TV Sales, Pick-Ups, Attachments, Renewals, & Deals (12.12.14)

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TV SALES

The CW is developing an   with and . The series, written by , centers on a talented backup dancer who dreams of becoming a choreographer. Wells and will executive produce, with Hinderaker co-executive producing.

NBC has ordered a script for , based on the digital novel by . and will write the script, which follows a clone who takes the place of the privileged woman she was copied from and threatens to bring down the entire system that oppresses clones. and produce, while and will executive produce.

Syfy and are teaming up to develop , a one-hour drama set on the titular planet that follows Superman’s grandfather. and are producing, and Goyer is writing the pilot based on a story he conceived with Goldberg.

is developing a series based on the (the pen name of duo and ) trilogy . The series centers on three women: one a detective investigating the murders of abused children, one a therapist treating abused children, and one the latter’s patient. executive produces and produces through his .

has ordered three scripts for , a half-hour comedy following two corporate middlemen who become ensnared in web of corporate espionage. will write all three scripts, and will direct the pilot. Rosen and Webb will  executive produce.

ABC is developing an in cooperation with the NBA. The comedy follows a rookie player who doesn’t speak English, and his translator, who knows nothing about basketball. and are writing and executive producing, alongside fellow EPs , , , and .

Starz is developing the one-hour drama with FremantleMedia North America. The project is a modern-day Western revolving around drilling and fracking. will write and will direct the pilot.

TV RENEWALS

has renewed for a second season of eight episodes. The series will return in summer or fall of 2015.

Syfy has renewed for a fourth and final season of six episodes. The series, which follows a cop from a futuristic police state who gets trapped in the present day, will return in 2015.

FXX has renewed for a seventh and final season of 13 episodes. The comedy follows a group of old friends in a fantasy football league. The final season will air in fall of 2015.

has renewed for a sixth season of 18 episodes. The series follows the partnership between a tough homicide detective and the privileged medical examiner she works with.

Adult Swim has renewed , , and . All three shows will return for second seasons.

TV GREENLIGHTS

has ordered a reshoot of comedy pilot THOSE WHO CAN’T (originally at Amazon). The pilot, from and , follows three screwed-up high school teachers who go to ridiculous lengths to get revenge on a bully. , , and star.

Comedy Central has ordered a pilot of an , a sketch comedy show that follows Feinstein as she interacts with people on the street. Feinstein and are producing with , , and Meghan O’Hara.

TV DEALS

has signed an 18-month first-look deal with . Under the deal, she will develop and executive produce TV series for the studio.

has signed an overall deal with Warner Bros. Television. Under the deal, he will develop television projects for both WBTV and Warner Horizon.

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