: David Semel
|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|LEGENDS||TNT||Pilot Director||Pre Production||2014-2015|
|PERSON OF INTEREST||CBS||Pilot Director||Production||2014-2015|
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Blair Underwood is an attractive, charismatic actor, but all that charm will be put to the test and then some by "Ironside," another vintage revival that bears virtually no resemblance to the source.
The American Film Institute has received significant scholarship funding for the AFI Conservatory from Howard Stringer, Lawrence Herbert, David Geffen, Alan Horn, Terry Semel and the Time Warner…
J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot banner had a prosperous pilot season in setting up two big dramas, Fox's "Almost Human" and NBC's "Believe." So did Bill Lawrence's Doozer banner, with comedies on Fox…
USA Network has given series orders to original comedies "Sirens" and "Playing House" in a bid to broaden its programming appeal and make the most of its pricey investment in "Modern Family" reruns.
CBS has stocked up on four comedies for the 2013-14 season, including a new entry from Chuck Lorre and a domestic vehicle from Greg Garcia. The Eye also picked up two dramas. CBS has a number of…
NBC added another comedy and two dramas, including the “Chicago Fire” spinoff, to its new series roster for the 2013-14 season. And it gave the ax to Matthew Perry comedy “Go On.” Laffer “Undateable”…
TNT has ordered 10 episodes of spy drama "Legends," starring "Game of Thrones" vet Sean Bean, with an eye toward a 2014 premiere.
NBC has greenlit a pilot for a redo of the vintage police drama "Ironside."
Back in the late 1990s, David E. Kelley was accustomed to juggling multiple shows on an array of networks, often writing episodes for each series.
Hollywood-based Trailer Park has gone bicoastal and extended its digital prowess into the publishing biz. The entertainment marketing firm has formed Trailer Park Publishing in Gotham to help…
ABC has joined the pickup party, giving full-season orders to freshman drama "No Ordinary Family" and sitcom "Better With You."