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M. Night Shyamalan Developing Event Thriller for Fox

M. Night Shyamalan is developing a new event series for Fox, the network announced Tuesday at the Television Critics Association winter TV previews.

The drama, Wayward Pines, is inspired by Blake Crouch's bestselling novel Pines and follows Secret Service agent Ethan Burke as he tracks down two missing agents in a rural Idaho town. But as Ethan becomes more involved in the mysteries of Wayward Pines, Idaho, he moves farther away from everything he once knew.read more

CSI Creator Developing Alice in Wonderland Series for NBC

Another fairy tale is getting the small screen treatment.

NBC is developing a drama series based on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland from CSI creator Anthony Zuiker, Deadline reports.

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Miranda Lambert Developing P.I. Dramedy Inspired by Her Childhood for NBC

Miranda Lambert will produce a new dramedy for NBC inspired by her unusual childhood, Deadline reports.

The series will focus on a couple running a successful detective agency while also raising two teenagers.read more

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2011 The Playboy Club TV Show Series, Executive Producer

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The Playboy Club Boss on the Difference Between Bunnies and Playmates

The main thing that Chad Hodge wants you to know about his upcoming NBC series The Playboy Club is that it's not about the centerfolds. When Hodge, who last created The CW drama Runaway, was first approached by the studio to do a show about Hugh Hefner's famous Playboy Bunnies, his reaction was, "Is this going to be a scripted version of The Girls Next Door? No, thank you."

But that was before he knew about the rather significant difference between Bunnies and the Playmates. Hef's Bunnies... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Playboy Out of the Closet

The September 19 premiere of NBC's 1960s-set The Playboy Club will reveal that one of the bunnies is a closeted lesbian married to a gay man. Openly gay series star Amber Heard, who plays the straight Maureen, was surprised to see the original depiction of the lesbian bunny as butch.

"She was originally written to be different from the other girls in the way that she dressed and carried herself — with less feminine grace," says Amber, who convinced executive producer Chad Hodge to rewrite the character.... read more

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