[05/28/15 - 11:31 PM] Development Update: Thursday, May 28 Updates include: Craig Brewer to bring "Urban Cowboy" to FOX; Erin Cummings cast in ABC's Richard Dreyfuss-led "Madoff"; and Graham Moore, Marc Forster admit "Patient Zero" to NBC.
[05/21/15 - 11:39 PM] Development Update: Thursday, May 21 Updates include: TNT passes on its proposed "Major Crimes" spin-off; Greg Grunberg latest alum to return for NBC's "Heroes Reborn"; and Jonathan Tropper, Justin Lin team for new Cinemax drama.
[04/30/15 - 11:33 PM] Development Update: Thursday, April 30 Updates include: HBO orders comedy "Brothers in Atlanta" to series; Kenneth Choi, Jordana Brewster latest cast in FX's "American Crime Story"; and WGN America revives A&E's "Blood, Sweat & Tears."
[04/01/15 - 11:29 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, April 1 Updates include: Kevin James to topline new sitcom for Sony Pictures Television; Anna George to play Hannah Simone's mom on "New Girl"; and Katie Couric, Michelle Pfeiffer team for potential TV series.
[07/11/13 - 11:27 PM] Development Update: Thursday, July 11 Updates include: Carla Gugino joins FOX's "Wayward Pines"; Darren Star to helm Lifetime's "HR"; and Rene Echevarria departs CBS's "Intelligence."
[07/09/13 - 11:05 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, July 9 Updates include: FOX to bring "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" to small screen; TNT passes on its Geena Davis-led drama pilot; and Ryan Seacrest to host NBC's "Million Second Quiz."
[06/20/13 - 11:06 PM] Development Update: Thursday, June 20 Updates include: Ray Romano books return to NBC's "Parenthood"; Jesse Lee Soffer officially on board "Chicago Fire," "Chicago PD"; and Zach Grenier named series regular on CBS's "The Good Wife."
[06/13/13 - 11:07 PM] Development Update: Thursday, June 13 Updates include: Megan Hilty joins NBC's "Sean Saves the World"; Wes Bentley cast in "Open" at HBO; and Stellan Skarsgard lands role on Cinemax's "Quarry."
[05/30/13 - 11:19 PM] Development Update: Thursday, May 30 Updates include: Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey confirm exits from "American Idol"; Jenna Elfman in talks for NBC's "The Family Guide"; and Ashley Madekwe to depart ABC's "Revenge."
[05/29/13 - 11:27 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, May 29 Updates include: Arnold Schwarzenegger brings "Pump" to Showtime; "Two and a Half Men" casting new female regular; and Adam Bernstein to helm FX's "Fargo."
[05/22/13 - 11:18 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, May 22 Updates include: Billy Crystal's "The Comedians" lands at FX; Logan Marshall-Green to topline Cinemax's "Quarry"; and Emma Roberts to join FX's "American Horror Story: Coven."
[04/03/13 - 11:17 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, April 3 Updates include: Emma Rigby boards ABC's "Once Upon a Time" spin-off; USA eyes "Happy Endings" renewal; and three tapped as series regulars on AMC's "The Walking Dead."
DESCRIPTION: (from Cinemax's press release, February 2015) Production will begin March 30 on the eight-episode CINEMAX drama series QUARRY, it was announced by Michael Lombardo, president, HBO Programming. Based on the novels of Max Allan Collins, the show will be directed and executive produced by Greg Yaitanes (CINEMAX's Emmy(R)-winning "Banshee"; Emmy(R) winner for directing "House, M.D."), along with executive producer Steve Golin (HBO's Emmy(R)-nominated "True Detective"). QUARRY is created and executive produced by Graham Gordy & Michael D. Fuller ("Rectify"). QUARRY tells the story of Mac Conway, a Marine who returns home to Memphis from Vietnam in 1972 and finds himself shunned by those he loves and demonized by the public. As he struggles to cope with his experiences at war, Conway is drawn into a network of killing and corruption that spans the length of the Mississippi River. QUARRY stars Logan Marshall-Green ("Prometheus") in the title role; Jodi Balfour ("Final Destination 5") as Joni; Peter Mullan (HBO's "Olive Kitteridge") as The Broker; Nikki Amuka-Bird ("Luther") as Ruth; and Damon Herriman ("Justified") as Buddy; along with Jamie Hector (HBO's "The Wire") as Arthur; Edoardo Ballerini ("Romeo Must Die") as Karl; and Skipp Sudduth ("Ronin") as Lloyd.