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New sitcom, Sour Mash, coming to NBC

Series is workplace comedy about Kentucky's Bourbon industry
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Just in time for this weekend's annual Bourbon Festival in Bardstown comes word from the entertainment website that NBC-TV has put a 30-minute sitcom about the bourbon industry into development.

No word yet on when the series might hit the airwaves.

"Sour Mash," according to Deadline, is a workplace comedy about a smart Latina chemist from Brooklyn, New York, who has a passion for making bourbon and becomes the master distiller at a failing family-owned distillery in Kentucky.

The website says she finds making bourbon is easy compared to dealing with the eccentric family that hired her.

"Sour Mash" is the brainchild of writers Michael Gagerman and Andrew Waller, Vertigo Entertainment and Warner Bros. TV, Deadline reported.

The name of the show, "Sour Mash," is a distilling term used to describe part of the process in making bourbon.

This story was posted on 2017-09-16 07:10:37
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