TV SALES, RENEWALS, CANCELLATIONS, ATTACHMENTS, DEALS & GREENLIGHTS (07.03.14)

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TV SALES

and have sold a pitch for a one-hour scripted drama to E! Inspired by Schoeneman’s New York Times article, “What’s He Really Like? Check the Lulu App,” the show centers on a woman who creates a successful app to rate and review the profile of men. Schoeneman is repped by and Morris Yorn.

will develop the eight-part drama series “Crater Lake,” which was created by . Atlantique is partnering with , with Atlantique CEO Olivier Bibas and creative director Patrick Nebout acting as executive producers.

and have optioned TV rights to horror novel from . The book follows citizens of a town still reeling from the disappearance of more than a dozen people who were snatched during a sinister snowstorm 12 years prior.

Cuba Gooding, Jr. is developing a half-hour comedy set in a boxing gym for . Gooding, Jr. will executive produce alongside .

Morgan Creek is developing a series based on ’s , with  executive producing and writing under the supervision of Barker and Matt Miller. The original film tells the story of an unstable mental patient who finds a home with a group of monsters and outcasts.

TV RENEWALS

NBC has renewed its medical drama for a second season. The show follows the men and women who work graveyard hours at San Antonio Memorial.

The Disney Channel has ordered a second season of its comedy I DIDN’T DO IT. The series follows five kids who find themselves in wacky situations, and must explain through flashbacks how they’ve gotten there.

TV GREENLIGHTS

Amazon greenlit the hour-long thriller to its upcoming pilot season. Written by , who is also executive producing for Amazon Studios, , and Alcon Television Group, the show follows the members of a girls’ competitive dance team who are stricken with a strange, psycho-physiological illness that manifests in violent fits and spasms. Cassidy is repped by .

CBS gave a 13-episode straight-to-series order for , a drama based on James Patterson’s novel. The show focuses on a wave of violent animal attacks and a young renegade scientist who thrust into a race to unlock the mystery behind the pandemic. The pitch comes from writer/producers and , , and . They are repped by .

FXX has ordered ten episodes of , an adaptation of the book “The Last Girlfriend on Earth” by , to be executive produced by “Saturday Night Live’s” , with Rich as showrunner. The half-hour comedy follows a man, recently dumped by his girlfriend, who reenters the dating scene. Rich is repped by .

TV DEALS

Writer has signed a two-year overall deal with Sony Pictures TV. He’ll be joining the second season of “The Blacklist” as a co-executive producer. He is repped by .

Director-producer Howie Deutch has inked a two-year deal with HBO to direct and produce drama and comedy projects. He is co-executive producer of “True Blood,” which is wrapping up its seventh and final season. Deutch is repped by , and .

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