Barry Schwartz was a writer and director who made waves in Hollywood in 2015 after it was announced that he would be co-writing a comedy pilot for Sony called "Take It From Us." The show follows a young, twenty-something couple as they attempt to instill their '90s values on their son. In addition to co-writing the pilot with Greg Malins, Schwartz and Malins will also serve as the pilot's executive producers. Prior to the "Take It From Us," Schwartz had made his name around Hollywood as a funny writer of pilots and screenplays. In 2011 he wrote a pilot for Fake Empire Productions that was sold to Fox but ultimately never produced. Undeterred, Schwartz continued to churn out scripts over the next few years, before having a string of luck in 2015. Early in 2015 it was announced that Schwartz would be co-writing and producing "Take It From Us," as well as an additional pilot, "Sober Buddies," which was picked up by AMC. "Sober Buddies" also boasts Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the writing and directing team behind "Superbad" (2007) and "The Interview" (2014).