While some of us are still mourning the loss of "Bunheads," ABC Family has been busy with three new comedy pilots and Tori Spelling.
On Friday, the network announced that Spelling will star in "Mystery Girls," a comedy that follows a former starlet (Spelling) who turns her attention to a life of crime-solving with her former TV co-star after a witness to a crime refuses to talk to anyone but the infamous "Mystery Girls."
Additionally, the network has greenlit "Work Mom," a workplace comedy centering on Heather, a young woman working at marketing firm who gets roped into hiring her mother, and the food-centric "Young & Hungry," which will be executive produced by Eric Tannenbaum and Kim Tannenbaum of "Two and a Half Men," along with Ashley Tisdale and Jessica Rhoades. The plot centers around Nick, a well-off young tech entrepreneur, who hires Gabi, a feisty young food blogger, to be his personal chef.
“We have seen great success with our comedy series and look to grow our comedy offerings," ABC Family Executive Vice President Kate Juergens said in a statement. "These pilots offer a great mix of humor and iconic characters."
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