[07/13/07 - 07:01 PM]
Development Update: Week of July 9-13
Update include: New cast members set for "Private Practice," "Cavemen" and "Shark," Lynn Toler and Tara Fields to topline MyNetworkTV's "Decision House" and FX's "Philadelphia" gets a return date.

[07/12/07 - 08:39 PM]
The Futon's First Look: "Hot Years, The" (FOX)

[03/28/07 - 02:16 AM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 28
Updates include: Oprah names showrunners of "The Big Give," overall deals snare Simon Mirren, Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen while Jason Alexander and Tia Carrere book pilot roles.

[03/23/07 - 03:39 AM]
Development Update: Friday, March 23
Updates include: HBO sets its summer schedule, "Drawn Together" creators set up at 20th and NBC orders a new dating show pilot.

[03/20/07 - 04:57 PM]
2007 FOX Program Development Guide - Comedy Series
FOX details its 13 comedy pilots under consideration for next season.

[03/16/07 - 02:09 AM]
Development Update: Friday, March 16
Updates include: Lots of work for "24" alums plus new projects from David Eick and Steven Spielberg.

[03/09/07 - 12:13 AM]
Development Update: Friday, March 9
Updates include: New deals for "Grey's" co-stars, Bernero to stick with "Criminal Minds" and the usual pilot casting round-up.

[02/26/07 - 12:52 AM]
Development Update: Monday, February 26
Updates include: Christopher Guest to direct ABC's "The Thick of It," new roles for Eddie Cibrian, Jim Rash, Kristin Chenoweth, Anna Paquin and more!

[02/23/07 - 12:20 AM]
Development Update: Friday, February 23
Updates include: Alyssa Milano, Danny Comden and Angie Harmon all tapped for lead roles as pilot season rolls on.

[02/21/07 - 12:52 AM]
Development Update: Wednesday, February 21
Updates include: CBS, NBC and FOX add comedy pilots, directors set on a dozen half-hours and Marc Cherry to remain with "Housewives" through May 2011.

[02/01/07 - 12:34 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 1
Updates include: New pilot orders from ABC and FOX plus ABC finds its "Mrs. Smith" and Laurie Metcalf to play "Virgin" for Lifetime.

2/1/07 - 7/13/07
previously in development (2007-2008 season)
ordered to pilot
(from FOX's press release) Britney. Paris. Lindsay. When these are your role models, how does any girl ever learn how to grow up? Or cover up, for that matter? This is an envelope-pushing comedy about four twenty-somethings, living in the age of text messaging and Internet hookups, who have more interest in great clothes and great parties than in meaningful relationships and fulfilling careers. But when you live to party, at some point you're going to wake up with a hangover. Harsh reality dawns on publishing assistant ALLISON MILLER (Molly Stanton, "Twins") when her boss catches her in a state of undress after a hot copy-room tryst. Allison wants to be taken seriously at work, but that means changing everything, including her home life. And it won't be easy. Allison and her two roommates and best friends, STEVIE PITTS (Lacey Chabert, "Family Guy," "Party of Five") and KATE DELLAPINA (Dorian Brown), are living in an apartment that might as well be their old sorority house. Stevie is a Park Avenue nanny who wants to end up a trophy wife with gorgeous kids, while Kate, a full-time trust-fund baby and part-time sales girl at an upscale department store, is perfectly happy stealing free samples and flirting with married guys. If Allison is serious about growing up, she's going to need outside help. Help arrives in the form of Allison's overachieving Indian co-worker, RUPA KUMAR (Sarayu Rao, "Leela"). While Allison thinks Rupa can teach the girls how to be smart, professional women, Rupa's more interested in learning how to get out of her turtlenecks and into some trouble. As it turns out, there's a lot they can learn from each other. And if one of them is going to grow up, they're all going to do it, because no one should have to face the real world alone. From 20th Century Fox Television and Dawn Parouse Productions, THE HOT YEARS is created by playwright Elizabeth Meriwether and executive-produced by Dawn Parouse ("Prison Break." "Tru Calling") and Jeffrey Richman ("Wings," "Frasier").
· Brandon Quinn
· Dorian Brown as Kate Dellapina
· Lacey Chabert as Stevie Pitts
· Molly Stanton as Allison Miller
· Nick Gonzalez
· Robert Hoffman as Josh
· Sarayu Rao as Rupa Kumar
· Tia Carrere as Guest Star
· Dawn Olmstead as EP
· Elizabeth Meriwether as CRTR/SP
· Jason Winer as DIR (Pilot)
· Jeff Richman as EP
· Joe Hipps as PROD
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
· 20th Century Fox Television
· Dawn Parouse Productions