Streaming site Amazon has given a 10-episode order to the sci-fi series Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, executive produced by Ronald D. Moore, Michael Dinner, and Bryan Cranston. Sony Pictures is the studio.
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Apart from NBC’s discernible desire for a primetime soap, it’s difficult to figure out what the network is looking for. Is there a method to The Peacock’s madness? Let’s find out in our complete preview of the 2016 NBC Drama pilots.
Fox has given a script commitment to an adaptation of the critically praised Australian series The Code from Justified’s Graham Yost and Michael Dinner.
A recap of the week’s TV news!
A full recap of Sales, Pick-ups, Attachments, Exits, Deals, Renewals, Cancellations & More, as the Fall season swings in motion.
FX goes green for superheros, IFC wants more David Cross & Will Arnett, HBO passes on Nikki Finke & TBS does the same on college in the 80’s, while ABC adds a pair in a 2/7 deal with a Bad Mom twist.
CBS adds more doctors and PIs to their slate, while Fox goes green for Chicks and Dicks, and NBC goes multicultural with Black & Right. Meanwhile, two directors land on freshly greenlit pilots.
Smilovic sets up “The Detail,” Fox commits to a new Guggenheim procedural, and JJ Abrams gets two projects picked up!