CREATORS

THE ADVENTURES OF JESUS & HIS BROTHERS

by Al Jean (Co-Creator, The Critic; Exec. Producer, The Simpsons)

The other half of the team that co-created “The Critic” (along with Mike Reiss of “Hard Drinkin’ Lincoln” fame) brings you the true tale of life with the Son of God. It’s not easy growing up with Jesus; he gives powerful noogies, and he’s definitely Mom’s favorite.

THE ELVIS & JACK NICKLAUS MYSTERIES

by Jeff Martin (Creator, Baby Blues; Late Night with David Letterman; Simpsons)

Little known to most historians, rock legend Elvis Presley and golfing superstar Jack Nicklaus crossed paths briefly and worked together, as the best of friends, to solve crimes.

GARBAGE ISLAND

by Mel Horan (Artist, Harvard Lampoon)

In a fantastic world where every day is Christmas, and everything is disposable, how far will one boy go to save his most valuable possession? Icebox’s most visually sophisticated series, featuring Gilliam-esque characters and stunning, magical realms.

HARD DRINKIN’ LINCOLN

by Mike Reiss (Co-Creator, The Critic; Exec. Producer, The Simpsons)

Abraham Lincoln: statesman, leader, beloved President – and America’s favorite boozehound! “Hard-Drinkin’ Lincoln” shows us the real Honest Abe: a loud, lewd, obnoxious guy in a big hat… The kind of guy you sit behind in the theater and just want to shoot. So come knock one back with The Great Emancipator!

HEAVEN

by Kevin Curran (Co-Exec. Prod., Married With Children; Exec. Prod., Unhappily Everafter, The Simpsons)

JFK, Princess Di, Mother Theresa, Einstein, Poe and a guy named Jake all get together at JFK’s Bar & Grill in Heaven.

HIDDEN CELEBRITY WEBCAM

by Nell Scovell (Creator, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, NCIS, Warehouse 13)

A fictionalized, behind-the-scenes look at the private lives of some of the world’s best-known celebrities, thanks to a tiny, undetected hidden webcam.

MEET THE MILLERS

by David Zuckerman (Executive Producer, Family Guy, American Dad)

In this long lost sitcom from 1951, the warm and loving Millers espouse old-fashioned, All-American, anti-individualistic family values as a precursor to such TV favorites as “Ozzie & Harriet,” “Father Knows Best” and the McCarthy Trials.

MIDGE & BUCK

by Henriette Mantel (Staff Writer, Win Ben Stein’s Money; The Awful Truth w/Michael Moore, The Osbournes)

A male and female cat work on life, love, and addictions to catnip.

MR. WONG

by Pam Brady ( Creator, The Loop, Co-screenwriter, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut; Exec. Producer, South Park) and Kyle McCulloch (Staff Writer, South Park)

A snappy, attractive socialite has a love/hate relationship with her elderly Asian houseman.

NAVY BEAR

by John Collier (Co-Exec. Producer, King of the Hill, Monk, Bones), John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky (Producers, King Of The Hill)

Navy Bear is surprised when his human father tells him he was adopted, but the revelation is overshadowed by the news of his appointment to the United States Naval Academy. Now the brave bear must deal with being different while struggling to succeed in a military that demands conformity. As if proving himself to his peers, parents and superiors were not enough of a challenge, it seems that the Navy has a fate in store for Navy Bear that’s a little different than the destiny he would design for himself.

THE PAULA PRINCIPLE

by Larry David (Creator/Executive Producer Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm)

Unhappy with the current crop of politicians? Wait till you meet Chester Foster.

POKER NIGHT

by Rob Greenberg (Co-Exec. Producer, Frasier, How I Met Your Mother) and Bill Corbett (Head Writer, Mystery Science Theater 3000)

The famous “dogs playing poker” painting brought to life with hysterical results. A group of canine buddies get together to play cards and discuss “guy things,” including their ex-wives, their Frisbee-catching glory days and the brutal reality of being fixed.

QUEER DUCK

by Mike Reiss (Co-Creator, The Critic; Exec. Producer, The Simpsons)

Now a feature film from Paramount, Queer Duck – he’s here, he’s queer, he’s a duck –join Queer Duck in his adventures with his pals Openly Gator, Bi-Polar Bear and Oscar Wildcat.

ROCK ‘N’ ROLL DAD

by Peter Bagge (Creator, Hate comic book, The Bradleys)

The abusive father behind the Beach Boys searches for ways to earn the glory stolen from him by his untalented son, Brian.

SENIOR HOUSE

by Tom Gammill and Max Pross (The Simpsons, The Critic, It’s Gary Shandling’s Show)

Senior House may be the least desirable fraternity of elders on Old Folks’ Row. But Shakey, Gummy, Hack, Strokey and the rest of the residents won’t let their lack of teeth and/or lack of bladder control stop them from fighting the Man, in this case, Mr. Sunset.

STARSHIP REGULARS

by Rob LaZebnik (Exec. Producer, The Simpsons)

A starship needs an experienced, efficient crew to explore space, but it also needs a number of ordinary, working-class schlubs to do all the grunt work and make sure the ship bar stays in business. This is their story.

SUPERMODELS

by Jim Krieg (Monk, Ben 10, Staff Writer, South Park)

Jane Carson, Nefertiti and Helga are supermodels with superpowers: when called on to keep the world safe, they transform into Covergirl, Catwalk and Runway. Together they shoot photos and fight crime, battling evil in whatever form it takes, from jealous former cover models to brainwashing sorority girls.

SUPERHERO ROOMMATE

by Matt Selman (Executive Producer, The Simpsons)

Russell’s roommate Neil is a lazy, pretentious slob. He also happens to be a superhero. When Neil is zapped by rays from outer space while reluctantly taking out the garbage, he is transformed into Omega Force, a cosmic champion. Unfortunately, he’s still a jerk, and now Russell not only has to deal with Neil not paying the bills or replacing the toilet paper, but Neil’s new argument that one shouldn’t be responsible for apartment upkeep when busy saving intergalactic civilizations.

ZOMBIE COLLEGE

by Eric Kaplan (The Big Bang Theory, Futurama, Malcolm in the Middle)

At Arkford University, human and zombie integration is a college mandate. When nice-guy Scott turns down M.I.T. to follow his girlfriend to Arkford, he discovers that college takes a lot of adjustment. Especially here, where you have to cope with the prejudice of the living, hang on to all your body parts, and find that special someone who will let you eat her brain. As if college wasn’t hard enough, try finding a cafeteria that serves decent rotting gastrointestinal tract.

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