The JumpStart television show has jumped from “in development” to the next phase.
CBS has given a pilot order to a multi-cam comedy series based on the “JumpStart” comic strip, Variety has learned.
The project hails from writer and executive producer Wayne Conley. Aaron Kaplan and Melanie Frankel of Kapital Entertainment also executive produce along with Bridget McMeel of Andrews McMeel Entertainment and Wendi Trilling of TrillTV. Robb Armstrong, the creator of “JumpStart,” will co-executive produce. CBS Studios will produce.
Based on the popular comic strip that debuted in 1989, JumpStart is set in Philadelphia and follows Joe, a cop, his wife Marcy, a nurse, and Joe’s partner Crunchy. Joe and Marcy are young, hip, urban parents with old school values who are willing to sacrifice for their kids and have some laughs while doing it!
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I wonder what’s the status of the “Bloom County” series at FOX.
The latest I find about the Bloom County Fox series is this Collider item from September 2022:
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