[09/29/11 - 11:09 PM] Development Update: Thursday, September 29 Updates include: Carlton Cuse, Barry Schindel and Bill Callahan all land projects at ABC; NBC extends "Parenthood" to 18 episodes; and Chris Carter eyes small screen return.
[07/19/10 - 06:38 PM] Development Update: Monday, July 19 Updates include: Gregory Itzin set for "Big Love" on HBO; Ryan Murphy set for massive deal at 20th; and David Cross joins FOX's "Running Wilde."
[05/15/10 - 01:20 PM] Development Update: Saturday, May 15 Updates include: TBS lands off-network rights to "The Big Bang Theory"; recasting hits NBC's "Harry's Law," "Friends With Benefits"; and Paul Reiser's "Next" to become NBC's 12th new scripted show next season.
[04/05/10 - 12:08 AM] Development Update: Monday, April 5 Updates include: Jonathan Slavin joins CBS's "Team Spitz"; Tisha Campbell-Martin books "Wright vs. Wrong" at ABC; and Tyler James Williams added to "Our Show" at NBC.
[03/23/10 - 12:05 AM] Development Update: Tuesday, March 23 Updates include: Jaime Pressly joins CBS's "Prayer"; "FlashForward's" Zachary Knighton books "Happy Endings" at ABC; and Bridget Moynahan reports for CBS's "Reagan's Law."
[02/09/10 - 06:44 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, February 9 Updates include: pilots land directors; Jennifer Finnigan joins Joanna Garcia on an ABC comedy pilot; and Billy Ray is tapped to pen "24's" feature incarnation.
SEASON(S): 1 (6 episodes, 4 of which have yet to air)
ADDITIONAL NOTES: confirmed as canceled on 4/22/11
DESCRIPTION: (from NBC's press release, March 2011) NBC announced that "The Paul Reiser Show," a new comedy series starring Reiser ("Mad About You," "Aliens"), will premiere on Thursday, April 14 (8:30-9 p.m. ET). NBC's "The Paul Reiser Show" is a new single-camera comedy from Emmy and Golden Globe Award-nominated actor/writer/producer Reiser and writer/producer Jonathan Shapiro ("Life"). The show stars Reiser as -- Paul Reiser. It's been a few years since his hit TV series went off the air. Since then, he's been enjoying the quiet life at home with his lovely wife, Claire (Amy Landecker, "A Serious Man"), and kids and generally minding his own business, writing and producing television but enjoying life out of the spotlight. Getting him into trouble -- and into adventures -- are a group of new "friends," most of which he didn't choose since they're the husbands of his wife's friends and the dads of his kids' classmates. Thrown together by circumstance, Reiser and his cohorts, including Jonathan (Ben Shenkman, "Angels in America"), Habib (Omid Djalili,"The Infidel"), Fernando (Duane Martin, "All of Us") and Brad (Andrew Daly, "MADtv"), form an unlikely comradeship -- and a pretty lame basketball team.