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Ben Stiller's Red Hour TV Sells Two Comedies to ABC

September 22
11:34 2012

Ben Stiller's Red Hour TV Sells Two Comedies to ABC

According to Deadline.com, Ben Stiller's Red Hour Television has sold two comedies to ABC-Kevin Napier's Please Knock and Adam Resnick's The Notorious Mollie Flowers. Stiller, Stuart Cornfield and film and TV executive Debbie Liebling will produce.

Read the original report here.

Please Knock is about A-list actor Mitch Fuller who moves back to where he grew up in New York to work on his out-of-touch relationship with his parents.

The Notorious Mollie Flowers is about Cape May, NJ's resident good Samaritan who is falsely accused of a crime and loses her do-gooder reputation. After being proved innocent, she decides to focus on herself.

Stiller has appeared on Broadway in The House of Blue Leaves, in both 1986 and in the 2011 revival. His Off-Broadway credits include This Is How It Goes. Stiller has written, starred in, directed and/or produced the films Heavyweights, There's Something About Mary, Meet the Parents, Zoolander, Dodgeball, Tropic Thunder, Greenberg, Night at the Museum and more.

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