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NBC Orders Pilots From Rashida Jones And Casey Wilson, 'A To Z' And 'Mason Twins'

HAPPY ENDINGS - 'Bros Before Bros' - With the wedding coming up, Penny decides to reach out to her estranged dad Roy (guest s
HAPPY ENDINGS - 'Bros Before Bros' - With the wedding coming up, Penny decides to reach out to her estranged dad Roy (guest star Andy Richter). The reunion is sufficiently awkward but Alex encourages Penny to be optimistic, while Jane is more skeptical. Meanwhile, Dave enlists Brad and Max's help in sabotaging 'The Brazilian' food truck, a.k.a. Dave's #1 nemesis, but Max accidentally falls for the enemy's son and has to choose between his best friend or boyfriend, on 'Happy Endings,' FRIDAY, APRIL 5 (8:30-9:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (Photo by Jordin Althaus/ABC via Getty Images) CASEY WILSON

"A To Z," a project from Rashida Jones, her professional partner Will McCormack and writer Ben Queen, is a romantic comedy set in an online dating company. It follows the "A to Z's" (get it?) of a relationship, from first dates to break ups. Queen, Jones and McCormack will executive produce.

Wilson and Raphael, who met in a clown class at NYU, will write and executive produce "Mason Twins." The single-camera show is about two fraternal twins, Pender and Lizzie, who have been estranged for 15 years, but reconnect after Lizzie's city life falls apart. She returns to their suburban town and finds her sister stuck in her teen queen days. The writing duo also has another pilot, "Dinks," starring Jonathan Groff, in production. Their first co-written feature film, "Ass Backwards," came out in 2013.

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