Happy EndingsLatest News and Opinion
Posted Friday 5/04/18 at 1:46AM EDT
Happy Endings ended five years ago, but its creator still thinks there's potential for a revival
The canceled ABC sitcom ended after three seasons on May 3, 2013. “I’m personally a little surprised that there hasn’t been someone who’s realistically approached us to do it," says creator David Caspe. "Our fanbase is rabid but I suppose the cult following is smaller than it seems. It’s been five years and if it hasn’t happened yet, I can’t imagine it happening now, but at the same time, it wouldn’t really surprise me if Hulu or even ABC called me and asked if we’d ever do more."
Posted Monday 4/30/18 at 2:02PM EDT
Adam Pally reunites with Happy Endings creator for a YouTube Red comedy series
Jay Pharoah will recur and Veep's Sam Richardson will also star on the David Caspe-created untitled comedy about a rapper and his close-knit crew.
Posted Wednesday 2/21/18 at 7:00PM EST
Damon Wayans Jr., "the most hotly pursued comedy actor this pilot season," lands a big CBS pilot deal
The New Girl and Happy Endings alum has fielded at least a dozen offers this pilot season, according to Deadline, but has decided to pick an untitled multi-camera comedy pilot in which he plays the business manager of a young pop superstar, who moves in with him and his wife. Deadline says Wayans' deal "is believed to be the biggest talent deal so far this pilot season....The rich pact is said to include points on the show and, if the pilot goes to series, a two-year first-look producing deal with CBS TV Studios."
Posted Monday 2/12/18 at 2:12PM EST
Don Cheadle's Showtime comedy pilot Ball Street adds Regina Hall, Paul Scheer and Casey Wilson
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
The 1987-set Wall Street crash comedy pilot reunites Happy Endings creator David Caspe, who created Ball Street, with wife Wilson.
Posted Thursday 9/07/17 at 9:21PM EDT
Don Cheadle and Andrew Rannells will co-star in Showtime comedy pilot Ball Street from Happy Endings creator
Source: Entertainment Weekly
Seth Rogen will direct David Caspe’s Ball Street, which takes place in the aftermath of the Oct. 19, 1987 stock market crash.