‘Vince’ gets pilot order from CBS

Multicam comedy created by scribe Phoef Sutton

CBS has ordered multicam comedy pilot “Vince Uncensored” from writer Phoef Sutton.

From Warner Bros. Television and Conaco Prods., story examines a man who takes a more honest approach to his life, work and family after a life-changing experience.

Sutton, who was recently a scribe on FX’s “Terriers” and ABC’s “Boston Legal,” exec produces with Conan O’Brien and David Kissinger. On the sitcom side, Sutton wrote for several years on “Cheers.”

Earlier Friday, the Eye gave a greenlight to cop drama “Rookies” from CBS TV Studios. From writer Richard Price and Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal’s Tribeca banner, show revolves around six NYPD rookies struggling to balance their personal lives with the struggles of leaning their beat in Manhattan.

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