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Film & TV News Hamilton’s Thomas Kail Developing Live Interactive TV Series for Fox The Emmy-winning director of Fox’s Grease Live! will chart new territory with the multi-camera series that incorporates audience participation.
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Tony-winning Hamilton director Thomas Kail, who scored a ratings hit with Fox’s 2016 broadcast of Grease Live!—picking up two Emmy Awards and a development deal along the way—is working on a new, live interactive TV sitcom for the network, according to Deadline.com.

New Girl executive producers Dave Finkel and Brett Baer co-wrote Immediate Family, a comedy about “a real-life hero who’s convinced he’s the only one who can keep his super-diverse, super screwed-up family from falling apart.”

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Kail signed on to direct and develop the show with a script plus penalty commitment from Fox, which requires the network to pay the creators a significant sum if the pilot goes unproduced or is never aired. The project is part of a development deal Kail and his production company Old 320 Sycamore signed with Fox last summer.

Kail, Finkel, Baer, and Kate Sullivan, head of development for Old 320 Sycamore, executive produce.

 
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