|[08/03/12 - 11:01 PM]
Development Update: Friday, August 3
Updates include: Michael Raymond-James, Colin O'Donoghue bound for ABC's "Once Upon a Time"; David Denman to return to NBC's "The Office"; and Chris Levinson books a new drama at FOX.
|[06/07/12 - 11:05 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, June 7
Updates include: T.J. Miller to replace Jake Lacy on FOX's "The Goodwin Games"; Nicholas Bishop, Sonja Sohn won't return to ABC's "Body of Proof"; and "House" creator David Shore sets up shop at Sony.
|[02/17/12 - 11:11 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 17
Updates include: Anthony LaPaglia to star in ABC's "Americana"; Donald Sutherland joins FOX's "Living Loaded"; and Ana Ortiz is the latest to ABC's "Devious Maids."
|[02/14/12 - 11:03 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 14
Updates include: Jonny Lee Miller to play Sherlock Holmes for CBS; Bryan Fuller's "Hannibal" gets series order at NBC; and Sophia Bush is cast in CBS's "Partners."
|[01/30/12 - 11:10 PM]
Development Update: Monday, January 30
Updates include: Steve Jones and Nicole Scherzinger dropped from "The X Factor"; Mindy Kaling to star in FOX comedy pilot; and ABC greenlights its "Scruples" revival.
|[12/15/11 - 10:48 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, December 15
Updates include: Peter Farrelly books comedy at CBS; Rosa Salazar joins FOX's "Little Brother"; and Ken Kwapis to direct Sarah Silverman's NBC pilot.
|[11/23/11 - 10:33 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, November 23
Updates include: T.J. Miller is FOX's "Little Brother"; Dee Johnson joins Starz's "Boss" as co-showrunner; and "Desperate Housewives" alums to return for finale.
|[11/01/11 - 10:55 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, November 1
Updates include: FOX cancels "In the Flow With Affion Crockett"; Niecy Nash joins Cedric the Entertainer's TV Land pilot; and Summer Glau, Daryl Mitchell bound for TNT's "Scent of the Missing."
|[09/26/11 - 11:08 PM]
Development Update: Monday, September 26
Updates include: J.J. Abrams, Eric Kripke book pilot order at NBC; Carter Bays, Craig Thomas and Chris Harris team for FOX comedy; and Lee Daniels to bring "Valley of the Dolls" to NBC.