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Will & Grace creators eye another gay comedy

Will & Grace creators eye another gay comedy

CBS has committed to produce a pilot for Will & Grace creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick's new untitled buddy comedy project, which is loosely based on their friendship. Kohan, who is straight, and Mutchnick, who is gay, have been friends since their teen years at Beverly Hills High School. The upcoming series will feature four characters: a gay writer who is the best friend of a straight writer and the writers' hot young assistants.

Kohan and Mutchnick will write and executive-produce the show. The two have also executive-produced the network's comedy series The Stones, which was created by Kohan's sister, Jenji Kohan, who went on to Showtime's successful comedy Weeds. Kohan and Mutchnick most recently created and executive-produced the comedies Four Kings for NBC and Twins for the WB last season.

Will & Grace, which bowed out in May after eight seasons, won a comedy series Emmy in 2000. (The Advocate)

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