CBS Is Developing a TV Version of Bad Teacher

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L-r, Cameron Diaz stars in Columbia Pictures' comedy "Bad Teacher." Photo: Gemma LaMana/Columbia TriStar

Last year's Cameron Diaz hit, Bad Teacher, might be headed to the small screen. Vulture hears that former Community and current Happy Endings writer Hilary Winston is writing and producing a single-camera half-hour sitcom based on the $100 million-grossing film for CBS and Sony Pictures TV. (If this thing becomes real, we're already penciling it in as a companion for 2 Broke Girls). Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg, the ex-Office scribes who wrote the film, are also on board as executive producers.