Meaghan Rath & Jack Cutmore-Scott To Headline ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’ – Deadline

exclusive: Hawaii Five 0 Alumna Megan Rath and formerly deception Star Jack Cutmore-Scott is set to star and executive produce Wouldn’t that be nice, a single-camera comedy series in development at CBS from CBS Studios.

Courtesy of Artists First

Written by Kristen Bartlett (Full frontal with Samantha BDirected by James GriffithsBlack-ish, Stumptown), Wouldn’t that be nice It is a romantic workplace comedy based on the Cutmore-Scott family wedding business in the United Kingdom.

Located on Walnut Hill on the Water, a small family-run wedding venue in Black Mountain, North Carolina, Wouldn’t that be nice About Georgina (Rath) and Nick (Catmore-Scott), two co-directors who both wish they could do solo. Together with their dedicated but dysfunctional staff, they work every week to put aside their hatred for each other and celebrate couples in love. The show is a celebration of partnerships – in love, work and friendship – and how often it takes a chaotic collision of opposite worlds and opposite brains to make something truly special.

Executive Rath, Cutmore-Scott and Bartlett produce along with Griffiths and Chief Development Officer Brett Pirtle via their Fee-Fi-Fo Films banner.

This is the latest comedy car starring husband and wife duo Cutmore-Scott and Rath who met while starring on the Fox series. Cooper Barrett’s guide to survival They were also selected as a pimp in the 2020 CBS beta jury duty, which cannot be produced due to the epidemic.

BAFTA-nominated Griffiths is a prolific pilot director who also met Rath on Cutmore-Scott on Cooper Barrett’s guide to survival. He directed and performed pilot episodes for ABC’s Black-ish, Stumptown And A million little things Plus a reboot of Disney+’s The Mighty Ducks series.

Bartlett is a five-time Emmy nominated co-writer Full frontal with Samantha B. I previously wrote to Saturday Night Live, where she won the WGA and Peabody Awards. her theatrical performance dead parents club It was performed to sell out to audiences in New York, Los Angeles, and Montreal.

Bartlett was represented by Artists First, UTA, and Jackoway Austen Tyerman; Rath from Conner Agency, Hess Entertainment and Jerry Longarzo; Cutmore-Scott by UTA, Management 360, 42, and Jerry Longarzo; Griffiths of WME and Casarotto Ramsay & Associates.

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