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