The over-the-top new comedy “On All Fours,” will shed light on our obsession with our four-legged loved ones.
Suzanne DeLaurentiis, a forty year veteran producer of movies such as 10th and Wolf, A Month of Sundays, How Sweet It Is, The Dark Tourist, and Middleton Christmas, is working on a new series with author Jeff Lazarus, based on his best-selling books Dogtology and Catakism.
The series features anthology-style short stories representing different aspects of how far we take our love for and our quirky habits for our fur babies. The question of who truly is in charge at home will be repeatedly answered. The stories are inspired by the topics and chapters in the books.
Jeff shared, "I'm excited and grateful for Suzanne Delaurentiis helping to bring Dogtology and Catakism to life and cannot wait to bring the laughs, and cuteness, onto our screens".
The series is slated for principal photography in early 2022 in Los Angeles.
More About Jeff Lazarus
Jeff has become well-established as an author and is enjoying the success of his original and humorous works: DOGTOLOGY; LIVE.BARK.BELIEVE. and CATAKISM; BOW TO THE MEOW, an international #1 Best Seller. Jeff’s 2016 release, LISTEN LIKE A DOG…AND MAKE YOUR MARK ON THE WORLD, is a fresh approach to the lost art of listening, based on the workshops he conducted in the corporate environment. LISTEN LIKE A DOG has been published in multiple languages. Jeff is a market development manager in the healthcare industry, an educator, and author. He works closely with subject matter experts to discover, evolve, refresh, and deliver their brand message through their digital marketing, publishing, and speaking efforts. As an authority on communication, he places an emphasis on how a brand communicates to its customers and how the brand communicates with its own organization. Jeff's personal brand shines brightly with a unique blend of strategy, innovation and execution, while always bringing creativity to the table.
More About Suzanne DeLaurentiis
Award-winning independent producer, director, writer, and philanthropist Suzanne DeLaurentiis has thirty-five years of experience in the industry shepherding the development of over a hundred feature films, television features, and documentaries. She is best known for her work on the award-winning drama, 10th and Wolf. Some of her other credits include: How Sweet It Is, A Month of Sundays, D-Railed, Area 407, Shut up and Kiss Me, Middleton Christmas, and the Amazon hit series, Pet Doctors of Atlanta. She has been honored with many awards including the Terry Scarlett Award for Filmmaking, the Distinguished Founders Award for Excellence in Filmmaking, and the Opal Award from Women In Film. Suzanne devotes much of her spare time to raising money and awareness for veterans charities and developed a program that trains wounded veterans to work successfully in the film/television industry. In 2010, Suzanne Delaurentiis received a Commendation Medal from the United States Military for her services.