The networks are still buying up new shows like crazy in hopes of finding new hits for their fall 2013 schedules. Deadline reports Martha Stewart just sold Fox a sitcom she’ll produce called The Tao of Martha, which follows a party girl-turned-single mother who decides to write a book based on adjusting her life by following the teachings of Martha Stewart. Jake In Progress creator Austin Winsberg will adapt the idea into a series. Stewart won’t star but will potentially make regular voice-over appearances. At ABC, The Hollywood Reporter says Chelsea Handler is producing Discounted, a new pilot about a pair of half-sisters who run a furniture store that’s created by and would potentially star comedian Fortune Feimster. Elsewhere, Deadline reports that CBS and NBC have each bought two similarly-titled comedies, How to Grow Up and Grow the F**k Up, respectively. Unfortunately, the faux-edgy bleeped-out title trend started by $#*! My Dad Says and Don’t Trust the B—- is far from over.