Cinemax is developing , a drama that will look inside the clandestine world of military contracting during the Iraq/Afghanistan war. The project centers on a young man who stars a propaganda business in the Middle East, getting rich from government contracts. The project comes from Ben Younger, the writer/director of “Boiler Room.”

Fox is developing , a musical dramedy based on the Korean show “Answer Me 1997.” The musical coming-of-age drama follows a group of friends between their time in high school in the late 1990s and their lives as adults.

NBC is developing an 8 part event series about from “The Tudors” creator .

Netflix is developing an original series, , based on the Chris Gall book series. The project, from DreamWorks Animation, follows the adventures of two unlikely best friends as they go through a world dominated by Tyrannosaurus Trux, Scraptors and Tow-a-constrictors.

Netflix and are developing new animated series , based on the doll franchise. The series will be preceded by a new movie “Ever After High: Spring Unsprung” and will include the characters Apple White, Raven Queen, Lizzie Hearts, Cedar Wood, Dexter Charming and Cerise Hood.

and Heavy Metal are teaming up to adapt into an animated series. The comic book adaptation centers on Hanna the Rockabilly elven mage, Violet the hipster dwarf fighter, Dee the atheist human cleric and Betty the hippy thief who are hired to kill monsters and other nefarious creatures. Martin Baynton and Adam Fratto will serve as executive producers for the project.

Television and Tandem Communications have setup crime drama at ABC. The show, inspired by the book from Michelle Dresbold, follows the exploits of Leslie Bold, an artist and handwriting expert who gets pulled into the world of crime-solving because of her unique skill set.


has renewed for a second season – before the first has aired. The premiere of the “Breaking Bad” spin-off series has been pushed back to early next year. Vince Gilligan is set to direct the first episode that follows shady lawyer Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk.

Nickelodeon is renewing for a 20-episode fourth season. The current iteration of the series is CG-animated with an all-star cast voicing the characters.


has picked up the comedy pilot , which centers on four suburban Chicago couples who are desperately trying to hang on to their fading youth. The cast includes Jay Chandrasekhar, Sarah Chalke, and Selma Blair.

As showrunner will step down and will take the reins. Marlowe will focus on developing new while Amann takes over the day-to-day running of the show. The series is in its sixth season on ABC. Marlowe is repped by and 360, while Amann is with Gersh.


Lifetime has given the green light to a narrative feature, . will play Elizabeth Berkeley, will play Mark-Paul Gosselaar, has been cast as Tiffani Thiessen and will play Mario Lopez in the behind the scenes project.

Comedy Central is bringing back . The rebooted series will reunite Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup for a new generation.

A pilot order (from and ) is imminent for Carlton Cuse and Randall Wallace’s new project . The Civil War drama centers on a fictional Virginian family whose lives are turned upside down by the Civil War.

Showtime has greenlit , a pilot from and . The comedy project is set during a rock band’s U.S. tour and Crowe will direct the pilot while will serve as showrunner if any subsequent episodes are ordered.


has signed a one year deal with after having been with Universal for four years. Cunningham has written who for NBC, “Murder, She Wrote” and “Gone For Good.” She is repped by .

“CSI” showrunner has signed a three year overall deal with Sony Pictures . Under the deal, Mendelsohn will develop for broadcast, cable, and digital platforms under her Productions banner. Mendelsohn previously had a similar deal with CBS Studios, which produces her successful crime drama franchise. She is repped by and Jackoway Tyerman Wertheimer.

has inked an overall deal with and will join FOREVER as executive Producer. Under the deal, Fedak will develop new for the studio. He is repped by and Fuse .

Conde Nast Entertainment has signed a first look deal with for scripted series. Conde Nast made its foray into scripted last season with “The Avenger” at The CW.

has signed an overall deal with Starz and will join drama project BLACKBIRDS. Knoller will develop for the network and currently serves as executive on its new drama series “Power.” He is repped by ICM.

has signed an overall deal with . Under the deal, Johnson will join “The Following” as showrunner, replacing Kevin Williamson. She is repped by .

inks an overall deal with Sony Pictures which will focus on . Heldens is coming off of an eight year stint at Universal on shows like “Mercy” and “Deception.” She is repped by .


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