[04/21/14 - 11:37 PM] Development Update: Monday, April 21 Updates include: John Turturro to succeed Robert De Niro in HBO's "Criminal Justice"; Jay Chandrasekhar lands "Really" at Amazon; and David Manson inks overall deal with FX Productions.
[09/25/13 - 11:55 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, September 25 Updates include: Robert De Niro to succeed James Gandolfini on HBO's "Criminal Justice"; Emily Osment to star in ABC Family's "Young & Hungry"; and TBS gives pilot order to "Mostly Likely."
[05/13/13 - 11:07 PM] Development Update: Monday, May 13 Updates include: HBO's "Criminal Justice" set as seven-part limited series; Britne Oldford joins ABC Family's "Ravenswood"; and CBS puts the brakes on additional pickups.
[02/19/13 - 11:38 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, February 19 Updates include: Tricia Helfer to lead ABC's "Killer Women"; Ari Graynor tapped as "Bad Teacher" for CBS; and Michael Peña to search for "The List" at FOX.
[09/19/12 - 11:11 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, September 19 Updates include: James Gandolfini to star in HBO's "Criminal Justice"; Netflix acquires Ricky Gervais-led "Derek"; and Rachel Boston joins Lifetime's "Witches of East End."
STATUS: previously in development (2014-2015 season)
DEVELOPMENT STAGE: ordered to series
ADDITIONAL NOTES: seven episodes
DESCRIPTION: domestic take on Peter Moffat's U.K. series, about an ambulance-chasing New York City attorney who gets in over-his-head when he takes on the case of a Pakistani accused of murdering a girl on the Upper West Side