Casey Wilson
Casey Wilson’s upcoming comedy, “Sackett Sisters,” did not receive a green light from NBC. Pictured: Wilson at the 2017 Vulture Festival in New York on May 20, 2017. Getty Images/Bryan Bedder

Casey Wilson and Busy Philipps’ upcoming comedy, “Sackett Sisters,” will no longer air on NBC.

According to TV Line, the network has decided to not push through with the Tina Fey-produced pilot. The series was supposed to star Wilson and Philipps as siblings who happen to be very different from each other.

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Back in May, NBC released their 2017-2018 lineup, and it was revealed that “Sackett Sisters” did not make the cut. However, NBC president Robert Greenblatt said that the network was still deliberating on the future of Fey’s show and giving it some consideration. Unfortunately, just a month later, NBC announced that “Sackett Sisters” will no longer be greenlit.

In the show, Wilson and Philipps’ characters are estranged from each other, but one important act of public heroism will reunite them. Now that they are back in each other’s lives, the two characters would have to deal with their estranged sibling. Philipps’ Mandy is described as the living embodiment of the Sackett family’s legacy of failure, while Winston’s Sutton does everything to make sure that she will become successful.

Cast member Philipps also hinted on the fact that NBC did not push through with “Sackett Sisters” even before the network made a formal announcement. On her Instagram account, she posted a selfie with Philipps and used the hashtag “nevergoingtoseesackett” in the caption.

“Sackett Sisters” is written by “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” executive producer Luke Del Tredici. The project hailed from Universal TV and 3 Arts. According to Deadline, NBC just pushed through with two comedy pilots for 2017-2018, “AP Bio” and “Champions.” Four half-hour series will also air on NBC starting this fall: “Superstore,” “Great News,” “The Good Place” and “Trial & Error.”

Meanwhile, Philipps’ other TV and film credits include “Cougar Town,” “Derek and Simon,” “Love, Inc.,” “Dawson’s Creek,” “Freaks and Geeks,” “Vice Principals,” “House Poor,” “White Chicks,” “Made of Honor,” “The Gift” and “The Smokers.” Wilson starred in “Marry Me,” “Happy Endings,” “Happy Endings: Happy Rides,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Gone Girl,” “Bride Wars,” “Killers” and “Bad Night.”