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|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|CHICAGO PD||NBC||Executive Producer, Developer||Completed||2013-2014|
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Having Michael J. Fox back on NBC Thursday roughly 30 years later has a certain symmetry, but generating sustained interest in his comeback vehicle will require more than just good will.
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…
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”…
NBC is fanning the flames of "Chicago Fire," ordering five more scripts for the Dick Wolf drama.
Brit thesps Sam Claflin ("Snow White and the Huntsman") and Emilia Clarke ("Game of Thrones") are joining Karl Urban in the European car heist pic "Overdrive."
Sony is in early negotiations with the writing team of Michael Brandt & Derek Haas to rewrite time-travel action-adventure "End of History" for Neal Moritz's Original Prods.
Dick Wolf has recruited drama vet Matt Olmstead to serve as showrunner and exec producer of his new NBC drama "Chicago Fire."
Like a magician performing one too many tricks, "The Double" overplays its deception while spinning a mildly diverting yarn about a vet CIA spook and the younger FBI agent working alongside him.
Michael Brandt and Derek Haas have signed on to adapt upcoming Richard Doetsch novel "The Thirteenth Hour" for New Line Cinema and producer Michael De Luca.
Universal Pictures has reupped "Wanted" producer Marc Platt for five years, keeping Marc Platt Prods. on the lot through late 2012.
In a highly unusual move for a major, 20th Century Fox aims to entice a dozen top screenwriters to bring original spec scripts to the studio in exchange for gross participation if the pics get made.