Mob wives, devious maids and a magical Manhattan are among the pilot ideas just ordered by ABC.
The quartet of one-hour pilot orders include a new drama from Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry, a conspiracy thriller from Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring and a mafia drama from Dexter writer Melissa Rosenberg. Here’s the rundown:
GothamLogline: After pursuing a seemingly unsolvable case, a female cop discovers a magical world… Continue reading Marc Cherry pilot ordered by ABC: Is ‘Devious Maids’ his next ‘Housewives’?
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fans rejoice! The CW is getting back into the DC Comics universe and edging close to a pilot order for a new series starring the Green Arrow.
For the uninitiated, Green Arrow is sort of Batman meets Robin Hood. He’s hooded archer who creates trick arrows with special functions (explosives, grappling, etc), in addition to rocking a tight green… Continue reading ‘Green Arrow’ TV series near pilot order at The CW!
As you may have noticed, there isn’t a whole lot of new TV on this week. Ooh, but here’s something fun: Showtime has posted the entire first episode of its upcoming dramedy House of Lies on YouTube in hopes that you’ll get hooked and pony up some cash to subscribe. But the reason doesn’t matter, because this thing’s got Don Cheadle! And Kristen Bell! And Parks and Rec‘s Jean-Ralphio (Ben… Continue reading The House of Lies Pilot is on YouTube (VIDEO)
The latest helping of TV snacks includes news on a prestigious HBO project, the online version of “Web Therapy” and a midseason FOX drama. Eat up:
- NBC has ordered a comedy pilot starring, co-created by and loosely based on the life of Sarah Silverman. The show will follow Silverman’s character as she explores single life again after ending a long-term relationship. She wrote the pilot… Continue reading Sarah Silverman pilot gets a green light at NBC; Bravo expands 'Watch What Happens: Live'
Ryan Murphy’s schedule just got a little scarier: Only a week after launching the FX drama American Horror Story, he has sold a comedy pilot to NBC, following a bidding war also involving Fox and ABC, EW has confirmed. If the single-camera project — which reportedly centers on a gay couple and the surrogate who will carry their child — is picked up by the Peacock for next… Continue reading NBC buys Ryan Murphy comedy pilot