|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
Warner Bros. Television
|LETHAL WEAPON||FOX||Executive Producer Non-writing||Pre Production||2017-2018|
|FREQUENCY||CW||Executive Producer Non-writing||Completed||2016-2017|
|LETHAL WEAPON||FOX||Executive Producer Non-writing||Completed||2016-2017|
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With Lifetime canceling Sony TV-produced "Drop Dead Diva," the femme-friendly cabler will have three pilots to choose from to fill the scripted bill.
Dan Lin and his Lin Pictures have reupped at Warner Bros. with a two-year first-look feature deal, continuing a relationship dating to 2008.
CW has pacted with "Easy A" scribe Bert Royal and Warner Bros. TV to develop an action-thriller "Dare."
Fox has picked up the Rob Thomas comedy pilot "Little in Common."
Busy "Party Down" alum John Enbom has sold his second project in recent days, circling a deal to adapt the U.K. comedy "Free Agents" for NBC.
Greenwald will serve in unscripted development, while Gwartz will be on the scripted side.
UPN is teaming up with Joel Silver for a dramatic look at young Hollywood, while Fox has given the final go-ahead to Chris Brancato and Bert Salke's "Murder Book."
"Veronica Mars" is the smartest teen-oriented drama since "Freaks and Geeks." A unique and inspired looked at teen angst shrouded in a P.I. show, the UPN drama features Kristen Bell in the lead role.
Columbia TriStar TV drama co-chiefs Danielle Stokdyk and Jennifer Gwartz have ankled their posts to set up shop at Studios USA.