After a slowish start, the networks are out guns blazing buying up sitcoms. NBC has bought four additional sitcoms, two of which come from Jimmy Fallon's production company. The first from Fallon is The Untitled Hipster Project, which was created by former Daily Show showrunner Josh Lieb and comedian Nick Thune. The show follows an un-hip anthropology student who ends up "studying" the hipsters of Brooklyn. Hipsters, of course, are a completely fresh target for comedy. Thune is looking to star; however, if he's planning on playing the non-hipster, he probably should tell his face. The second is Slammed, a show from Fallon monologue writer Jon Rineman that [...]
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