will develop with Diego Luna, Gael Garcia Bernal and Steven Spielber’s . Based on the Mexican spiritual medical drama, the project follows a group of young doctors who are sent to vaccinate the locals of a remote village but encounter an unusual cult instead. Mauricio Katz and Pedro Peirano will pen the and executive produce with Pablo Cru, Garcia Bernal, Luna and Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey for .

ABC and has given a commitment with penalty to an starring Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo. The family comedy, which will be written and executive produced by Brad Copeland, will follow Chase and D’Angelo as a married couple whose golden years are interrupted when they’re compelled to raise their grandchildren. Aaron Kaplan is executive producing under his banner.

ABC is developing , a character-driven crime procedural. The project is being written by Steven Baigelman and follows the investigation of a “Bonnie & Clyde” serial killer team in LA. and Mandeville are producing, with Baigelman and David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman, and Laurie Zaks executive producing.

ABC is putting an into . The project, from Stephanie Weir and CBS Studios, centers on the manager of a credit union who tries to shake the small town image and compete with the new guy on the scene, UberBank.

is teaming with Josh Safran and Mark Gordon’s for an . The project has received a commitment and will center on a diverse group of FBI recruits as they go through 21 weeks of training to become special but they don’t know that one among them is a sleeper terrorist. Safran will write and executive produce, with Gordon and Nick Pepper.

ABC is adapting the Korean series MY LOVE FROM ANOTHER STAR. The project has a commitment and centers on why a superhero has to save the world and why he can’t save just one girl. Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain will pen the , while Ji-eun Park will executive produce with Bomi Moon and Sebastian Lee under his banner.

and are developing an with Sony Pictures for ABC. The buddy comedy project, which will be co-written by Kinsey, Rachel Specter and Audrey Wauchope, follows a woman and her ex-husband’s new girlfriend who end up becoming best friends — much to the dismay of the guy stuck in the middle. Darlene Hunt will serve as showrunner and executive with Kinsey, Gluck, Specter and Wauchope.

Carol Mendelsohn has sold an UNTITLED JOURNALISM DRAMEDY to ABC with a put commitment. Liz Heldens will pen the , which centers on a disgraced journalist who is forced to go back to work for his former intern. Mendelsohn and Carol Mendelsohn Productions will produce, while Julie Weitz will executive produce.

CBS has given a commitment to an UNTITLED MEATBALL COMEDY SERIES. Written by Jeff Astrof, the project centers on two best friends on the verge of becoming restauranteurs who decide to see a couples therapist after their friendship gets a little rocky. The project is based on the real lives of Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow, who own a meatball shop in New York City.

CBS has given a commitment to Jon Turteltaub’s LETTER’S TO MY DAUGHTER’S FUTURE THERAPIST. The comedy, written and executive produced by Jordan Roter, features a voice over of a mother’s letters to her daughter’s future therapist, explaining her actions after her daughter blames her for everything. CBS Studios and are producing.

Fox has given a put commitment to , a DC-themed project from Tom Kapinos and . The project centers on Lucifer who resigns his throne and abandons his kingdom for the bright lights of , where he opens a piano bar called Lux. and Aggressive Mediocrity are producing.

FX is developing , a comedy from 20th Century Fox . The project, written by Tim McAuliffe and starring Kevin Connolly, follows a regular Joe who lands his dream in the fantasy sports department at a major sports network. Connolly, Michael Rotenberg, Jonathan Berry, Greg Walkter, Troy Zien, and McAuliffe will all executive produce.

has sold two comedies to CBS. A commitment has been handed out to an from Bobby Bowman, who will write and executive produce with Garcia. An has nabbed a commitment. The project, from Chris Harris, centers on a couple who want to set up two of their friends. Garcia will executive produce with Harris.

and have sold an to ABC. Kimmel will pen the and produce with Daly. The project, from , is loosely based on Daly’s life and centers on a has-been VJ who is forced to move back in with his parents and take a at a local radio station after his star power fades.

and have sold a comedy to NBC. Nealon and Yeagley penned the for the , which follows a divorced couple who are still closely tied to their close-knit family and each other via their family owned business. The duo will serve as executive on the project.

Legendary has acquired the rights to John Scalzi’s novel to adapt into a . The book centers on a contagious virus that causes 1% of the population to become paralyzed but remain in control of their mental faculties. Fifteen years later, the immobile can borrow the bodies of “integrators.” After one of the 1% is murdered, two FBI are called in to investigate the case that turns out to be bigger than they imagined.

, and are developing an . The project follows a famous French actress who moves to the States and goes to great lengths to keep her family together. Olsen and Scheffer will executive produce and pen the with Godreche.

NBC has purchased from , , and . The comedy project centers on a group of employees at a big box store in the Midwest and the love stories that are found there. Fleischer will direct and executive produce alongside Bernad and Spitzer.

Netflix has purchased sci-fi comedy from . The project centers on the organization that provides air defense to North America. Jim Field Smith will executive produce with Trevor Engelson and Josh McGuire.

Spike is developing , a drama from ’s and Gary Oldman and Douglas Urbanski’s . The project, written and produced by Scott Gold, follows an ambitious computer guru in Silicon Valley who becomes an internet crime boss whose empire expands to include illegal drugs and black market organs, making him one of the most wanted men on Earth.

has ordered a for an from and . Written by Michelle Ashford, the project is set in the unpredictable world of the Florida drug trade in the 1970s. The is based on the documentary called “Cocaine Cowboys.”


is renewing for a third season. The Marc Maron comedy series, produced by Fox Studios, centers on Maron as he struggles to sustain a meaningful romantic relationship, as well as his career. Maron created the series, in which he stars and serves as executive and writer.

FX has renewed freshman drama for another season. The series follows an unassuming American family who are brought into the world of a turbulent Middle Eastern country. The Fox 21 and project was created by Gideon Raff.


has signed on to board NBC’s as executive and showrunner. Thomas takes over for Liz Brixius who abruptly left the show less than two weeks ago. The series stars Kate Walsh as a wild child and judge who divides her time between partying outside of work and donning the judges robes behind the bench. Thomas is repped by .

has been tapped to direct ’s comedy . Andy St. Clair and Paul O’Toole will write and executive produce the project, which centers on a twentysomething guy who accidentally rear ends Ken Jeong’s car after his girlfriend breaks up with him, prompting Jeong to teach him how to be a man. Segal is repped by .


has given the greenlight to , a kids comedy project produced by James Frey’s Full Fathom Five company. Based on the bestselling book series by Alex Morgan, the project centers on 12-year-old Devin who is on the verge of being named captain of her soccer team when her family moves across the country and she’s forced to start over. David Babcock will serve as writer and showrunner for the series.

and have set up an at NBC. The Endemol Studios has been given a -to-series commitment at the network. Inspired by real events, the project will feature stand alone episodes of the horror/sci-fi/thriller genre. Blum and Krantz will executive produce, while Chad Villella, Matthew Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett and Justin Martinez will pen the project.


and his wife have signed an exclusive first look deal with under their Gettin’ Rad Productions banner. As , the Scotts have worked on “The Greatest Event in History” for Adult Swim. Gettin’ Rad also produces NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.” The Scotts are repped by .

and have signed a two year first-look deal at Fox 21 under their banner. has sold 22 to network and cable in the two years since it was founded, including “Red Window,” “Betrayal,” and “Hostages.”

and have signed a first look deal with 20th Century Fox Studios. The will develop and produce new series under their Sanders/Moses Productions banner. They currently collaborate on the drama “Runner.” The duo are repped by .


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