[05/10/13 - 07:23 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 10 - Networks Pass on 13 More Pilots
CBS's "Beverly Hills Cop," ABC's "Big Thunder" and NBC's "The John Mulaney Show" are among the projects not moving forward at their respective networks.

[04/04/13 - 12:12 PM]
2013 ABC Program Development Guide - Comedy Series
ABC details its 12 comedy pilots under consideration for next season.

[03/27/13 - 11:31 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 27
Updates include: NBC eyes "Chicago Fire" spin-off; Regina King joins ABC's "Divorce: A Love Story"; and Rob Huebel cast in "Jacked Up" at CBS.

[03/13/13 - 11:13 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 13
Updates include: NBC begins casting a fourth season of "The Sing-Off"; the fan-funded "Veronica Mars" movie is a go; and Kristin Davis joins "Bad Teacher" at CBS.

[03/11/13 - 11:43 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 11
Updates include: John Malkovich to play Blackbeard in NBC's "Crossbones"; Josh Lucas, Lynn Collins to lead A&E's "Occult"; and Kathryn Morris, Skeet Ulrich return to CBS in pilots.

[03/05/13 - 11:56 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 5
Updates include: Ben McKenzie to star in "The Advocates" at CBS; Matt Lanter tapped for lead in The CW's "Oxygen"; and ABC asks for yet another episode of "Shark Tank."

[02/27/13 - 11:03 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, February 27
Updates include: David Spade, Rachael Harris report for "Bad Management" at ABC; FOX snags Anthony LaPaglia for "Boomerang"; and Chyler Leigh joins "Holding Patterns" at NBC.

[02/07/13 - 11:19 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 7
Updates include: David Walton tapped as lead on NBC's "About a Boy"; Emma Roberts to star in FOX's "Delirium"; and CBS greenlights three more comedy pilots.

[01/30/13 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, January 30
Updates include: ABC greenlights three comedy pilots; FOX adds two dramas to its roster; and Jon Favreau to direct NBC's "About a Boy."

1/30/13 - 5/10/13
previously in development (2013-2014 season)
ordered to pilot
(from ABC's press release, April 2013) Welcome to the glamorous world of Eastmore's department store - second only to Bergdorf Goodman and third only to Neiman Marcus in quality and style. This is a place where you can get everything from Tom Ford Cologne, to a Gucci iPad cover, to diamante studded Christening spoons - served by staff who are there for the glamour, for the job security, but mostly for the employee discount. Tobias Eastmore Sr. may run an upscale store, but his employees are definitely rough around the edges. At the helm of the luxury goods department is the fiercely ambitious but equally lazy Eve (Sharon Horgan), who believes that getting ahead is 10% perspiration and 90% making sure her boss sees the 10% perspiration. Eve heads a team that includes her best friend Linda (Rachael Harris), a spray-tan addicted, divorced mother of three; Ramon, gay and vain, who's only creative outlet is adding flair to his promotional displays, and Mrs. Paulin, a slightly obsessive store detective. Eve's easy life as head of luxury goods (promoted at the tender age of 38!) is suddenly threatened when the boss's son, Tobias Eastmore, Jr. (David Spade), is brought in to head up electronics. The overly confident Tobias, (with an impressive resume of failed dot-com businesses behind him) wants to revamp Eastmore's image by bringing "sexy back" and his first order of business is hiring a super-smart, but mostly super-hot clerk, Melanie, who has an eye for Eve's job. Now, Eve - in order to stay on top - will have to summon up all of her human resources to step up her game (and her life) to make her department of misfits worthy of the luxury goods name. Starring Sharon Horgan and written in collaboration with Holly Walsh. Executive produced by Kat Likkel & John Hoberg (My NAME IS EARL, THE NEIGHBORS), and Aaron Kaplan (THE NEIGHBORS) comes an ensemble workplace comedy about an unlikely team that forms a family despite the: BAD MANAGEMENT.
· Alan Thicke as Tobias Eastmore, Sr.
· Bradley Dodds as Ben
· David Spade as Tobias Eastmore, Jr.
· E.J. Bonilla as Ramon
· Greta Lee as Mel
· Rachael Harris as Linda
· Rob Huebel as Chris
· Sharon Horgan as Eve
· Aaron Kaplan as EP
· Ben Taylor as DIR (Pilot)
· Holly Walsh as CRTR/EP
· John Hoberg as EP
· Kat Likkel as EP
· Sharon Horgan as CRTR/EP
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
· ABC Studios
· Kapital Entertainment