'Drop Dead Diva' executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have sold their lesbian-themed comedy Swordfighting to CW.

According to Nikki Finke's Deadline Hollywood, Swordfighting “revolves around two young couples who have been best friends and neighbors for years and whose friendship is put to the test when the two wives reveal they've fallen in love (with each other).”

Zadan and partner Meron are openly gay and run the production company Storyline Entertainment. Their comedy-drama hit Drop Dead Diva, which airs on cabler Lifetime, was recently renewed for a fourth season.

The duo are also executive producers of the upcoming gay-inclusive NBC musical-drama series Smash, which is set to premiere on Monday, February 6, 2012. Smash will feature forty-six-year-old Debra Messing in her first television role since Will & Grace ended in 2006. The show also stars Anjelica Huston and Katharine McPhee.

Meron was a producer of the 2007 musical Hairspray and the 2002 Academy Award-winning musical film Chicago.

Deadline Hollywood is reporting that terms for Swordfighting have not been finalized.