NBC developing amusement park comedy

Posted | Contributed by Jeff

NBC is developing a comedy series from the minds behind “Parks and Recreation” and “30 Rock.” Mike Schur and Matt Hubbard have come together to develop “Action Land,” Variety has learned exclusively. The comedy landed at NBC with a put pilot commitment.

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Ooh! I wanna be in it!

sfmmlovernomatterwhaty'allsay's avatar

This could be amazing. I'm looking forward to it!

kpjb's avatar

I'll call it now. Enthusiasts will HATE this and nitpick every episode, and complain if someone hit the blue button to release the lap bars because everyone knows on Intamin rides they use a yellow button for this!!! Outrage!!!


sirloindude's avatar

They should just film some enthusiast events and save the casting costs.

Jeff's avatar

That would most certainly not be good television.

Jeff - Editor - CoasterBuzz.com - My Blog - Phrazy

kpjb's avatar

It'd be better than half the **** that's out there now...

I can't say ****? Okay. Crap.

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"My Parents Picked My Coaster"?
"Say Yes to the Vest"?
"My 600 Pound Buffet"?
"Park Map Hoarders: Buried Alive"?
"Top Thrill Drag Race?"
"Extreme Makeover: RMC Edition?"
"The Real Enthusiasts of Erie County"?
"Life Without FastLane?"

"Pimp My Ride?"(taken)
"The Hills"? (also taken)

john peck's avatar

So it's supposed to take place in Arizona, so if that's the case and they use a warm climate park to film as a backdrop, I would guess that they will film the exterior shots at either a small California park like castle park or even as far as castles and coasters.

Gemini's avatar

RCMAC said:

"The Real Enthusiasts of Erie County"?

I actually mocked this up as a possible Coastermania video entry:

Walt Schmidt - Co-Publisher, PointBuzz

Pimp My Coaster

Arrow (to fast lane)

Project Run When the Rope Drops

Park Food Rescue

House of Coaster Parts aka How to build Ghostrider in your basement

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