CW has sent into the from and . Series, which is being pitched as “X-Files” meets “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, will center on a group of people who investigate paranormal happenings.

FOX has jumped into bed on the multi-cam from writer . Series, which is created by McCall and Benjamin (who will also star), centers on an alarmingly uncertain high school guidance counselor balancing bachelorhood and his eccentric family. , , and also join McCall and Haber as exec .

has picked up, and sent into two new shows. First on that list is from /exec and . Series, which is also eyeing Drescher in a starring role, is set to be based loosely on her real life, and will center on a middle-aged woman who re-enters the dating world after finding out that her husband is gay.

has also moved ahead with a greenlight for the pilot to from writer/exec producer . Series, which and will also exec produce, is pitched as an office-place comedy about a young female ivy-league executive who is sent to take over a small regional beverage manufacturer, sending the entire office into a stir of confusion as to what the new hierarchy will be, when their 50-something male boss, now has to answer to a young up-and-comer.


CARTOON NETWORK has moved quick to renew three of its on-going animated series’, setting , and into prep for another season.

CBS has renewed daytime soap for another three years of amazingly brilliant storylines, and illicit affairs.

CBS has also renewed daytime soap for another two years, of basically the same, but sort of different.


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