[01/12/15 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Monday, January 12
Updates include: Eric McCormack to reunite with Debra Messing on "The Mysteries of Laura"; Mary Murphy formally exits "So You Think You Can Dance"; and Syfy's "Childhood's End" rounds out its cast.

[05/10/13 - 07:23 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 10 - Networks Pass on 13 More Pilots
CBS's "Beverly Hills Cop," ABC's "Big Thunder" and NBC's "The John Mulaney Show" are among the projects not moving forward at their respective networks.

[04/16/13 - 11:36 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, April 16
Updates include: Amy Aquino exits ABC's "Divorce: A Love Story"; Phill Lewis, Jennifer Aspen join CBS comedy pilot; and Oliver Cooper is bound for "Californication."

[04/08/13 - 11:12 PM]
Development Update: Monday, April 8
Updates include: Seaton Smith joins NBC's "The John Mulaney Show"; Oxygen may pass on a new season of "The Glee Project"; and Maggie Elizabeth Jones joins "Mother's Day" at CBS.

[04/04/13 - 12:12 PM]
2013 ABC Program Development Guide - Comedy Series
ABC details its 12 comedy pilots under consideration for next season.

[03/27/13 - 11:31 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 27
Updates include: NBC eyes "Chicago Fire" spin-off; Regina King joins ABC's "Divorce: A Love Story"; and Rob Huebel cast in "Jacked Up" at CBS.

[03/13/13 - 11:13 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 13
Updates include: NBC begins casting a fourth season of "The Sing-Off"; the fan-funded "Veronica Mars" movie is a go; and Kristin Davis joins "Bad Teacher" at CBS.

[03/11/13 - 11:43 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 11
Updates include: John Malkovich to play Blackbeard in NBC's "Crossbones"; Josh Lucas, Lynn Collins to lead A&E's "Occult"; and Kathryn Morris, Skeet Ulrich return to CBS in pilots.

[02/22/13 - 11:36 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 22
Updates include: Ken Jeong reports to "Spy" at ABC; James Van Der Beek has "Friends With Better Lives" at CBS; and Henry Ian Cusick boards "The Hundred" at The CW.

[02/07/13 - 11:19 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 7
Updates include: David Walton tapped as lead on NBC's "About a Boy"; Emma Roberts to star in FOX's "Delirium"; and CBS greenlights three more comedy pilots.

[02/01/13 - 11:27 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 1
Updates include: Rob Riggle to lead FOX's "The Gabriels"; Daniella Pineda joins "The Originals" at The CW; and CBS adds "Second Sight" to its pilot roster.

[10/31/11 - 10:31 PM]
Development Update: Monday, October 31
Updates include: Bravo renews "Million Dollar Decorators"; David Simon sets end date for HBO's "Treme"; and Queen Latifah to return to daytime talk.

10/31/11 - 1/12/15
previously in development (2013-2014 season)
ordered to pilot
network passed on 5/10/13; filmed on 4/27/13
(from ABC's press release, April 2013) Kenny and Robin were terrible as a married couple, but as exes, they're extraordinary. If only they'd skipped the marriage completely and gone straight to the divorce. Their friends Ike and Cassandra enjoy a happily dysfunctional marriage while Kenny's long-wedded parents, Harold and Irma, enjoy a level of intimacy that involves a daily discussion of their fiber intake. For newly-divorced Kenny and Robin, everything was rosy: they were finally getting along and had clear boundaries. Robin was living with their infant daughter Maya and Kenny was back in his parents' home on the other side of town. Things were going so well, in fact, they decided to celebrate their 1- month divorce anniversary....by sleeping together. Twice. Now they're in serious danger of screwing up the best thing that ever happened to them. Kenny's convinced that the problem with their marriage was the marriage and now that that's out of the way, he sees no reason why they can't be together. So he moves from his overbearing parents' home into a brand new apartment, right across the hall from Robin. Robin thinks the secret to their successful divorce is boundaries, and with Kenny now right across the hall, their unwedded bliss could be in jeopardy. From executive producers Daniel Lappin, Mike Sikowitz (RULES OF ENGAGEMENT), Jamie Tarses (HAPPY ENDINGS) and Noa Tishby, and based on Israel's longest running sitcom, comes a contemporary comedy about modern romance: Divorce: A Love Story.
· ??? as Irma
· Adam Goldberg as Ike
· Amy Aquino as Irma (Originally Cast)
· Andrea Anders as Robin
· Jason Jones as Kenny
· Regina King as Cassandra
· Daniel Lappin as CRTR/EP
· Mike Sikowitz as CRTR/EP
· Noa Tishby as EP
· Pamela Fryman as DIR (Pilot)
· comedy (all)
· comedy (multi-camera)
· ABC Studios
· Reshet
· Sony Pictures Television