• Showtime, Bad Robot Producing James Corden The Wrong Mans Pilot

    3 monthes ago - By Coming Soon

    Showtime, Bad Robot producing James Corden The Wrong Mans pilot
    Showtime and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot are teaming up to produce James Corden's half-hour, single-camera comedy, The Wrong Mans. The pilot is a remake of the BBC series created by Corden and Matthew Baynton and will star Ben Schwartz. The Showtime pilot will be written by Corden, Baynton, and Ian Maxtone-Graham, with Jim Field Smith set to direct.
    The Wrong Mans is an action-comedy about two ordinary officer works who have their menial existence turned upside-down by a chance phone call and a case of mistaken identity: “If you...
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  • James Corden's ‘The Wrong Mans' Gets Pilot Order From Showtime

    James Corden's ‘The Wrong Mans' Gets Pilot Order From Showtime

    3 monthes ago - By The Wrap

    Showtime has ordered a pilot for James Corden's half-hour comedy “The Wrong Mans.”
    Ben Schwartz will star in the remake, which comes from Bad Robot and Corden's Fulwell 73 Productions in association with BBC Worldwide and Warner Bros. Television.
    The “Late Late Show” host will executive produce and write the series. Matthew Baynton, who starred with Corden in the original, will also write and executive produce, along with writer Ian Maxtone-Graham and director Jim Field Smith.
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    The single-camera comedy follows two...
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  • ‘The Wrong Mans' Comedy From James Corden & Bad Robot Set At Showtime; Ben Schwartz To Star In Remake of UK Series

    3 monthes ago - By Deadline

    Showtime has given a pilot production commitment to The Wrong Mans , a half-hour single-camera action comedy based on the 2013 British series created by and starring James Corden & Matthew Baynton. The U.S. version, from The Late Late Show host Corden, Baynton, J.J. Abrams ' Bad Robot Prods. and Warner Bros. TV, will star Ben Schwartz in his return to Showtime where he co-starred on House of Lies.
    Written by Corden, Bayton and U.S. TV writer Ian Maxtone-Graham ( Veep, Man Se...
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