Hilary Duff, Sutton Foster
Sutton Foster and Hilary Duff are set to star in TV Land's sitcom pilotYounger from Sex and the City's Darren Star. The single-camera comedy, based on Pamela Redmon Satran's novel, will also star Debi Mazar and Miriam Shor.
HBO is developing a new comedy series from Sex and the City creator Darren Star that would star Goldie Hawn, Deadline reports.
The project, based on the book The Viagra Diaries, would be Hawn's first acting role since The Banger Sisters almost ten years...
Brothers & Sisters
ABC has given series orders to dramas Charlie's Angels, Good Christian Belles, Pan Am, Revenge, The River, Once Upon a Time and Shonda Rhimes' Scandal, as well as comedies starring Tim Allen, James Van Der Beek and Chris Moynihan. The network also canceled Brothers & Sisters, Mr. Sunshine, Detroit 187, Off the Map, No Ordinary Family and struggling alien-invasion drama V.
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Considered an early lock at the network, Charlie's Angels (which TVGuide.com had spotlighted as one of its 11 Promising Pilots) is a Miami-set remake of the 1970s series starring...
Kristin Chenoweth has been cast in ABC's Good Christian B------ pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
The series centers on former high school mean girl Amanda (Leslie Bibb), who returns to Dallas after her marriage ends in scandal, hoping for a second chance with those she once bullied.
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Chenoweth, 42, will play Darlene...
Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis
ABC has given the greenlight to seven drama pilots, one of which comes from Lost writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, and another from Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry.
Once Upon a Time, written and executive produced by Kitsis and Horowitz, follows the story of...
Real Housewives of New York City
Bravo recently announced that it will add a fifth night of original programming, so it's developing a slew of new original series, including another Real Housewives franchise and a scripted dramedy about male prostitutes. Read our snap judgments on the lineup and then tell us in the comments section which series have the potential to be your newest guilty pleasure.
Million Dollar Decorators
What It Is: High-end interior decorators in L.A. work with the multi-million-dollar budgets of their wealthy clientele.
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Bravo is breaking new ground with plans to begin a fifth day of programming and venture into scripted series — including one about a power broker who's a drag queen by night and another following male hookers.
I'm Not Myself These Days comes from Sex and the City creator Darren Star and is about a married man who leads a cross-dressing double life. Room Service chronicles men who work as escorts out of a high-end hotel.
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Bravo — known almost exclusively for its original unscripted programming —also gave the greenlight Wednesday to...
Now that the new 90210 has found success (thus, that full-season pickup), will Melrose Place be next?
The good news? Series creator Darren Star says it's a possibility he'd be interested in pursuing, acknowledging that it's been up for discussion on the development side. "Regardless of whether they do it or not, whether I'm part of it or not, I think it would be a fun thing to do," he told TVGuide.com. "I wouldn't be surprised if it happened -- If it can be put together in the right way," he added.
Plus, the new 90210's success — and the requisite fandom surrounding it — is not lost Star. "I love it," he said of the redux. "I mean, it’s incredible to see a show that I was a part of, that many people were a part of for so many years, come back, and that the audience still has an affection for the show."
The bad news? Find out, after the jump!
Jill Scott by Paul Morigi/WireImage.com
HBO has greenlit a stack of new series, including several that center on women, as well as pilots for new series from David Milch and Darren Star.The roster of female-dominated shows starts with The Ladies' No. 1 Detective Agency, a Botswana-based story adapted from Alexander McCall Smith's book series. According to Variety, filmmakers Anthony Minghella and Richard Curtis are on for the project, which stars chanteuse/actress Jill Scott as Precious Ramostwe. Will & Grace alumna Jhoni Marchinko, meanwhile, heads up the net's new comedy, Driving Around with Joni, the Reporter says. The series follows a 40-year-old widow who drives around Los Angeles all day with her French bulldog, seeking meaning in the wake of her husband's death.Along with the dramedy duo, HBO's also greenlit a pilot order for Last of the Ninth, a "gritty cop drama" from David Milch. Fellow TV behemoth Darren Star is also prepping a new pilot. He and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas are developing Diary of a Manhattan Ca...
Question: Even with the summer programming ahead of us, I was looking forward to the new fall season, as I do every year. But I am stunned by the dearth of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered characters among the fall offerings on the broadcast networks. In fact, the only one I am aware of is a possible lesbian character in Cashmere Mafia, which, of course, could change by airtime, if it gets to air. Although Greg Berlanti (Dirty Sexy Money and Eli Stone), Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies), Darren Star (the afore-mentioned Cashmere Mafia) and Alan Poul (Swingtown) are behind the scenes on some of the offerings and will bring their sensibilities to their respective projects, that doesn't necessarily mean lead, supporting or even recurring LGBT characters on their shows. Not that those behind-the-scenes LGBT folk should always include a character in their show, but could they be deliberately shying away from doing so in order to show the broadcast networks that not every project they do ...