[05/28/11 - 05:44 PM] Development Update: May 26-28 By The Futon Critic Staff (TFC)
LOS ANGELES (thefutoncritic.com) -- The latest development news, culled from recent wire reports:
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CRIMINAL MINDS (CBS) - Paget Brewster is returning to the veteran crime drama while recent addition Rachel Nichols won't be back. The former had a reduced role on the series this past season while Nichols was brought in to fill the void left by the departure of co-star A.J. Cook. Now with Cook and Brewster back on the show, Nichols's departure isn't much of a surprise. Brewster was previously attached to "My Life as an Experiment," a comedy pilot at NBC which didn't go forward, allowing producer ABC Studios the option to bring back the actress. Co-star Thomas Gibson remains the only cast member unsigned for next season as negotiations are ongoing. (May 28)
MY FORMERLY HOT LIFE (ABC) - John Hoberg and Kat Likkel ("Better With You") have been tapped to pen the small screen take on Stephanie Dolgoff's bestselling memoir/blog of the same name, "a comedic look at the good, the bad, and the ugly moments in a woman's life as she adjusts to the realization that she is no longer forever 21." ABC Studios is behind the half-hour, which Julie Anne Robinson is on board to direct and executive produce alongside the duo. Dolgoff, Christy Fletcher and Rebecca Gradinger of Fletcher & Co. will likewise receive co-executive producer credits. (May 26).
[07/27/15 - 12:58 PM] Ashley Gorman Joins "FABLife" as Director Premiering in national syndication on Monday, September 14, the daily talker features Emmy-winning talk show host, supermodel, and businesswoman Tyra Banks leading an influential panel of lifestyle experts.
[07/27/15 - 12:05 PM] Official Key Art for HBO's "Show Me a Hero" Based on the nonfiction book of the same name by Lisa Belkin, the miniseries explores notions of home, race and community through the lives of elected officials, bureaucrats, activists and ordinary citizens in Yonkers, NY.