NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - A few veterans of "The Office" have lined up their next job: Executive producer Greg Daniels, star Craig Robinson and writer-producer Owen Ellickson have sold an untitled pilot to NBC in which Robinson would play a musician who becomes a music teacher.
Tracy Katsky, Howard Klein and Mark Schulman will also executive produce the single-camera comedy, which Robinson will produce.
The story revolves around Robinson's character adjusting to precocious kids, teaching politics, and the temptations of single moms.
On Friday, NBC ordered another comedy executive produced by Daniels, Katsky, and Klein. The untitled sitcom from writer/executive producer Robert Padnick focuses on a group of friends struggling with dating in their twenties.
"The Office" is winding down its final season.