Peacock has introduced a straight-to-series order for Ted, from UCP, a division of Common Studio Group, and MRC Tv.
The sequence is predicated on the hit Common Footage and MRC Movie’s Ted, the highest-grossing authentic R-rated comedy of all time (not a sequel or primarily based on different IP).
Collectively Ted and Ted 2 grossed greater than $750 million worldwide.
MacFarlane is in negotiations to reprise the voice of the long-lasting and lovable foul-mouthed teddy bear, so we’ll want to attend to seek out out for positive whether or not he will likely be again.
The live-action sequence, primarily based on Seth MacFarlane’s characteristic movies launched by Common Footage with MRC Movie, will likely be government produced by MacFarlane and Erica Huggins for Fuzzy Door.
That is the second sequence order since MacFarlane and Fuzzy Door signed an general improvement cope with UCP in 2020.
Earlier this yr, Peacock additionally picked as much as sequence “The Finish is Nye” hosted by Invoice Nye.
The sequence is produced by Common Tv Different Studio and UCP, divisions of Common Studio Group, and Fuzzy Door.
MacFarlane and Fuzzy Door are repped by CAA, Jackoway Austen, and Pleasure Fehily. Common Content material Productions (UCP), a division of Common Studio Group, is a best-in-class content material studio that leverages the ability and scale of NBCUniversal whereas collaborating with visionary storytellers.
The studio is answerable for commercially profitable and critically acclaimed scripted programming, together with The Umbrella Academy, Battlestar Galactica, Mr. Robotic, The Act, Monk, Homecoming, The Sinner, Fits, Soiled John, and Psych.
At present, Fuzzy Door produces the Hulu area journey sequence, The Orville, the beloved and Emmy award-winning animated sequence,“Household Man, and the fan-favorite sequence, American Dad!, the latter two having just lately premiered its 350th and 300th milestone episodes, respectively.
It is definitely an thrilling path to take the franchise.
The unique film was an enormous success, however the sequel didn’t dwell to the hype, with questionable inventive decisions.
Will the sequence recapture the success of the unique film?
Will you give the present a shot?
We’ll keep tuned to seek out out.
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