Gates (Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa). A raw look at the awkward, political, and intense world of elementary school drop-off, where the other parents — love them or hate them — are somehow forced to be your new best friends. Cast: Ken Marino, Kathleen Rose Perkins.
Holding Patterns (Justin Spitzer). A multicamera ensemble comedy about a group of friends whose lives completely change after they survive a plane crash.
Untitled DJ Nash. Single-camera comedy about a son who idolizes his blind father and is bemused by his mother’s new-found adolescence watches his family come closer together post-divorce.
About a Boy (Jason Katims). Comedy centering on a bachelor whose primary goal in life is avoiding any kind of responsibility until he meets a geeky young boy. Cast: Minnie Driver.
Girlfriend in a Coma (Liz Brixius). Single-camera comedy about a 34-year-old woman wakes up from a coma to find out she has a 17-year-old daughter from a pregnancy she was unaware of when her life was put on hold. Cast: Christina Ricci, Miranda Cosgrove.
Assistance (Leslye Headland). A single-camera comedy centered on an idealistic working girl assistant who is pulled between her colleague — aka work husband — and her real life fiance while trying to manage a demanding (translation: crazy) boss.
Donor Party (Alex Schemmer). Single-camera ensemble comedy is focused on an irresponsible man forced to grow up when he discovers he has children resulting from his days as a sperm donor. A new family unit develops when a single mom contacts him and he begins to have a relationship with her and the son he never knew he had.
Untitled Robert Padnick. Bright-eyed and vulnerable Matthew Hirsch is ready to find love, but needs the help of his three best friends to survive the labyrinth of mind games and human suffering that is dating in your early twenties.
Joe, Joe and Jane (Joe Port, Joe Wiseman). Comedy based on real life of Joe Wiseman and the complicated relationship between his manipulative wife Jane and his best friend Joe. Cast: Sally Pressman.
Untitled Owen Ellickson and Craig Robinson. Single-camera comedy that centers around a talented musician who adjusts to his new life as a middle school music teacher, where he maneuvers precocious kids, teacher politics, and the temptations of single moms.
Welcome to the Family (Mike Sikowitz). Cultures collide when a white family and a Latino family are bonded together by their children who fall in love followed quickly by an unplanned pregnancy. Cat: Mike O’Malley.
Untitled Victor Fresco & Sean Hayes. Comedy centers on Sean, who must figure out how to parent his 14-year-old daughter, who just moved in, while navigating a temperamental new boss at work.
Brenda Forever (David Lampson, Andrew Leeds). Stories from Brenda Miller’s past and present are interwoven to give a unique portrait of how a chubby, awkward, but incredibly confident 13-year-old grew up to be a 31-year-old woman who still marches to the beat of her own drum.
Undateable (Adam Sztykiel). Multicamera young ensemble comedy centering on a group of friends dubbed the “Undate-ables,” whose lives are altered when a more confident guy enters their world.
Untitled John Mulaney. A multi camera young ensemble comedy that is created, written by and starring one of the hottest young stand ups, John Mulaney. It is based loosely on his life.