TV SALES, PICK-UPS, ATTACHMENTS, RENEWALS & DEALS (11.07.11)

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TV SALES & PICK-UPS

ABC has picked up an from executive producer and ex Disney topper . The single-camera comedy period is set in the 1980s and will be written by , which follows the early days of celebrity chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, who will also serve as producers. Noel Bright and Steve Cohen will executive produce alongside Eisner.

CW is n business with writer and executive producer Bert V. Royale on an hour-long sci-fi adaptation of the Israeli family musical series that centers on a young documentary filmmaker who travels back in time to prevent the death of his 90s music idol.

FX has picked up it’s hit-series drama SON’S OF ANARCHY for four more episodes, which is currently airing its fourth season. The additional spisodes will bring the the series to 14, with the season 4 finale now airing on December 6.

NBC has picked up the hour-long drama written by , who will also executive produce alongside Martha De Laurentiis. Fuller received a 13 episode commitment from the network, which is inspired by the Hannibal Lecter. If the studio execs approve of the script, it will move directly into series. The studio has also committed a series order, and re-developing an updated version of the 1960s series , which fuller sold last year.

ATTACHMENTS

Comic book and “Lost” scribe Brian K. Vaughn is attached to adapt Stephen King’s novel for SHOWTIME. The supernatural thriller revolves around locals at a Maine vacation spot who battle one another when a force field suddenly surrounds their town and cuts them off from the rest of the world. King will executive produce alongside and .

RENEWALS & DEALS

has renewed their drama for a third season, with production slated to commence January, 2012. Liam McIntyre landed the lead role, succeeding the late Andy Whitfield

Veteran “Closer” star and Tony award-nominee has agreed to and signed a talent holding deal at . He will not repise his role in the upcoming “Closer” spinoff .

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