LOS ANGELES (thefutoncritic.com) -- "No decisions yet on either of those shows," ABC Family President Michael Riley told reporters about the future of "Make It or Break It" and "Nine Lives of Chloe King" following the network's session at the TCA Summer Press Tour. "We're very excited about all of our concepts and we're excited about a great summer."
"Nine Lives" currently ranks as the least-watched of the channel's four summer dramas (1.377 million viewers on average to date), behind "Switched at Birth" (2.748 million), "Pretty Little Liars" (2.657 million) and "Secret Life of the American Teenager" (2.589 million). "Make It" wrapped its 10-episode spring run back in May (1.639 million on average).
Riley likewise didn't have much to update about "Mockingbird" and "Cloak & Dagger," its two projects in the works with Marvel Comics. "There's just in development right now but we're really excited about working with Marvel." He did however clarify that the latter won't necessarily be set in New Orleans as previously reported. "As part of the development process we're looking at a number of different locations and we love obviously the history and the storied past of New Orleans. It's just a great wealth of storylines."