"Monster-In-Law" is coming back and this time on the small
screen. The TV series based on popular romantic comedy is in works
and we will get to see the comedy back. Fox has confirmed that a
Monster-in-Law TV series is in the works. The TV series will
feature 30 minutes show from the comedy series.
Monster-in-Law was a superhit comedy starring Jennifer
Lopez and Jane Fonda which released in 2005. It
grossed $154.7 million at the worldwide box office.
The series is just like the movie. It will show a happy married
couple is about to enter parenthood, and shows the straining
relationship between the wife and her husband's mother. According
to a report in Deadline.com, the "Carrie Diaries" developer and
executive producer Amy B. Harris and "30 Rock" executive producer
John Riggi are making the show.
The multi-camera comedy will be a follow-up to the big screen
version and the film's producers Chris Bender and J.C. Spink will
also serve as executive producers with Harris and Riggi.