TV Sales, Renewals, Deals, Attachments & Greenlights (06.14.13)

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SALES

will adapt her novel SOMEDAY, SOMEDAY, MAYBE for television. Like the book, the series will center on an actress in New York who has six months left in the three years she gave herself to make it as an actress. Ellen DeGeneres and Jeff Kleeman will exec produce. Graham is repped by ICM.

Starz is developing , with set to write the project. The series centers on a colonel and officer fighting in the Comanche Wars. Marc Frydman will executive produce. Lurie is repped by .

and have sold BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS to A&E. The project, written by Feehan, centers on amateur bull riding in Texas. Carnahan will direct the pilot and exec produce with Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly. Feehan is repped by .

RENEWALS

DirecTV has renewed ROGUE for a second season.

IFC’s has been renewed for a fourth and fifth season.

has bene renewed by MTV for a second season.

DEALS

has signed a two-year overall deal with Sony, under which he will serve as an executive on “Rake” and continue to work on “Breaking Bad”. he is repped by .

Halfire-CORE has signed a deal with NBC to develop three low-budget dramas for the network.

Neal H. Moritz’s Original has signed an overall deal with CBS . The contract dictates that Moritz will develop and exec produce projects for the network along with Vivian Cannon.

has signed a two-year overall deal with CBS . He is repped by .

has signed a two-year overall deal with Sony . The “Happy Endings” creator and showrunner is repped by .

ATTACHMENTS

fans can rejoice in knowing that creator will be returning to the series as showrunner. He will be joined by as an exec . They are both repped by .

will direct the pilot for FX’s . The project centers on an American family drawn into a Middle Eastern conflict. Yates directed four of the “Harry Potter” films and is repped by .

will direct the HORIZON pilot for USA. Simoneau, who directed the Lifetime movie “Betty and Coretta” and 2004 film “Ignition”, is repped by .

GREENLIGHTS

and have been given the greenlight from on their untitled comedy which Lorne Michael will produce. The writing duo will also star in the project, which features them as reporters trying to make it in Atlanta.

Starz has given the greenlight to , which centers on a nightclub owner who is looking to turn his club into a powerhouse while also living a double-life as a kingpin. The series was created by (), who will exec produce with Curtis Jackson and Randall Emmett.

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