|[03/23/16 - 11:30 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 23
Updates include: Emma Stone, Jonah Hill to lead "Maniac" at Netflix; Enrique Murciano to get "Broken" by ABC; and "Criminal Minds" regular departs after 11 seasons.
|[03/22/16 - 11:25 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 22
Updates include: Peter Serafinowicz cast as Amazon's "The Tick"; Parker Sawyers books role on "Miranda's Rights" at NBC; and Bruce Greenwood is bound for ABC's "Dirty Dancing."
|[03/09/16 - 11:25 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 9
Updates include: Leighton Meester is "Making History" for FOX; Anna Paquin to get "Broken" at ABC; and Holt McCallany to lead Netflix's "Mind Hunter."
|[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.
|[02/19/16 - 11:35 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 19
Updates include: Philip Winchester to lead NBC's "Chicago Law"; Golden Brooks cast in "Lethal Weapon" at FOX; and Olivia DeJonge signs on for "Will" at TNT.
|[02/12/16 - 11:28 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 12
Updates include: Damon Wayans, Sr. to play Roger Murtaugh in FOX's "Lethal Weapon"; NBC formally orders "Maya and Marty in Manhattan" to series; and Natalie Martinez to lead FOX's "APB."
|[01/22/16 - 11:37 PM]
Development Update: Friday, January 22
Updates include: HBO rescinds series order for "Brothers in Atlanta"; NBC greenlights three comedy, two drama pilots; and CBS likewise orders pilots for new comedy and drama.
|[08/18/15 - 11:38 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, August 18
Updates include: Syfy pulls the plug on "Haven" after five seasons; Jennifer Schuur, Josh Reims exit "The Catch" at ABC; and Martin Short signs onto NBC's Maya Rudolph variety show.