'Trailer Park Boys' Creator Mike Clattenburg Sells New Show to Comedy Central and CBC

'Trailer Park Boys' Creator Mike Clattenburg Sells New Show to Comedy Central and CBC
Trailer Park Boys has enjoyed some serious longevity, with the show set to return for its 11th season this month. Creator Mike Clattenburg isn't just focused on the adventures of Bubbles and the gang, however, as he's just sold a new series.

As Deadline reports, the show is called Crawford, and has just sold a 13-episode order to the CBC in Canada and Comedy Central in the United States.

The series follows a man in his late twenties who is forced to move back in with his parents. He then attempts to start a business revolving around raccoons.

Clattenburg co-created the show with Mike O'Neill. It's also being produced by Laura Michalchyshyn. All three released the following joint statement:

We are thrilled to bring the world of Crawford to life with CBC and Comedy Central. Have you experienced an unexpected arrival of raccoons, your mom's lover, or the police knocking in the middle of the night? The residents of Crawford Street have.

Crawford is expected to arrive in late 2017.