Chrisagis Brothers sitcom pilot coming soon

Local News

WHEELING, W.VA. (WTRF)- The Chrisagis Brothers have a new half-hour comedy series coming out! Entitled Double Occupancy, the TV show will be in the same style as Laverne and Shirley and the Andy Griffith Show. Designed as a family show- it will be funny with a message of morality and value. The show is intended for everybody- not exclusively for Christians. It will feature big-name actors, singers, and comedians.

Brian and Shawn Chrisagis told 7News “we’re playing ourselves actually in this sitcom because it’s going to be a hotel or lodge premise it’s going to be like the Love Boat or the Fancy Island where people just keep coming in and out so you’ll see people like Loni Anderson, Jennifer O’Neill, Erik Estrada, so different ones like that.”

The pilot is complete and they hope to screen it at a local church or theatre soon. The Brothers will film the rest of the series in February. Double Occupancy will air on several different Christian channels.

Latest Posts:

Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Top Stories

UPDATE: Jury finds Roena Mills guilty of killing, decapitating boyfriend's son

Thumbnail for the video titled "UPDATE: Jury finds  Roena Mills guilty of killing, decapitating boyfriend's son"

Beckley PD releases citizens academy application

Thumbnail for the video titled "Beckley PD releases citizens academy application"

Woman wanted for stealing credit/debit cards from hospital

Thumbnail for the video titled "Woman wanted for stealing credit/debit cards from hospital"

Salango 2020 Candidate for Governor

Thumbnail for the video titled "Salango 2020 Candidate for Governor"

Caroline Foreback reports live outside of Roena Mills trial

Thumbnail for the video titled "Caroline Foreback reports live outside of Roena Mills trial"

Officers in your child's school could be offering more than just security

Thumbnail for the video titled "Officers in your child's school could be offering more than just security"