ABC has just announced that they will be green-lighting three more drama pilots and one comedy to star Kevin Hart, the comedy is a cast-contingent greenlight.
The comedy project from Hart is currently untitled but it will tell the story of a couple that is in need of a divorce but wants to stay together for their kids, Variety reported.
Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan wrote the pilot for the untitled project and Goldman will also be an executive producer, along with Hart.
Hart's latest film Ride Along broke box office records for January and proved his staying power as a film star on the big screen. Ride Along made over $41 million in its opening weekend and is likely to win this weekend at the box office as well, CBS reported.
The other three dramas from ABC include, Forever, Exposed and The Visitors. Forever will focus on an immortal medical examiner in New York City. No cast details or release date has been announced.
Exposed will be based upon a Scandinavian format adapted by Charles Randolph. Exposed follows an investigative journalist who makes questionable friendships in searching for stories.
The Visitors will be a race against the clock show that will leave audiences wondering if we can defeat aliens.
No casting or release date for The Visitors or Exposed has been announced.
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