Netflix’s dark comedy series Dead To Me may be approaching its third and final season later this year, but series creator Liz Feldman already has another show in the works at the streamer. Netflix have given a series order to Feldman’s new series, No Good Deed.
Like Dead To Me, No Good Deed is also a dark comedy. It will revolve around around three families fighting over the purchase of a Spanish-style villa. The show will consist of half-hour episodes and is part of an overall deal Feldman signed with Netflix back in 2020.
Feldman said that the show will not only focus on the contrast between the three very different families, but also explore their notion that buying a fancy house is the answer to all of their problems. The twist will be the fact that, sometimes, the home of your dreams can morph into a total nightmare. She added:
“No Good Deed was inspired by my many late nights during the early pandemic maniacally searching Zillow listings for a way out of my house. I’m endlessly grateful to Netflix for being such a supportive creative home and for continuing to allow me to turn my crippling anxiety into entertainment.”
Silver Tree, who has worked on The Flight Attendant, Suits, and also directed a number of Dead To Me episodes, will helm the pilot.
Netflix have yet to reveal further details about No Good Deed. They will likely come after the conclusion of Dead To Me, with the show’s final season expected to premiere in the autumn.