[04/05/17 - 10:14 AM]
2017 ABC Program Development Guide - Drama Series
ABC details its 14 drama projects under consideration for next season.

[03/22/17 - 11:51 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 22
Updates include: Kristen Johnston cast in "Real Life" at CBS; Beau Garrett to visit "The Good Doctor" for ABC; and David Boreanaz tapped as new lead of Seal Team 6 drama at CBS.

[03/20/17 - 11:24 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 20
Updates include: Peyton List signs onto "Mission Control" at CBS; Colin Farrell, Yorgos Lanthimos team for limited series at Amazon; and Tommy Flanagan tapped for NBC's "Redliners."

[03/17/17 - 11:32 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 17
Updates include: Alyssa Milano to get "Insatiable" for The CW; Jacqueline Obradors cast in FX's "Mayans MC"; and Tracy Spiridakos to recur on NBC's "Chicago PD."

[03/16/17 - 11:21 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 16
Updates include: Rachel Griffiths to find "Salvation" for NBC; Nia Long to lead ABC's spin-off from "The Goldbergs"; and Ryan Murphy brings "Pose" series to FX.

[03/07/17 - 11:46 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 7
Updates include: Laverne Cox to play ABC's "The Trustee"; Patricia Clarkson boards "Sharp Objects" at HBO; and Tim DeKay, Zachary Knighton tapped for FOX's "Linda from HR."

[03/06/17 - 11:33 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 6
Updates include: Noah Wyle is a "Perfect Citizen" for CBS; Jon Cryer is "Losing It" for ABC; and Netflix eyes follow up to "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life."

[02/17/17 - 11:56 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 17
Updates include: Anders Holm, Andy Favreau to topline NBC comedy pilot; Matt Barr set as male lead in The CW's "Valor"; and Jack Davenport signs onto ABC's "Doomsday."

[02/15/17 - 11:35 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, February 15
Updates include: "The Big Bang Theory" nears two-season renewal by CBS; Amazon gives second season to "Goliath"; and Mike Vogel to lead "For God & Country" at NBC.

[01/26/17 - 11:46 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, January 26
Updates include: Brandon Micheal Hall to lead ABC's city mayor project; Craig Robinson/Adam Scott-led "Ghosted" gets pilot order from FOX; and NBC gives green light to three comedy pilots.

[12/01/16 - 11:43 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, December 1
Updates include: Regina King bound for Netflix's "Seven Seconds"; Keisha Castle-Hughes in talks for Discovery's "Manifesto"; and Trae Crowder, Nick Thune to lead comedies for FOX, ABC.

12/1/16 - 4/5/17
previously in development (2017-2018 season)
ordered to pilot
(from ABC's press release, April 2017) Detective Eliza Radley has developed a reputation for herself in San Francisco's North Precinct. Her undeniable instincts close cases, but her reckless behavior in the field has cost her a few partners. Now she's in hot water with her boss, Captain Waits, who can't find a cop willing to partner with her. Just as Radley discovers a sex trafficking ring shuttling young girls from Mexico into prostitution, Captain Waits puts her on strict desk duty. Driven to save the girls from danger, Radley is determined to find a way back onto the case. By chance, Radley discovers an unlikely partner: her precinct's trustee, Amanda Jones. Jones is finishing the last year of her 5-year prison sentence by serving as the police station trustee, performing menial and janitorial tasks at the station. But Jones's insight into this particular case could be Radley's only way to rescue the girls, so Radley breaks the rules and takes Jones out of the precinct to search for leads. Jones proves useful to Radley with her ability to anticipate a criminal's next move. But the risk-averse and extroverted Jones quickly clashes with Radley, who is willing to break the rules but is emotionally closed off. Soon, the two begin to see other sides of each other. Upon meeting Jones's grandmother Odelle, Radley realizes the toll prison has taken on Jones' relationships. And Jones understands Radley's emotional walls when they visit Radley's father Anthony, a retired cop who has never recovered from the death of his son. Though Jones and Radley have completely opposing views on crime and punishment, a successful partnership is born. THE TRUSTEE is a fun buddy cop dramedy from Elizabeth's Banks' Brownstone Productions and written and executive produced by Jay Scherick and David Ronn.
· Berto Colon as Martinez
· David Warshofsky as Anthony Radley
· Gail Bean
· L. Scott Caldwell as Odelle Jones
· Lance Gross as J.D. Hayes
· Laverne Cox as Amanda Jones
· Meaghan Rath as Eliza Radley
· Michael Cudlitz as Timothy Waits
· Tim Kang as Henry Wu
· David Ronn as CRTR/EP
· Elizabeth Banks as EP
· Jay Sherick as CRTR/EP
· Max Handelman as EP
· Michael Engler as DIR (Pilot)
· drama
· Brownstone Productions
· Warner Bros. Television