A workplace sitcom set in a modern art museum. The energy of 30 Rock with the subject matter of The Square or Velvet Buzzsaw.
A cartoon sitcom set in a Jacksonville pawn shop — a psychedelic romp where the schemes of self-serving lowlifes clash and intertwine, spiraling out of control and often resulting in the total destruction of the store. Bob's Burgers meets Superjail!
A comedy-horror hybrid playing with themes of colonialism and cultural delusion through the story of a team of ecologists exploring an island populated with strange new life that suddenly appears off the California coast. As they move deeper into the island — and as life forms from the island start showing up on the mainland — they begin to uncover the dark nature of the place. Think Annihilation meets Ash vs Evil Dead.
A dramatic comedy series following an unscrupulous young hustler as he scams the NYC fashion scene, working with his counterpart in Guangzhou, China, whose dedication to art clashes with his cynicism. The energy of Silicon Valley or Atlanta with the subject matter of Halston.
I've Seen Footage
Dark paranoid comedy about a stagnant, entitled millennial who is caught in a web of deception when he's unknowingly courted by two bad actors — an undercover intelligence operative pushing him toward extremist ideologies and a travel scammer trying to fleece him with a fake singing competition.
A dating/relationship sitcom set below-deck on a Caribbean cruise ship. Think Happy Endings but with sailors, chefs, and cruise ship comics.
Some Kind of Resort
A satire about a desert New Age retreat center where obnoxious celebrities flock to practice silent meditation and engage in trendy cultural rituals. Workaholics meets White Lotus,
A dramatic comedy series about a pretentious wine bar with mysterious ties to a shadowy Eastern European terrorist organization. The Americans with notes of Party Down.