The Devil's Advocate
NBC is making a deal with the Devil.
The network has given a put pilot commitment to a television series based on the 1997 thriller The Devil's Advocate, Deadline reports.
AMC has ordered the pilot White City, which follows Western diplomats and journalists in Afghanistan, the network announced Friday.
From Criminal Minds and Low Winter Sun writer Chris Mundy, White Cityfeatures Jon Liston, who goes against advice and overreaches in an attempt to talk with insurgent leaders. The fallout of his decision forces Jon to find a new role in Kabul as he begins to question whether there's any good for him or any Westerner to do in Afghanistan.
Demons are the new zombies — at least according to Robert Kirkman. The Walking Dead creator made that declaration Friday at Comic-Con when announcing that a pilot for an adaptation of his latest comic, Outcast, was in pre-production at Cinemax.
USA has ordered the drama Mr. Robot, from True Detective executive producer Steve Golin, to pilot, the network announced Monday at the Television Critics Association's fall previews.
The project is about a young programmer, Elliot, who suffers from a...
For the first time ever, more drama pilots are being filmed in New York than Los Angeles, according to a new report from the organization Film LA.
During the most recent development season, 24 drama pilots were shot in the Big Apple, as opposed to 19 that were filmed in LA.
Showtime has given a pilot order for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, a 30-minute "comedy with musical elements" from writers Aline Brosh McKenna and Rachel Bloom.
Bloom stars in the project as Rebecca, a successful, driven, and possibly crazy young woman who impulsively gives up her partnership at a prestigious law firm and her upscale apartment in Manhattan to move to West Covina, California looking for love.
Cameron Crowe, J.J. Abrams
Cameron Crowe is hitting the road again, but this time he's bringing a few familiar faces along for the ride.
Showtime has ordered the comedy pilot Roadies from the Oscar-winning writer-director, who...
Sarah Baker, Georgia King
Matthew Perry's latest series is already undergoing some tinkering.
Georgia King and Sarah Baker, who were both set to be series regulars alongside Perry on CBS' reboot of The Odd Couple, have exited the show for creative reasons, TVGuide.com has confirmed.