and have set up three new shows, two for CBS and one for the CW.  First up, a medical drama titled , to be penned by , about three doctors, who went to medical school together, returning to their alma mater to work at the university hospital.   follows a female psychologist who solves crimes alongside a tough police detective.  And for the CW is , a fast-paced cop show about four twenty-something adrenaline junkies who work for an elite crime unit.

Also setting up multiple shows, has one for CBS titled and for the CW.  “Hail Mary” follows a female P.I. from the south who teams up with her murdered son’s best friend.  “Rush” is about undercover cops working the nightclub scene.  Wadlow recently got his first pilot order for CBS’ THE ODDS.

With ’s “Important Things” not returning for a third season on Comedy Central, he’s signed a blind script deal with CBS to write, produce and star in his own project.


NBC has renewed , LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES and for the rest of the season with back-nine orders.   is pending renewal and is close to receiving additional script orders.


Not cancelled yet, but… ABC  has reduced the episode order from 13 to 10 for their sci-fi drama .


, director of “Bruno” and “Borat,” will helm the FOX comedy pilot .  Based on the British series, the story centers on parents who are overwhelmed by their three children.

will direct a pilot, based on the “Alloy” book series, titled   for ABC FAMILY.  The drama follows two identical twin sisters separated at birth, one through the foster system and the other goes missing when she is adopted by wealthy parents.


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