After stealing scenes in films like She’s Out of My League and Get Him to the Greek (and staying behind the camera as Hud in Cloverfield), hilarious comedian T.J. Miller has landed his own series in the form of Fox’s comedy pilot Little Brother. Deadline reports Miller will lead the multi-camera comedy from Everybody Loves Raymond writer Mike Royce who will also executive produce the series with British writer Fintan Ryan, who wrote the original script before Royce was brought in to rewrite it after two seasons of being stuck in development. The series follows a man who finds out that he has a half-brother (Miller) he never knew about. The catch? His half-brother is an ex-con. Sounds like the perfect role for Miller who is a bit of a strange guy with some great stand-up. If you haven’t seen any of his film appearances, check out a clip from his recent Comedy Central stand-up special No Real Reason after the jump.