In response to the great success of "The Charlotte Ferris Show," Martin Groff developed the idea for yet another sitcom, in a different style, with his friend Ben Carpenter, whose girlfriend, and mutual friend of Martin, also become involved in the project. The result was the show "Three Too Many," a series about a dysfunctional group of friends who live in the same apartment building.
"Three Too Many" had a head start in production, because the techniques learned in the production of the first two seasons of "The Charlotte Ferris Show" aided in the development of the new project. Season I of "Three Too Many" introduced narcisist Adam, try-hard failure Mark and average girl Rebecca, who all live in the same Boston apartment building which Adam owns. Season II of 2012 introduced two new characters, the whimsical Crystal and mean Principal Yost who works at the school where Mark teaches. After studying the response to season I's release, the producers of the show decided to add the new characters to enhance the comedy and diversity of the storylines. Season II was released in the summer/fall of 2012, and the show was confirmed for a third season, which, though shorter than seasons I and II, was released in the summer of 2013.
The new endevorer of the corperation in the field of comedy had been a great success, and "Three Too Many" became an important part of AMPCorp's lineup. However, due to coordination difficulties and AMPCorp's 2014 downsizing, the show was cancelled after its third season. Ben Carpenter was given a recurring role for "The Charlotte Ferris Show" Season V, were Groff and Moore already were characters.