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Jimmy Fallon Sells THREE Scripts To NBC

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Oh, these are going to be good!

In just its first year in production, Jimmy Fallon and his company Holiday Road have sold their first three comedy scripts to NBC.

Jimmy will also executive produce along with one of his show's writers, Amy Ozols.

The three shows are Fat Rob, which is about a former rapper trying to be a good father, DILFs, a show about dads who don't feel adult enough to be parents, and Rick follows a man who is the same age as his stepson.

LOLz! These all sound like SNL skits. And they also sound pretty HIGHlarious.

Way to go, Jimmy and co.!

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5 comments to “Jimmy Fallon Sells THREE Scripts To NBC”

  1. 1

    I just LOVE his show and yes, his thank you cards are the best! He is the only good thing about having insomnia. :)

  2. 2

    These shows are gonna be cancelled before the first season ends, if they even make it into production at all.

  3. 3

    These three shows will be cancelled faster than "Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law!"

  4. 4

    Harvey Birdman was on for quite a while and has a huge cult following jackass.

  5. 5

    I do like Jimmy Fallon but what we DON'T need is more "comedies" about men not growing up or being the goofy father tryin' to do right. I'll tell you right now the female leads will all be the head-shaking and long suffering wives. The kids will all be either wise-cracking way beyond their years or dumb as sticks. What we DO need is more female writers, writing about less than perfect women…just like the rest of us. Haven't seen that since Rosanne and like her or not she was a HUGE hit.