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Subject: Re: Nickelodeon orders "Cousins for Life" comedy series
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From: Ian J. Ball <IJBall@mac.invalid>
Subject: Re: Nickelodeon orders "Cousins for Life" comedy series
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2018 15:14:48 -0800
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On 2018-03-08 20:09:47 +0000, David said:

> BURBANK, Calif.,-March 8, 2018-Nickelodeon today announced it has
> greenlit a new live-action series, Cousins For Life (20 episodes),
> from veteran creators and executive producers Kevin Kopelow and Heath
> Seifert (Austin & Ally, All That). The new buddy comedy centers on
> 12-year-old cousins Stuart (Dallas Young) and Ivy (Scarlet Spencer),
> best friends who come from very different backgrounds, and learn to
> navigate life under one roof with their families. Cousins For Life
> begins production in Los Angeles this summer, and the series is
> scheduled to air later this year.
> "Cousins For Life features new, young talent that our audience can
> grow with. It's relatable to kids and families and full of heart with
> a positive, empowering message," said Bronwen O'Keefe, EVP of Live
> Action and Movies. "What makes this series so unique is the
> aspirational relationship that unfolds between the cousins, combined
> with the funny situations that emerge from these opposite
> personalities living together."
> "We began our careers at Nickelodeon and we couldn't be more excited
> to be back," said creators and executive producers Kevin Kopelow and
> Heath Seifert. "We have an amazing cast and we can't wait for the
> audience to meet them."
> After Stuart's mom is deployed overseas, his fun-loving dad Clark
> (Ishmel Sahid) decides to move the family to Portland to live with his
> uptight brother Lewis (Ron G.) and his family, which includes Stuart's
> confident, socially active cousin Ivy and her younger, overly-curious
> brother Leaf (Micah Abbey). Now living in a brand new city, Stuart
> embarks on a variety of endeavors with Ivy that lead to hilarious
> adventures. Although the cousins do not always see eye-to-eye, Ivy and
> Stuart learn they are better together, and when they team up, they are
> unstoppable.

This concept sounds quite similar to "Legendary Dudas", a show that 
failed for Nick...

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