Filed under: TV NewsSarah Silverman has found a new home: NBC.
According to Deadline, NBC has given Silverman's latest comedy project a put pilot commitment, meaning it'll face financial penalties if it doesn't air the show.
The project, based somewhat on Silverman's life, will star the comic as a woman adjusting to single life after ending a long-term committed relationship. Silverman is writing the single-camera comedy project with Dan Sterling and Jon Schroeder. The trio previously worked together on 'The Sarah Silverman Program.'
'The Sarah Silverman Program' ran for three seasons on Comedy Central before being canceled in 2010. Since then, Silverman has kept busy voicing a character on 'Bob's Burgers' and appearing on 'The Good Wife.'