Tuesday, May 15, 2012 12:00 AM

Heald writing new TV comedy

TBS has unveiled its annual TV development slate and this year, there's a new show penned and produced by DP alum Josh Heald '00.

The show is called "Most Likely" and is executive produced by TV personality Conan O'Brien. TBS described the show as follows:
"It has been ten years since high school, and the former 'most likely to succeed' star student returns to his hometown after losing his job. He winds up working for the former (and still) 'most popular' jock in this mismatched buddy comedy penned by Josh Heald."

Heald, a former 34th Street Editor-in-Chief and Culture Editor, wrote the story and screenplay of the 2010 feature film "Hot Tub Time Machine" and wrote 2011's "Mardi Gras: Spring Break." (In the picture at left, Heald is seen accepting an award for "Hot Tub Time Machine" at the 2011 Comedy Awards in New York.)

Click here to read about the announcement of the show.

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