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Greer will be the female lead opposite Nat Faxon in the untitled FX comedy pilot from Andrew Gurland.
It was supposed to be a one-season-and-done creative workout for two longtime Aussie friends. But success got in the way, and now the legal drama series "Rake" has become a transcontinental franchise.
David Spade has joined the cast of ABC's comedy pilot "Bad Management."
TLC is breaking into the biz makeover genre in reality TV, with a sweet twist.
The Big Four networks triggered an avalanche of 22 pilot orders on Tuesday evening, signaling an early start to the marathon casting process that will determine the fate of many projects.
NBC ordered three singlecam comedy pilots Friday from Universal Television, including a pair from producers Will Ferrell and Greg Daniels.
After two low-rated seasons, "Boss" is no more.
A&E has given a seven-episode order to "Be the Boss," a reality skein born of the good fortune bestowed on an employee featured in a 2010 episode of CBS' "Undercover Boss."