Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t… resist a good dance number?
Created by Julia Brownell — who wrote for Parenthood and Katims’ short-lived comedy About a Boy — the potential series focuses on a mother and daughter who run a funeral home and approach their memorial services as positive celebrations of life, complete with song and dance.
The project is inspired by the real-life Boyd Funeral Home in South Los Angeles, where music plays from the hearses and pallbearers dance during the services.
Brownell will write the script and executive-produce alongside Katims, Michelle Lee, Craig Zadan, Neil Meron and Diane Nabatoff.
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