'Ten Years', which is produced through the pair's ABC Studios-based Coquette Productions, explores the ups and downs of relationships among a group of friends spanning 10 years.
Courteney Cox and David Arquette's TV series project has found a home. NBC has bought "Ten Years", which is produced by the estranged couple along with Howard J. Morris, from ABC Studios. Morris additionally serves as a writer.
The single-camera comedy, which has been said to be like a new generation of sitcom "Friends", explores the ups and downs of relationships across a group of friends, spanning 10 years. Interestingly, the hit 1990s show starring Cox and her best friend Jennifer Aniston was also aired on the peacock.
"Ten Years" is not the only project which NBC has just bought. The network recently also snagged "The Next Insanely Great Thing" which is inspired by a true story. Written by Daniel Taplitz, it centers on suburban townspeople who agree to become test subjects for a high tech company's social media experiments.