[03/23/16 - 06:04 AM]
2016 ABC Program Development Guide - Comedy Series
ABC details its 12 comedy projects under consideration for next season.

[03/15/16 - 11:23 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 15
Updates include: Jennifer Beals to star in NBC's "Taken"; Sakina Jaffrey set as lead in ABC's "Toast"; and Stephen Fry to visit "The Great Indoors" at CBS.

[03/04/16 - 11:32 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 4
Updates include: Adult Swim's "Childrens Hospital" to wrap after seven seasons; ABC Family's "Kevin from Work" misses the cut at Freeform; and Gina Torres to star in ABC's "The Death of Eva Sofia Valdez."

[03/03/16 - 11:28 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 3
Updates include: Jason O'Mara to become "The Infamous" for A&E; Georgina Haig to lead The CW's Mars project; and Coby Bell is bound for "Cruel Intentions" at NBC.

[02/22/16 - 11:48 PM]
Development Update: Monday, February 22
Updates include: Peyton List, Mekhi Phifer cast in The CW's "Frequency"; Dan Byrd first to board ABC's "Model Woman"; and Vanessa Hudgens is bound for NBC's "Powerless."

[02/18/16 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 18
Updates include: Justin Long to lead ABC's "Dream Team"; Geoff Stults set as "The Kicker" for CBS; and Nick D'Agosto to topline NBC's "The Trail."

[02/16/16 - 11:22 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 16
Updates include: A&E cancels its CBS import "Unforgettable"; Freddie Stroma to star in "Time After Time" at ABC; and Joel McHale to topline "The Great Indoors" for CBS.

[02/03/16 - 11:30 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, February 3
Updates include: Barry Sloane, Edwin Hodge cast in History's "Six"; Emily Rios tapped for "The Infamous" at A&E; and WGN America cancels "Manhattan" after two seasons.

[01/26/16 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, January 26
Updates include: Bokeem Woodbine to be "Infamous" for A&E; ABC gives "Dream Team" a pilot order; and FOX likewise greenlights "Zoobiquity" to pilot.

[08/24/15 - 11:44 PM]
Development Update: Monday, August 24
Updates include: Katherine Heigl set as new lead on CBS's "Doubt"; Daniella Alonso cast in TNT's "Animal Kingdom"; and Lynn Whitfield among the first to board OWN's "Greenleaf."

8/24/15 - 3/23/16
previously in development (2016-2017 season)
ordered to pilot
(from ABC's press release, March 2016) Kari Lizer and Bill Wrubel (Will & Grace) bring us Dream Team, based on their experiences as soccer parents. With documentary-style elements, Dream Team centers on club soccer coach Marty Shumacher (Justin Long), a diverse group of girls and their demanding parents. Marty took his last team to the national championships... where they lost in their final game. His misfortune doesn't end there, as his wife recently left him, taking all of the furniture with her. With no team and no wife, Marty decides to get back into the game. He loves being a coach and brings a unique passion and dedication to his team. As the girls train and compete to make the team, their parents are fighting a competition of their own, against other parents, their own spouses and the demands that club soccer makes on their family. While Marty begins coaching the girls into a cohesive team, he must overcome his self-doubt when his ex-wife questions his career path as respectable for a grown man, and then takes his last remaining piece of furniture. After the first game, Marty has to cut someone from the team, the first of many difficult decisions he'll have to make as he guides these girls and their parents through the next ten years of their lives.
· Addison Osta Smith as Miley
· Betty Gilpin as Robin
· Carlos Leal as Carlos Diaz
· Justin Long as Marty Shumacher
· Lindsey Kraft as Michaela
· Michael Mosley as Rick Johnson
· Michelle Buteau as Olga Diaz
· Wanda Sykes as Leslie
· Wynn Everett as Denise Johnson
· Bill Wrubel as CRTR/EP
· Kari Lizer as CRTR/EP
· Marc Buckland as DIR (Pilot)
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
· Here Comes Scrappy
· Kari's Logo Here
· Warner Bros. Television