The TV Round-Up: Development Edition

The fall TV season hasn’t even begun yet, and the networks are already plotting their next moves. See what’s in development for next season and beyond:

Wedding Jitters: The creators of the recently cancelled “Detroit 1-8-7” are now working on a new project about a woman on her wedding day wondering if she should get married or not and follows her on both paths.  [Deadline]

Puppet Pals: Production company Bunim/Murray is developing a satirical take on history using puppets and shopping it to networks like VH1 and History. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Going Viral: Comedy Central is producing a pilot centered around the Gregory brothers, best known for their “Auto-tune the News” videos. [The Futon Critic]

Ranger Danger: The animated pilot “Brickleberry,” produced by Daniel Tosh (“Tosh.0”), has been picked up for 10 episodes to air in 2012 on Comedy Central. The series follows forest rangers facing a park shutdown. [Critics Choice]

Animation Domination: Adam Carolla is developing a new series for FOX about a cynical woodshop teacher. [TVGuide]