Melissa McCarthy is taking on a producing credit with a new Fox comedy. So far, it doesn’t sound too unique. Variety reports that the show is a half-hour single cam following an “unconventional family” (Raising Hope) that comes together when a “successful Type-A man” (Andre in Black-ish), his “estranged sister” (not sister but Frank in Always Sunny), and her kids begin living together. The show hits all the common notes. Regardless, it comes from writers Jim Cashman and Mitch Silpa, both with small acting roles in McCarthy led movies like Bridesmaids and Spy. This show comes after that new TV Land comedy Nobodies about the non famous friends of famous people McCarthy and Falcone are also producing.