ABC Gives Put Pilot Commitment to ‘Love Me’ From ‘Life Sentence’ Creators and Elizabeth Banks

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ABC has given a put pilot commitment to “Love Me,” a one-hour drama from “Life Sentence” creators Erin Cardillo and Richard Keith, and Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman’s Brownstone Productions, a rep for ABC told TheWrap.

According to ABC, “Love Me” follows the stories of a multi-generational family in Chicago as they search for love in our increasingly detached digital world, and explores how their unconditional love for one another helps them navigate the highs and lows of it all.

The project is based on the Swedish format from “Welcome To Sweden,” whose co-creator and star Josephine Bornebusch will executive produce. Warner Bros. TV, which houses Cardillo and Keith’s In Good Company banner, is also attached. Cardillo and Keith write and executive produce, along with Banks and Handelman. Brownstone’s Dannah Shinder will co-executive produce.

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