Sunday, October 7, 2007

Comedy feature 'Outsourced' to NBC

This is the big news we have been waiting to announce. We are currently developing a global workplace comedy based on our film 'Outsourced' for NBC.

Comedy feature 'Outsourced' to NBC
By Nellie Andreeva

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - NBC is heading east with "Outsourced," an India-set comedy based on the newly released indie film of the same name.

The story centers on a customer service manager in Seattle whose department is outsourced to India, and he goes there to train his replacement. The project explores the clash of the Western and Indian cultures, and chronicles the manager's romance with a local woman. NBC ordered a pilot script.

Read the whole story HERE


Claudia said...

Wow, congratulations! That is really great news. Good luck and all the best with it.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic news! Congratulations! I'm sure it will be great. I'm curious, wouldn't NBC want the movie to be widely released, to set the stage for the show? Conversely, could the show create a mandate for a wide-scale release of the movie? --A fan

Ann said...

Congrats! Also, hoping for a wider release. Unfortunately, I missed it in NY.

--- JAMES --- said...

Hey Congratulations! I hope they hire the actors from the movie, they were all fantastic!

Hey, I've searched all over and can't find a (legal) copy of the Soundtrack?! Would love to buy it; will keep checking the website to see if or when its released.

Admin said...

The soundtrack will be available on the website by November 1st! It will include extended versions of several songs in the film as well as a new track from the Bombay Rockers which does not appear in the movie. So stay tuned!