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Hulu Developing Comedy Based On That 'Los Feliz Daycare' Twitter Account
One of L.A.'s most legendary parody accounts that hits eerily close to reality is the Los Feliz Daycare Twitter account. It perfectly encapsulates the exclusive inclusivity of wealthy progressives in the residential enclaves of Los Feliz and Silver Lake, and according to the Hollywood Reporter, it may turn into a television show.
Hulu is developing a comedy around the Twitter account with Adam Pally's production company Clone Wolf and sitcom stalwart 3 Arts Entertainment. Jason Shapiro, who writes and manages the Twitter feed, will write the script for the pilot. American Dad!'s Erik Richter will co-write the pilot and serve as showrunner and executive producer for the show.
There's no guarantee the show will get ordered to series, but if it does, we can be sure to expect many babies taking up space and reminding their teachers that gender isn't a binary.
Please have a weekend. We put no value on it and won't project "good" or "bad." Just hope it's screen free.— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) May 26, 2017
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