There'll be a lot of drama at NBC next season. Frosh drama series, that is.
Greenwald will serve in unscripted development, while Gwartz will be on the scripted side.
NBC has given the series greenlight to J.J. Abrams' spy dramedy "Undercovers."
It is, by definition, a highly subjective process.
Epix continues to stoke its original programming pipeline.
Tribune Broadcasting is shuffling its exec deck following the departure of prexy Ed Wilson.
"Life Unexpected" star Britt Robertson has landed the lead in the Disney Channel telepic "Avalon High."
Paul Reiser got NBC's attention when he walked into the network earlier this year with multiple scripts completed for a comedy series in which he plays himself, more or less.
Ed Wilson has ankled his post as prexy of Tribune Broadcasting and chief revenue and sales officer of Tribune Co.
Oliver Stone and author Bruce Wagner have cut a deal with pay cabler Epix to develop a drama skein set in Los Angeles.
There are no sure things during pilot season -- except J.J. Abrams' "Undercovers."
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