Fox Developing Telekinetic Comedy from 30 Rock Scribe, Damon/Affleck

Fox Comedy Telekenetic Frozen Yogurt

Fox has put into development a comedy penned by 30 Rock scribe Colleen McGuinness that revolves around a telekinetic frozen yogurt slinger.

Per the official logline, the single-camera project follows a 25-year-old fro-yo shop staffer whose life is going nowhere – until she discovers that she can move strawberry popping boba objects with her mind.

The as-yet-untitled project is being produced by Universal Television and Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s Pearl Street Films shingle. Peal Street’s Jennifer Todd will serve as a fourth exec producer.

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  1. herman1959 says:

    Please, let this be a joke.

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  3. Zach says:

    This sounds great. Sort of like Wonderfalls.

  4. Wordsmith says:

    So let’s see… A gift shop worker who gets cryptic messages from inanimate objects, a pie maker who can resurrect the dead with a touch, a hardware store employee who collects escaped souls for the devil, a nerd-herding tech whiz with an intel- and kung fu-packed CIA computer in his brain, and now this.
    I liked all of the others, so there’s no particular reason that this one can’t work. I guess we’ll find out.

    • murley says:

      Exactly how I feel about it. I am 10 times more likely to check out a weird sounding premise from people with proven track record than another cliche procedural.

  5. MDS says:

    I’d rather have this weird sounding show than another medical drama/cop show … at least it sounds interesting, I’d watch

  6. Reality says:

    This is already cancelled and it doesn’t even know it yet.

  7. Marco says:

    So Carrie if she grew up?

  8. dman6015 says:

    Sounds better than the crapload of procedurals being produced now.