Before the networks unveil their fall lineups later this month, we read nearly 100 broadcast pilot scripts, narrowing the contenders down to the 10 shows you're most likely to be watching this fall:
Meg Ryan has joined the cast of CBS' comedy pilot How I Met Your Dad, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The Sleepless in Seattle actress will play...
Selma Blair has landed her first post-Anger Management role.
The actress has joined Amazon's single-camera ensemble comedy pilot Really, Deadline reports. Scrubs alum Sarah Chalke will play the female lead, alongside Jay Chandrasekhar, who is also writing and directing.
Amazon has ordered two pilots to debut on Amazon Instant Video later this year.
From director and producer Whit Stillman, The Cosmopolitans follows a group of Americans in Paris looking for love and friendship.
ABC's period drama Astronaut Wives Club is getting bumped to midseason, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As first reported by Deadline, the show was scheduled to premiere in July, but ABC is delaying it until midway through the 2014-2015 season.
Nick Frost has been tapped for the lead role on Fox's single-camera comedy pilot Sober Companion, TVGuide.com has learned.
ABC Family has pulled the plug on the Alice in Arabia pilot after receiving numerous complaints that it relied on negative stereotypes of Muslims,Buzzfeed reports.
"The current conversation surrounding our pilot was not what we had envisioned and is certainly not conducive to the creative process, so we've decided not to move forward with this project," a spokesperson for the network said.
Move over Barack Obama, there's a new president in town. Alfre Woodard will play the Commander in Chief in NBC's pilot State of Affairs,TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.
Maggie Q might not be off network TV for long.
The Nikita alum has been tapped to star opposite Dylan McDermott in Kevin Williamson's CBS stalker drama pilot, TVGuide.com has learned.
Academy Award-nominated actresses Catherine Keener and Sally Hawkins have joined the cast of FX's comedy pilot How and Why, TVGuide.com has learned.
In the half-hour comedy, a brilliant man (John Hawkes) is able to explain how and why a nuclear reactor works, but is clueless about the rest of life. After...
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