Kyle Bornheimer — last seen in Romantically Challenged, Perfect Couples and Worst Week — will join the cast of the ABC comedy pilot White Man Van.
The single-camera project from Bobby Bowman is based on the British format White Van Man, and centers on a man who is forced to put his dreams on hold in order to take over the family handyman business from his father.
White Man Van is one of eight new comedies in development for ABC’s fall 2012 lineup. If you don’t like the sound of that one, check out these others:
How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life (Claudia Lonow): Polly, a recently divorced single mom moves in with her eccentric parents, Elaine and Max, a couple who are full of life but know no boundaries.
Untitled Adam Sztykiel project (Adam Sztykiel): Single-camera comedy that offers a raw, hilarious peek behind the curtain of modern twentysomething relationships.
Only Fools & Horses (Steven Cragg, Brian Bradley): Multi-camera based on the iconic British series, this classic comedy chronicles the misadventures of two streetwise brothers and their aging grandfather as they concoct outrageous, morally questionable get-rich-quick schemes in their quest to become millionaires.
Counter Culture (Stephnie Weir): Three aging sisters who run their family diner together in West Texas find that sibling dynamics are always getting in the way of getting the job done.
American Judy (Deborah Kaplan, Harry Elfont): Judy Greer will costar in this single-camera comedy about a cosmopolitan woman who gets married and becomes a fish out of water in the suburbs. She juggles step-kids, a mother-in-law, and the ex-wife of her husband, who also serves as the town sheriff.
Prairie Dogs (Jackie & Jeff Filgo): Neil, an uncool cubicle worker, at one of the coolest companies in the world, is the victim of identity theft. When he discovers the thief has created a much more fulling kick ass life with his identity than he ever has, he engages the charismatic conman to help him change his life.
Malibu Country (Kevin Abbott). Reba McEntire to star and executive produce in this comedy about a spurned woman whose “good old boy” rock star husband cheats on her and burns through most of their money, so she moves her three kids out to Malibu.