Arrested Development scene-stealer Judy Greer has nabbed the lead role in an untitled FX comedy pilot.
From filmmaker Andrew Gurland, the prospective series stars Ben and Kate‘s Nat Faxon as a happily married man who, as a way to fix the one, bedroom-based problem in his relationship, is given permission by his wife (Greer) to get a mistress.
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Greer currently lends her voice to several characters on FX’s animated series Archer.
Production on the new comedy project begins this summer.
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