|[05/09/19 - 11:36 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, May 9 - Odds & Ends
Updates include: TBS cancels "Angie Tribeca"; Scott Wolf signs onto The CW's "Nancy Drew"; and Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television bows out of "Bull" at CBS.
|[04/03/19 - 11:16 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, April 3
Updates include: "Younger" to stay put at TV Land; HBO's "I Know This Much Is True" adds principal cast; and Jason Alexander to lend his voice to FOX's "Richard Lovely."
|[03/22/19 - 11:44 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 22
Updates include: HBO moves forward with "Perry Mason" limited series; Jack Davenport cast in "Why Women Kill" for CBS All Access; and Simone Missick books lead role in CBS's "Courthouse."
|[03/21/19 - 11:23 PM]
Development Update: Thurday, March 21
Updates include: Sam Strike to lead Amazon's "The Dark Tower" TV series; Steven Weber cast in NBC's "Uninsured"; and "Raven's Home" showrunner Eunetta T. Boone passes away.
|[03/07/19 - 11:52 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 7
Updates include: Jennifer Morrison to topline "Under the Bridge" at CBS; Dave Annable to lead ABC's "Heart of Life"; and Thomas Lennon lands title role in FOX's "Richard Lovely."
|[03/05/19 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 5
Updates include: Russell Hornsby scores title role in NBC's "Lincoln"; Michael Sheen to star in FOX's "Prodigal Son"; and Sarah Drew, Walton Goggins to lead respective CBS pilots.
|[02/15/19 - 11:53 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 15
Updates include: Ken Jeong to lead "The Emperor of Malibu" at CBS; Chris Rock to helm "Saving Kenan" for NBC; and Jessica Garza, Johnathan Nieves cast in Showtime's "Penny Dreadful: City of Angels."
|[01/24/19 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, January 24
Updates include: FOX greenlights a pair of comedy pilots; Netflix eyes "Resident Evil" TV series; and NBC orders new pilot for "Friends-in-Law" comedy.
|[09/18/18 - 11:32 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 18
Updates include: Disney plots Loki, Scarlet Witch series for OTT service; Dave Annable, Louis Herthum cast in Netflix's "What/If"; and CBS Television Studios options James Comey's memoir for mini-series adaptation.