TBS wants a comedy from Matt Fogel and Todd Strauss-Schulson, rightfully gets it

Upon cancelling one of the not so greatest hits of the summer season, Clipped, TBS has ordered a pilot from the likes of Matt Fogel (Bob: The Musical) and Todd Strauss-Schulson (The Final Girls) both of whom will write and executive produce. Deadline is reporting that the Turner owned network picked up the pilot which stars Adam Shapiro  and Jack Carpenter. The Nightly Show contributor Shenaz Treasury was also cast as the main characters friends' wife. The synopsis is below:

As a new generation of women becomes more independent and assertive, their male counterparts are becoming more self-aware and sensitive. This is a show about two of those men – Todd (Shapiro) and Fogel (Carpenter) are the kind of guys who talk about their feelings, frequent therapy sessions and dabble with mobile phone meditation apps. (Todd is the more confident and aggressive of the two friends, while Fogel is the smarter and more sensitive.) They are searching Los Angeles for love, a good “SuperSoul Sunday” viewing party and a way to get off the Raya waiting list.