Norman Lear's newest comedy series is a single camera, on NBC

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Guess Who Died? No, Norman Lear isn't done living just yet (knock on wood). The big time producer, writer and comedy darling is preparing a new series for NBC. Better yet: it's a single camera comedy; not multicam. This marks about 40 years since Lear was on the network.

The Hollywood Reporter says the show -- Guess Who Died -- is also executive produced by Peter Tolan and Brent Miller. The show is set in a set in a senior living community and covers the "shared joys and challenges" that everyone feels. Except this one is about old people.

THR also says the series is loosely based on Lear's life as he's continued to learn and grow throughout the years. Lear actually held a table read for a script of Guess Who Died last year. You can watch that below.