CBS has pulled the trigger on two new multi-camera comedy series for the 2018-2019 season.
The network on Wednesday handed out series orders to Cedric the Entertainer‘s Welcome to the Neighborhood as well as an untitled comedy starring Damon Wayans, Jr.
Cedric the Entertainer's comes from a script written by The Big Bang Theory scribe, Jim Reynolds. It follows “the nicest guy in the Midwest” who uproots his family and moves to a neighborhood in L.A. that is not one of the most desirable ones.
The cast also includes Sheaun McKinney, Tichina Arnold, Dreama Walker, Marcel Spears and Hank Greenspan.
Meanwhile, Damon Wayans Jr. will stay in the world of comedy with a brand new series. It currently has no title, but it centers on a middle-aged couple who start to think about their younger years when a pop star moves in with them.
It's unclear when either series will debut on the network since CBS has yet to unveil its 2018-2019 line-up. The schedule will likely come out around the same time as the network's annual upfront presentation which will take place Wednesday, May 16.
Both comedies join the Murphy Brown revival and FBI, which is executive produced by Dick Wolf.
The network has still yet to renew or cancel Kevin Can Wait, Life in Pieces, Criminal Minds, Man with a Plan, Superior Donuts, Instinct, Scorpion, Code Black, Elementary, and Ransom.
Of the ten, Kevin Can Wait, Criminal Minds and Man with a Plan are expected to return, while the fate of the other six will likely rest on how many pilots are picked up to series.
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