CBS is developing a police drama hailing from mega-producer Aaron Kaplan, Alexandra Lydon and Niels Mueller who will pen the script, Variety has learned exclusively. Kaplan, Lydon and Mueller will…
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A not-particularly-fresh take on "The Bad News Bears" — which already spawned multiple movies and a 1979 series — "Back in the Game" isn't without its modest charms.
“Sex and the City” creator Darren Star has been tapped to helm Lifetime pilot “HR.” Drama centers on human resources director Ellen Bell (Alicia Silverstone) whose outlook on life changes after a…
ABC’ opened the floodgates on Friday evening, ordering seven new dramas and five comedies for the 2013-14 season. Alphabet’s new dramas are: Joss Whedon’s “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD,” “Lucky 7,”…
CBS handed out three pilot orders Tuesday evening, including one to the TV adaptation of "Beverly Hills Cop."
"Law & Order" vet Rene Balcer is developing his latest project, "DarkNet," with USA Network.
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There's obviously controversy and a bit of inaccuracy built into the title ABC is abbreviating as "GCB" -- but "Just Sort-of OK Christian Bitches" would have looked unwieldy on a billboard.
NBC has ordered a pilot from Universal Television and creator Bryan Fuller that will reinvent 1960s comedy series "The Munsters" as a one-hour drama.
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