Anderson has been signed up as a packaged principal director and showrunner of Purple Empire’s present, which isn’t but hooked up to a community.
Starring Kat Stewart (5 Bedrooms), Christopher Kirby (Iron Sky), Jonny Brugh (What We Do In The Shadows), Trevor Jamieson (Rabbit-Proof Fence) and Terrier (Legacies), the eight-part comedy is about in an inner-city Melbourne health middle, following a mismatched solid as they confront the on a regular basis Dodgeball-esque trials and tribulations of operating an unpopular fitness center and dealing with off towards rival Punch Health.
Anderson has gained Australian Emmys for Double the Fist and Black Comedy and lately completed producing a behind-the-scenes documentary for ABC’s Indigenous Division.
“Aside from different individuals’s sweat, the fitness center is filled with deeply awkward interactions, cringeworthy workers and determined clientele – it’s completely begging to be become a comedy,” mentioned Anderson. “I’m excited to be working with a workforce of each rising and well-established expertise which have a ardour and appreciation for thought-about comedian narratives.”
Australian indie Purple Empire’s Amie Casey is producing with Terrier’s Fantome Bay Footage and U.S. gross sales outfit Natural Media Group. Steve Chicorel and Shari Hamrick-Grewal are exec producers.