LIONSGATE TV announced at ComicCon that they are in the process of a developing a television series based on Zenescope’s ALICE IN WONDERLAND graphic novels. The three issues in the series are a retelling of the classic stories by Lewis Carroll, following Alice Liddell’s daughter as she has a series of adventures in Wonderland. The series will be exec produced by Brian Robbins, previously a producer on “Smallville”.
LIFETIME is in development on TWO KISSES FOR MADDY, a drama based on the Matt Logelin-penned memoir of the same name. “Maddy” details Logelin’s experiences raising his infant daughter Madeline after her mother’s unexpected and tragic death. The telepic is being exec produced by Marta Kauffman, who previously exec produced lifetime’s mini-series “Five”, alongside Denise Di Novi and Alison Greenspan.
BRAVO will be turning the David Duchovny/Demi Moore pic THE JONESES into a series, possibly as part of a new effort by the cable channel to move into more scripted territory. “The Joneses” followed a group of people hired to pretend to be a family, acting as walking advertisements for the accoutrements of their lifestyle. Liz Tigelaar of “Life Unexpected” will exec produce.
THE DISNEY CHANNEL has renewed its sitcom GOOD LUCK CHARLIE for a 4th season. The show revolves around the Duncan family, focusing on the points of view of the family’s five children. The series was created by Phil Baker and Drew Vaupen, whom also exec produce alongside Dan Staley.
MTV has renewed TEEN WOLF for a third season, the network announced today. The upcoming season is for 24 episodes, twice the number of the first and second-season orders. The series is lead by Tyler Posey.