After a bidding war, "Glee" co-creator Ryan Murphy has found a network home for his comedy pilot about a gay family, reports EW.com’s Inside TV blog.
Murphy wound up selling the project to NBC, the story reports. The project focuses on a gay couple and the surrogate who will carry their child.
NBC bought the project after a bidding war that included Fox and ABC, the article adds. If the show gets picked up for next season, it would mark Murphy’s fourth active on-air show, the piece points out.