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Save This Job kelly's Home

Seeking Screenwriter, Director, Actor and Casting Director
Location Chicago, Illinois
Status Development
Type Television
Genre Comedy
Job Owner
Date Added Sep 6, 2016
Date Updated May 4, 2017
Deadline Jun 16, 2017
About the job

The show revolves around a newly married couple and after one year into marriage, the life wonders of reality issues start to intrude in the happily married relationship, testing their love for one another.

Relationship drama and comedy generally go hand-in-hand with every television audience with so many shows out there today. Kelly’s Home will be no exception to the rule and pushes the limits of viewer participation to curiosity of what situations can come about in a newly marriage and how to handle them through the roughest of times as to keeping the vows originally made with a mixture of comical interactions.

Bob and Kelly McNally are starting to see the struggles of marriage, adult work life and how they can interfere against each other. Both our learning, that marriage is a job of its own beyond their actually careers.

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