[03/06/13 - 11:37 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, March 6 Updates include: Scott Bakula returns to TNT in Geena Davis-led pilot; Sara Gilbert joins "Bad Teacher" at CBS; and Ben Rappaport, Bill Engvall to star in "Do It Yourself" at TBS.
[11/15/12 - 11:13 PM] Development Update: Thursday, November 15 Updates include: FX cancels "Unsupervised"; Anthony Bourdain pulls the plug on Travel Channel's "The Layover"; and Cinemax to try and keep "Hunted" alive.
[10/14/11 - 10:55 PM] Development Update: Friday, October 14 Updates include: Peter Tolan back at ABC with new comedy; HBO's "Scar Tissue" jumps to FX; and John Glenn to reimagine "Treasure Island" at NBC.
[09/22/11 - 10:35 PM] Development Update: Thursday, September 22 Updates include: Michael Imperioli, Adrian Pasdar join HBO's "40"; Melissa George is Cinemax's "Nemesis"; and David Kohan and Max Mutchnick land two pilots.
ADDITIONAL NOTES: completed airing its first season on 12/7/12; has yet to be renewed for a second season
DESCRIPTION: (from Cinemax's press release, September 2012) From "The X-Files" writer and producer Frank Spotnitz comes HUNTED, an eight-episode drama series set in the world of international espionage. Golden Globe nominee Melissa George (HBO's "In Treatment") stars as Sam Hunter, a skilled, gutsy operative for Byzantium, a secretive private firm involved in global intelligence and espionage. After surviving an attempt on her life that may have been orchestrated by members of her own team, she returns to work, but doesn't know who to trust. Shot on location in Europe, the primetime suspense show debuts FRIDAY, OCT. 19 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT) on CINEMAX. The cast of HUNTED also includes Adam Rayner ("Hawthorne," "Dragon Age: Redemption"), Stephen Dillane (HBO's "Game of Thrones" and "John Adams"), Stephen Campbell Moore ("The Bank Job," "The History Boys"), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje ("Lost," CINEMAX's "Strike Back"), Morven Christie ("The Sinking of the Laconia"), Lex Shrapnel ("Captain America: The First Avenger"), Indira Varma ("Human Target," HBO's "Rome"), Dhaffer L'Abidine ("Sex and the City 2") and Patrick Malahide ("Billy Elliot," HBO's "Five Days").