[03/11/15 - 11:53 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, March 11 Updates include: Teddy Sears to lead "Doubt" for CBS; Chace Crawford among the latest to "Boom" at ABC; and Jake McDorman to succeed Bradley Cooper in "Limitless" on CBS.
[02/03/15 - 11:46 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, February 3 Updates include: The CW adds "Cheerleader Death Squad" to its pilot roster; Malin Akerman cast in Showtime's "Billions"; and Tone Bell bound for NBC's "People Are Talking."
[03/12/14 - 11:31 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, March 12 Updates include: Rose McIver to lead "iZOMBIE" at The CW; Scott Cohen joins "Coercion" at NBC; and Morgan Taylor Campbell to round out the cast of ABC's "Sea of Fire."
[03/10/14 - 11:18 PM] Development Update: Monday, March 10 Updates include: James Roday to star in "Good Session" at CBS; Mary Elizabeth Winstead to get "Exposed" at ABC; and Josh Duhamel to topline "Battle Creek" for CBS.
[03/05/14 - 11:01 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, March 5 Updates include: Patricia Arquette to lead latest "CSI" spin-off at CBS; Diogo Morgado cast in The CW's "The Messengers"; and Penelope Ann Miller, Timothy Hutton board ABC's "American Crime."
[02/28/14 - 11:41 PM] Development Update: Friday, February 28 Updates include: Dylan McDermott to lead Kevin Williamson's drama pilot at CBS; Max Brown to topline FOX's "Hieroglyph"; and Dean Winters among the latest bound for CBS's "Battle Creek."
[02/26/14 - 11:58 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, February 26 Update include: Taraji P. Henson boards FOX's "Empire"; Michael Rosenbaum heads to "Mission Control" at NBC; and John Rhys-Davies is the latest cast in FOX's "Hieroglyph."
[02/24/14 - 11:47 PM] Development Update: Monday, February 24 Updates include: Tim Daly marries "Madam Secretary" at CBS; FOX gives off-cycle pilot order to "Home"; and Lily Rabe nabs female lead on ABC's "The Visitors."
[02/14/14 - 11:44 PM] Development Update: Friday, February 14 Updates include: Jane Krakowski to lead FOX's "Dead Boss"; Alyson Hannigan to spend "More Time with Family" at CBS; and Mary-Louise Parker-led "Feed Me" gets pilot order at NBC.
[01/10/14 - 11:33 PM] Development Update: Friday, January 10 Updates include: NBC gives pilot orders to "A to Z," "Mason Twins"; Jessica Lucas boards FOX's "Gracepoint"; and Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo re-team for potential ABC comedy.
[09/18/12 - 11:04 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, September 18 Updates include: Amanda Lund joins CBS's "Friend Me"; David Shore lands pilot order from ABC; and Guillermo del Toro to direct potential drama at HBO.
[07/17/12 - 11:09 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, July 17 Updates include: Ty Olsson to recur on The CW's "Supernatural"; Ronald D. Moore to develop series based on the "Outlander" novels; and Ryan Rottman to drop by ABC Family's "The Lying Game."
SEASON(S): 1 (13 episodes, 8 of which have yet to air)
ADDITIONAL NOTES: confirmed as canceled on 3/6/15
DESCRIPTION: (from NBC's press release, December 2014) Alex O'Connor (Gavin Stenhouse, "Person of Interest"), a young idealistic CIA analyst specializing in Russian affairs, learns a shocking secret and his close-knit, affluent family is about to be split apart when its revealed that his parents, Mark (Scott Cohen, "Necessary Roughness") and Katya (Hope Davis, "The Newsroom," "In Treatment") are covert Russian spies deactivated decades ago. But today the Kremlin has re-enlisted them into service as they plan a terrorist operation inside the U.S. border that will bring America to its knees. Years ago, Russian-born Katya was tasked by the KGB to recruit American businessman Mark O'Connor as a spy - and the two fell in love. A deal was struck: As long as Katya remained an asset for Russia, and it was agreed that her services could be called on in the future, she would be allowed to marry Mark and move to America. After years in America building a happy life and without word from Moscow, they thought they had escaped. Now it seems that the new Mother Russia has one more mission - turning Alex into a spy. For these anguished parents, the choice is clear: Betray their country or risk their family. George Nolfi, John Glenn, Rashad Raisani, Avi Nir, Ron Leshem, Amit Cohen, Giyora Yahalom and Yona Weisenthal serve as executive producers.