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‘My Name Is Earl’ Alums Set Nurse Comedy at ABC

Project to hail from ABC Studios, Amblin Television

ABC has landed “No Angels,” a half-hour comedy from Kat Likkel, John Hoberg and Julie Anne Robinson.

Based on a Brit format, laffer centers on a raucous group of female nurses who work together and live in the same house. Project is billed as a “‘Bridesmaids”-style” comedy by the Alphabet.

Likkel and Hoberg will exec produce and showrun the program. Robinson, who also receives an exec producer credit, is set to helm.

ABC Studios and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television will produce “No Angels,” with Amblin co-presidents Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank exec producing.

Likkel and Hoberg, who co-exec produced NBC’s “My Name Is Earl” for four seasons, have a history with the Alphabet that includes co-exec producing “The Neighbors” and exec producing the pilot “Bad Management.” Robinson directed ABC pilots “How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life” and “The Middle.”

Likkel and Hoberg are repped by UTA, managers Helena Heyman & Dianne Fraser and attorney Karl Austen. Robinson is repped by UTA, 3 Arts and U.K.’s Talent Group.

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