USA is developing 12 new series, including a comedy executive-produced by Kelsey Grammer and a drama from Dick Wolf and Peter Jankowski.
Wood and Jankowski (Law & Order) are teaming up for an untitled project about an insurance investigator who gets divorced and marries a trophy wife — that happens to be a man.
The network's drama slate also includes Bang Bang, written and executive-produced by Tim Schlattmann (Dexter) and Pierce Brosnan, which tells story of an unlikely partnership between a hitman and a novice hired gun; Rare, about a hot new restaurant in San Francisco's Bay Area and its mysterious chef; and Mind Fields, inspired by MIT's legendary prank tradition.
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Also receiving a green light: Fallen
, a series about a cop who develops a rare condition allowing him to see "emotions" and We Counted Your Knives
, from the executive producers of Covert Affairs
, which follows a discharged Army medic who returns home in pursuit of the American dream.
Kelsey Grammer's The Dicicco Brothers joins USA's comedy slate. The series follows a promising internet entrepreneur who hopes to make it big after moving to Silicon Valley.
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Other announced comedies include Benched
, from executive producer Mark Gordon
, Criminal Minds
), which follows Nina, a woman who loses her boyfriend and job in the same day, and later finds work at the Public Defender's office; Regulars
, about a group of misfit customers and employees at a New Jersey bar; and Start-Up
, about two guys who fear commitment and dream of being their own bosses.
The network also announced reality projects Bride or Best Man
, a series in which the groom and best man are in charge of planning the big day, and Romancing the Globe
, from executive producer Mark Burnett
, which takes romantic hopefuls on a trip around the globe in search for love.
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