Israeli sitcom 'Life isn't Everything' to be remade in U.S.
Channel 2 franchise holder Reshet announces that series creator and writer Daniel Lappin will write the U.S. version, together with 'Friends' and 'Rules of Engagement' writer Mike Sikowitz.
Israeli sitcom "Haim Ze Lo Hakol" ("Life Isn't Everything" ) has been sold to Sony Studios, which is expected to remake it for CBS for U.S. distribution. The show, which ran for nine seasons on Israel's Channel 2, centers around a screenwriter and his relations with his ex-wife, his parents and his friends. Channel 2 franchise holder Reshet has announced that series creator and writer Daniel Lappin will write the U.S. version, together with "Friends" and "Rules of Engagement" writer Mike Sikowitz. The deal was made by Reshet's international franchise department.