Here’s hoping it doesn’t suck!

‘Kids’ McCulloch signs on for NBC show
“Kids In The Hall” vet Bruce McCulloch is returning to television with a new show, Variety reports.
McCulloch will write and executive produce a half-hour comedy for NBC, most likely for the network’s 2004/05 season.
The show will centre on a recent college grad trying to survive life trapped in a corporate office cubicle of a coffee store chain, reminiscent of the 1999 movie “Office Space.”
“It’s all about these entry-level ‘cubies,” says McCulloch. “They’re still trying to make it. They’re not bored yet.”
The untitled sitcom will be McCulloch’s first attempt at U.S. network television.
Since the end of the CBC-TV show “Kids in the Hall” almost a decade ago, he has directed the feature film comedies “Stealing Harvard” and the Saturday Night Live-inspired “Superstar.” He also wrote and directed and appeared in the 1998 indie film “Dog Park,” starring Janeane Garofalo and Luke Wilson.