Justin Noble is developing a new comedy series at NBC, Variety has learned.
The untitled projects follows seven residents who live in a modern, communal living space modeled after college dorm. They come from all walks of life and all have personal reasons for choosing this alternative living situation. While they start out as strangers they soon become each other’s newest and closest friends through the forced interactions that happen when you’re living in close quarters.
Noble is the writer and executive producer on the project, with Keshet’s Avi Nir, Peter Traugott, and Rachel Kaplan also executive producing. Universal Television and Keshet Studios will produce.
Noble is currently a writer and supervising producer on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” He also had a pilot at ABC last season based on the book and blog “How May We Hate You,” with Kat Dennings and Nicole Byers among those who starred. He was also a writer on the Comedy Central series “Idiotsitter.”
Noble is repped by ICM, Cartel Entertainment, and Jackoway Tyerman