Here is described as a drama about a female state trooper whose husband is killed. As a way to cope, she takes over his life and finds spirituality in the process.
Loco from CBS Television Studios revolves around a couple whose best friends are killed and are tasked with integrating four unusual and gifted kids into their family.
The Club revolves around a flamed-out bad-boy golf pro and the out-of-control employees at a country club who are forced to change their ways when the owner brings in a no-nonsense woman to run the place.
NBC’s Grow The F**k Up, produced by Universal Television, centers on a 36-year-old woman with arrested development who has a relationship with the only person who gets her — a 20-year-old college student.
CBS’ How To Grow Up, from ABC Studios, centers on a 30-year-old lawyer who reconnects with his inner child when he discovers a box of VHS taped messages he recorded when he was 10 years old; each recording contains pointed advice for his future self on how to not grow up to be a “stupid, boring adult.”
First, the premium cable network is developing a comedy about three friends in San Francisco who explore the fun and sometimes overwhelming options available to a new generation of gay men.
Second, Grant is on board to write an untitled drama based on the Israeli series Ran Quartet for CBS. The drama, created by Giyora Yahalom and Oren Jakobi, is a medical show centered around quadruplets.
Third, the CW is finalizing a deal with Grant to executive produce a drama titled Blink. Written by Vera Herbert (Awkward), the CBS Television Studios is described as a dark family story about a girl whose father is in a coma.
The untitled Sense and Sensibility take is described as a modern reworking of Jane Austin’s story set in the world of medicine, where three devoted sisters have their lives turned upside down when the father who abandoned them during their childhood returns, seeking more than forgiveness.
Paradise Falls, which hails from Universal Television Studios, revolves around a down-on-his-luck documentary filmmaker sent by a crime reality show to cover a trial of a heinous crime that has engulfed the town of Paradise Falls, Pa. As he looks into the facts, he uncovers corruption and deceit at every turn and realizes the case is merely a smoke screen for the town’s twisted ambition for fame and profit.
Erica Messer and Janine Sherman Barrois are set to pen “Darkness Falls,” which will explore the dynamic of an FBI psychologist and a homicide specialist as they solve the darkest single murders.
The untitled project is based on Hertz’s early relationship with his wife and centers on a young couple that meets and moves in together very quickly and then has to navigate their very different ways of looking at life.
Written by Diego Gutierrez (The Shield), The Cisco Kid is described as a modern day re-retelling of the classic story of a handsome outlaw and his faithful sidekick in the vein of Lethal Weapon. It follows Cisco as he returns to Los Angeles after serving several tours as a Marine in Afghanistan. After witnessing the murder of his father, Cisco and his best friend/fellow Marine, Sam, team up to solve the case and subsequently find themselves doing what the authorities can’t — defending the city’s oppressed and disenfranchised.
Co-written by Stollak and Donald Todd (Samantha Who?), Granny Is My Wingman chronicles the dating lives of a twenty-something woman and her grandmother.
CBS has bought an untitled multi-camera comedy produced by Sony Pictures TV where Scherick and Ronn had a blind script deal. It centers on two very opposite brothers forced by circumstance to move their two very opposite families into the same house.
The untitled project, which Baum will write and executive produce, centers on Dr. John Sherman — the most powerful doctor in the nation, the Surgeon General, who has 315 million patients. As “America’s Doctor,” Sherman and his team battle the powerful forces of politics and business, fighting to protect the health of everyday Americans.
Loosely inspired by Gallivan’s life, the big family comedy revolves around an Irish-Catholic, sports-crazed Boston clan and the gay son whose greatest sin is not his sexuality but his desire to spend less time with his family.
The drama centers on an elite force recon Marine who, after a near-fatal accident in combat overseas, makes a promise to God to clear the debt of the lives he’s taken if he safely returns home to his family. Once he does return home, he settles back into his former career as a police detective to make good on his promise, guided by the angel of his best friend, who died in the accident.
Ian Sander and Kim Moses’ newly independent Sander/Moses Prods. (The Ghost Whisperer) has set up dramas at ABC and CBS and has put several reality projects in development. The duo serve as executive produce on all shows.