Just days after The Tonight Show fiasco, NBC has picked up a pilot for an hour-long untitled project known as Justice, from Conan O'Brien's production company, Conaco.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC has also ordered the multicamera comedy pilot The Pink House.
Justice was written by John Eisendrath and is described as a new take on a law show with a larger-than-life character at the center, and follows an ex-Supreme Court justice who quits the Court to start his own legal practice.
Eisendrath is executive producing, with O'Brien, his longtime executive producer Jeff Ross and Conaco's David Kissinger also expected to serve as exec producers.
As part of O'Brien's $33 million settlement with NBC, his NBC-based company was to continue to operate at NBC Uni through the end of the development season.
The Pink House, from writers Rick Weiner and Kenny Schwartz, centers on two guy friends who move to Los Angeles post-college.