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CBS planning 3 more Twitter-based TV shows

After launching $#*! My Dad Says earlier this year, CBS is working on three more TV shows based on Twitter accounts. The latest, Mother of All Something, is a comedy project under development based on the Twitter feed of Kelly Oxford, a stay-at-home mother of three in Canada.

There’s also Dear Girls Above Me (pictured) and Shh… Don’t Tell Steve — both show concepts were sold to CBS by Ashton Kutcher.

Updated: Meanwhile, after struggling early-on in the ratings, $#*! My Dad Says has improved to often winning its time slot against NBC’s 30 Rock.

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