Cabler TV Land has reportedly given a cast-contingent pilot order for a comedy series about a con artist on the run who pretends to be a gay priest.

According to, the series, titled Impastor, is from veteran comedy writer Christopher Vane (The Love Boat, Suddenly Susan, Wings, Good Luck Charlie).

“It centers on a low-life on the run from his debts who hides away in a small town by conning them into thinking he's their newly hired gay pastor,” wrote about the show's premise.

Impastor will be executive produced by Vane and Eric and Kim Tannenbaum of Tannenbaum Co.

TV Land last year canceled Fran Drescher's Happily Divorced after two seasons. In the show, Drescher played a florist who divorced her husband of 18 years after finding out he's gay.