CBS picks up Conan O'Brien-produced comedy pilot 'Vince Uncensored'

Conan-O-BrienImage Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty ImagesConan O’Brien is returning to network television — well, sort of. CBS has picked up the multi-camera comedy pilot Vince Uncensored, which the late-night talk show host is exec producing, with creator Phoef Sutton (Cheers, Terriers) writing the pilot. The show, which is contingent on cast and was bought on spec, centers on a man who opts to take a more candid approach to life following a life-changing experience. In addition to TBS’ Conan, O’Brien’s production company, Conaco produced the short-lived 2010 NBC drama Outlaw and the 2007 NBC comedy Andy Parker P.I.

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  • Allobidallo

    Maybe it’ll do good. CBS has been known to give shows a little more of a chance than NBC. Time will tell.

  • chris

    i liked andy barker p.i.

  • LOL

    Kabletown sacked Olbermann.

  • jake

    Outlaw was horrible.

  • m.

    _centers on a man who opts to take a more candid approach to life following a life-changing experience_

    Sounds exactly like “Outlaw”…

  • meliot

    I will definitely watch it, not because of Conan, but because of Phoef Sutton. If it’s anywhere near as good as Terriers, I’m there. It was a shame that great show was cancelled.

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