as well as write, hosted "Cheap Seats" from 2004-2006 on ESPN Classic. Their more memorable guest star turns include conjoined twins on "Grey's Anatomy" and the owners of a music shop on "Better Call Saul."
Rogen's TV producing credits include "Preacher," "Black Monday," and Amazon's "The Boys."
[Via The Wrap]