Next on 'Earl' guy's list: Fox family show

Andreeva, Nellie
August 2009
Hollywood Reporter Weekend Edition;8/21/2009, Vol. 411 Issue 9, p1
The article reports that Fox Broadcasting Co. has teamed with Bobby Bowman, executive producer of the television program "My Name Is Earl," for an untitled family comedy project. The untitled show, which has received a premium script commitment, hails from Twentieth Century-Fox Television Inc., where Bowman has an overall deal, and Chernin Co. Bowman's project is a multicamera comedy that centers on an eccentric child who is trying to be a normal person.


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