Photo: Greg Garcia, Danielle Sanchez-Witzel, Sell Comedies to CBS
The creator and executive producer of Raising Hope, Greg Garcia, has reportedly sold two new comedies to CBS, one written with Danielle Sanchez-Witzel.
The 42-year-old was behind the hilarious comedies My Name is Earl on NBC, for which he won an Emmy in 2006, and Raising Hope, which is entering its third season on Fox. He was also the co-creator of Yes Dear, which ran on CBS for six year.
The details surrounding one of the shows are limited, though Deadline is reporting it is a single-camera comedy, which he is writing for and producin, and is said to be another one of his quirky comedies revolving around original characters, relatable themes and “a lot of heart.”
Capturing Crazy, which Garcia is working on with Sanchez-Witzel, who he worked with on My Name is Earl, follows “a woman in her mid-20s who turns her documentary camera on her own family to prove once and for all that they’re crazy.”