[03/27/10 - 12:03 AM]
Development Update: Saturday, March 27
Updates include: Jason Wiles reports for "Boston's Finest" at ABC; Martin Short is a "Tax Man" for FOX; and Christopher Sieber to topline ABC's "It Takes a Village."

[03/25/10 - 02:46 PM]
2010 ABC Program Development Guide - Drama Series
ABC details its 11 drama pilots under consideration for next season.

[03/16/10 - 12:06 AM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 16
Updates include: Stephen Lang joins ABC's "Matadors"; Donnie Wahlberg reports for "Reagan's Law" at CBS; and Mia Maestro to replace Roselyn Sanchez on ABC's "Cutthroat."

[03/09/10 - 12:05 AM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 9
Updates include: Kyle Bornheimer, Rob Morrow land second position pilots; Nick Nolte is in talks to play "The Old Man" on HBO's "Luck"; Tom Cavanagh books the title role on ABC's "Edgar Floats."

[03/03/10 - 12:08 AM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 3
Updates include: Michael Imperioli reports to ABC's "187 Detroit"; Jason Isaacs is "Pleading Guilty" for FOX; and HBO moves forward with its "Game of Thrones."

[03/02/10 - 12:01 AM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 2
Updates include: Dustin Hoffman has "Luck" for HBO; Adrianne Palicki reports to FOX's "Midland"; and Jaime King to be part of "Generation Y" for ABC.

[02/19/10 - 12:19 AM]
Development Update: Friday, February 19
Updates include: Roselyn Sanchez is "Cutthroat" for ABC; Maggie Q on track to play "Nikita" for The CW; and NBC's "The Strip" rounds out its cast.

[01/20/10 - 06:17 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, January 20
Updates include: ABC adds three drama pilots; Carter MacIntyre joins NBC's "Undercovers"; and FOX orders "Strange Brew" from David Kohan and Max Mutchnick.

1/20/10 - 3/27/10
previously in development (2010-2011 season)
ordered to pilot
(from ABC's press release, March 2010) By all appearances, Nina Cabrera has a perfect life: a fantastic home in Beverly Hills, three beautiful children, great cars, great clothes. But things aren't always as they seem. In addition to everything else she's handling, Nina Cabrera is also running a multi-million dollar Mexican crime syndicate. As a single mom, Nina has learned to juggle - whether it's getting her youngest child into an exclusive school, helping a friend whose cheating husband is demanding a divorce, or managing the numerous businesses she owns. Nina has a lot of people depending on her. Oh... and she's also laundering money for the syndicate. The daughter of a legendary Mexican drug kingpin, Nina grew up in the business, but has struggled to give herself and her family a normal life. This isn't always easy in the often-snobby society of Beverly Hills, which she finds just as brutal as the criminals she deals with on a daily basis. Nina sometimes feels like an outsider in both worlds. Her closest relationships are with her ex-beauty queen mother and her cousin Frankie, her trusted advisor and chief lieutenant. He handles most of the dirty work, from carrying out a hit on a corrupt Mexican crime boss, to bribing rich families so Nina's son can get into school. When push comes to shove, Nina is not above taking matters into her own hands - and she'll do anything to make sure her family is safe. Marrying the criminal elements of The Sopranos with the suburban intrigue of Desperate Housewives, Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters, the creators of Reaper, offer a fresh take on the cutthroat world of Beverly Hills and the killer maternal instinct it takes to survive there.
· Escher Holloway as Ivan
· Isa Briones as Lily Cabrera
· Jon Seda as Frankie
· Mia Maestro as Nina Cabrera
· Peggy Lipton as Sandy
· Roselyn Sanchez as Nina Cabrera (Originally Cast)
· Sarah Wynter as Sophia
· Teo Briones as Alex Cabrera
· Bronwen Hughes as EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Michele Fazekas as CRTR/EP
· Tara Butters as CRTR/EP
· drama
· 20th Century Fox Television