Having tackled drama, reality and talk shows,
The network has ordered a pilot for the comedy "We Hate Paul Revere." The project, written, executive produced and starring Ethan Sandler and Adrian Wenner, "tells the story of brothers Hugh and Ebenezer Moody and their struggle to find their place and the recognition they believe they deserve as they live in the shadow of history in Colonial Boston," according to AMC. It is scheduled to film later this year.
AMC also announced a number of other comedy projects in development. These include a semiautobiographical series from Leguizamo; "No Money Down," starring "The Daily Show's" Wyatt Cenac as an employee at an Austin car dealership; and "Sober Buddies," from executive producers Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
The network, which made its name with the prestige dramas "Mad Men" and
Also on the slate are "Bombingham," from writer and executive producer Alexander Woo, about the solving of a murder from 1963 that revives Civil Rights-era tensions; "Strange Angel," a biographical series about rocket scientist
Not to be outdone, AMC also has plans to venture into late night. It announced the development of a series called "Hollywood Babble-On," starring "Comic Book Men" host Kevin Smith and his podcasting partner, Ralph Garman.
AMC will hold its upfront presentation for advertisers and journalists Thursday in