In 2012, Sarah Silverman tried to bring herself, her boobs, Tig Notaro, Jeff Goldblum, fart jokes, multiple Lost connections, and more to NBC with a pilot for a series called Susan 313. Loosely framed within a meta focus group context, it casts Silverman as once-promising '90s singer-songwriter who, after a 10-year relationship, moves back to her old apartment she's held on to. It's not the greatest thing, and in an intro Silverman admits the network "probably did the right thing" by not ordering it to series. But if you look at some of the things NBC has gone with instead, no they didn't.
Anyway, here's the whole deal: