While it had already been picked up by a network at its home, the comedy series Good Dog will be presented abroad to international buyers.
This Canadian TV series created, written and produced by Ken Finkleman will premiere on HBO Canada, a Canadian premium cable network, in 2011 and is being presented to international buyers in Cannes at the 2010 MIPCOM, an event where buyers reunite to see upcoming things in TV land.
Earlier today, potential international buyers saw an exclusive preview of Good Dog at Cannes's Palais des festivals.
The TV series follows a self-absorbed, neurotic TV producer played by Ken Finkleman himself. His character named George who's involved with a gorgeous model, Claire (Lauren Lee Smith), who is half his age. George also pitch a reality show centred on him and his life.
However, the network executives want Claire to move in George's house, George is forced to escalate the relationship and, consequently, his fears of commitment. When the pitch and his life go sideways, he frets, vents and re-evaluates by soliciting questionable advice from his best friend, Doug (Jason Weinberg).