[12/10/14 - 11:34 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, December 10 Updates include: ABC eyes new pilot for "Irreversible" with Justin Long; Camille de Pazzis joins the cast of Netflix's "Hemlock Grove"; and NBA, Golden State Warriors behind potential new comedy at ABC.
[05/09/14 - 11:56 PM] Development Update: Friday, May 9 - Odds & Ends Updates include: ABC, NBC pass on the bulk of their remaining pilots; Casey Affleck to play Meriwether Lewis for HBO; Ryan Seacrest to return as host of FOX's "American Idol."
[01/31/14 - 11:42 PM] Development Update: Friday, January 31 Updates include: David Schwimmer to get "Irreversible" at ABC; Grace Gummer boards "Extant" at CBS; and Matt McGorry is the first cast on ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder."
[08/23/13 - 11:38 PM] Development Update: Friday, August 23 Updates include: MTV's "Faking It" taps principal roles; Jack McGee, Joey McIntyre return for CBS's "The McCarthys"; and NBC to revive ABC's 2001 pilot "Me and My Needs."
STATUS: previously in development (2014-2015 season)
DEVELOPMENT STAGE: ordered to pilot
ADDITIONAL NOTES: network passed on 5/9/14
DESCRIPTION: (from ABC's press release, March 2014) Andy (David Schwimmer) and Sarah (Jessica Knappett) deal with all of the challenges of a middle class family, without accepting the fact that they ARE middle class. As far as they're concerned Andy is a novelist on the verge of becoming the next Philip Roth, only "more blunt," and Sarah, a morning show host on a second rate channel, is on the path to becoming the next Diane Sawyer - "only prettier." Andy will never be Philip Roth. The closest Sarah will ever get to Sawyer is living in the same city as her... They live in New York and struggle with the usual trials and tribulations of a young family (only they're not so young). We could describe them as extremely eccentric, somewhat spoiled, highly selfish, and pretty manipulative. They have excellent values and are quick to defend them with confidence - often exposing their worst traits and biggest insecurities. Despite all of these qualities, they are exceptionally good people - in their own eyes, of course. In reality, they're a couple just trying to make it as parents, professionals and grown-ups. IRREVERSIBLE is a semi-scripted comedy based on the hit Israeli series Bilti Hafich, and is written and directed by the original Israeli co-creator, Segahl Avin.