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'Happy Endings' star brings 'Housewives' to ABC
ABC has given a put pilot commitment to "The Housewives," a comedy co-written by the network's "Happy Endings" star Casey Wilson.
According to Deadline.com, Wilson co-wrote "The Housewives" with June Diane Raphael, who may play one of the three leads in the project, which would be executive produced by Will Gluck ("Easy A") for Sony Pictures TV.
ABC developed the single-camera comedy "Walk of Shame" from Wilson and Raphael last season. The two NYU and Upright Citizens Brigade veterans also co-wrote the feature "Bride Wars," as well as the upcoming "Ass Backwards."
Meanwhile, Wilson will continue to be seen in "Happy Endings," which moves to Tuesday nights this fall.