TNT has given a pilot order to "L.A. Noir," a drama based on the book by John Buntin.
TNT is developing the procedural drama "Tom Clancy's Homeland Security," with former uber-agent Michael Ovitz set to exec produce.
TNT is expanding their drama development slate with five more script orders, as well as ordering a pilot from Mark Burnett on the reality front.
Warner Horizon TV has lassoed a pilot order from TNT for an oater from scribe Bruce C. McKenna and helmer Danny Cannon.
TNT has greenlit the revival of former CBS hit "Dallas" to series with a 10-episode order, set to premiere in summer 2012.
After locking down Jerry Bruckheimer and Jada Pinkett Smith last week, TNT has put Ray Romano into its burgeoning original-programming slate.
TNT has given the go-ahead to production of "Leverage," a pilot directed and produced by Dean Devlin about a team of five high-tech thieves who circle the globe to rob from wealthy criminals, corrupt…
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