HBO Orders Comedy About Gay Friends From “Brothers And Sisters” Creator David Marshall Grant

HBO has picked up a comedy pilot about three thirtysomething gay friends in San Francisco, created by David Marshall Grant (Brothers and Sisters) and Sarah Condon (Bored to Death)

Michael Lannan (Remember Me) penned the script, based on a feature screenplay he wrote, with Weekend writer-director Andrew Haigh directing the pilot.

According to The Hollywood Reporter:

The comedy marks Lannan’s first major writing credit. His résumé also includes writing, directing and producing the 2009 short Lorimer, Sons of Anarchy, serving as an assistant producer on Rubicon, and as an AD on Nurse Jackie.

The untitled series has no cast attached, but we’d like to see Lee Pace (Pushing Daisies), Jack McBrayer (30 Rock) and Luke McDonald (Brothers and Sisters) star. They’re all available—or will soon be.

Who would you cast?