Courteney Cox and David Arquette are working together again. The duo (yes they are still married) will be working together again via developing a Â TV show similar to Friends…called 10 Years. The show will surround a group of friends (umm hmm) andÂ theirÂ relationships over a 10 year span!
In what is sure to be one of pilot seasonâ€™s hottest properties, Courteney Cox and David Arquette are developing a comedy series that sounds a lot like Friends: The Next Generation.
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that the estranged but cordial marrieds will soon start pitching to the networks an ensemble sitcom that â€œexplores the ups and downs of relationships across a group of friends, spanning 10 years.â€
The project, tentatively (and aptly) titled 10 Years, is being produced through the coupleâ€™s ABC Studios-based Coquette Productions, which likely means ABC would get first dibs on it.
While Cox would only be involved in a behind-the-scenes capacity (sheâ€™s on a little show called Cougar Town, â€˜memba?), itâ€™s possible Arquette could serve as a producer and play one of the roles. Thereâ€™s buzz two of the characters on the potential series are loosely inspired by Cox and Arquette, whose amicable split and joint child-rearing arrangement would provide fertile ground for storylines.
An ABC Studios rep declined to comment.
Via TV Line
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