ABC has scooped a the from Courtney Cox and , a single-camera comedy revolving around a former over-eater who transforms into a “skinny girl” and must navigate working with her ex in a diner that caters to people who love to eat. Cox and Arquette will executive produce along with .

is in business with CBS has he has just landed a put pilot deal for an . The new series will be a multi-camera multi-generational show about family, and how people’s childhoods influence the decisions they make and what they seek as adults. The project is a product of the three-year deal Hertz sihned with Sony Pictures .

FOX has handed a put pilot commitment to THE PUNISHER, a series based on the Marvel comic from and ABC Studios. Story follows Frank Castle, a rising star detective with the Police Department who moonlights as the vigilante Punisher, seeking justice for those the system has failed. Berbero will executive produce with Marvel Studios.

is set to continue is prosperous relationship with HBO as he is developing an that surrounds a Kansas surgeon who inadvertently becomes the focal point of a contemporary political, cultural and ethical war. Ball will executive produce with writer .

NBC has bought a from (The Last Exorcism, The Virginity Hit) and , who wrote the Ben Stiller-directed 2009 Fox pilot “The Station.” The show will be autobiographical in nature and will be produced by Universal and Grey Sanchez Productions.

’s company has sold three to NBC with Fallon and executive producing. is teaming with the producing duo to pen , which follows a former rap star who is balancing being famous and a good father. is set to write DILF’s, which centers on a group of thirty-somethings who struggle with being grown up enough to parent. will pen , which follows a lovable individual who is the step dad to someone his own age.

Writers , and and and are all attached to write and direct an for Showtime. The five will executive produce the new series, which will follow a man who is betrayed by his wife after years of marriage and finds himself at a crossroads.


is returning to primetime with a talent deal at ABC and ABC Studios. The deal calls for the network to develop a new comedy project for Remini to produce and star in.


CBS is is finalizing deals for back orders to rookie series and . Although they were not the runaway hit that the was expecting, they have performed well in their time slots.


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