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TBS Greenlights New Show from Regular Show Creator: Close Enough

As part of TBS’ expansion of their original animation slate, the Turner-affiliated network has ordered 13 episodes of a new series titled Close Enough, which is notable for being created by Regular Show creator J.G. Quintel. The series will be produced in a first time collaboration between two Turner divisions, Cartoon Network and Studio T.

Close Enough is said to be aiming towards an audience that is older than what the Emmy-winning cartoon Regular Show targeted, but still relies on Quintel’s trade mark surreal comedy. The premise concerns a married couple that attempts to juggle the challenges of parenthood, friendships, ham theft, stripper clowns, and basically every odd thing that happens to people as they transition from being 20-somethings to 30-somethings.

“We couldn’t be more excited to add one of animation’s most impressive and popular voices, J.G. Quintel, to our growing slate of animated series,” said Brett Weitz, EVP of Original {rogramming for TBS. “J.G. hit the center of the demo target with Regular Show, and we’re counting on him to bring this younger and more engaged audience to our network.”


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