[05/10/11 - 09:01 PM] FOX Adds Four, Cancels Five as Upfront Looms Newcomers "Alcatraz," "The Finder," "The New Girl," "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" are in while "Human Target," "Breaking In," "The Chicago Code," "Traffic Light," "Lie to Me" are out.
[03/25/11 - 11:04 PM] Development Update: Friday, March 25 Updates include: Maya Rudolph, Adrian Pasdar tapped for NBC comedies; Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips report to A&E's "Longmire"; and Gale Harold joins "Secret Circle" at The CW.
[03/23/11 - 11:14 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, March 23 Updates include: "Outsourced's" Ben Rappaport tapped for comedy pilot at CBS; Anthony Head returns to NBC's "Free Agents"; and Eliza Dushku has a "Herd Mentality" for CBS.
[03/11/11 - 11:26 PM] Development Update: Friday, March 11 Updates include: Jon Dore, Paget Brewster on board NBC's "Experiment"; Scott Foley is "The Doctor's" son at CBS; and Tom Sizemore plans "Exit Strategy" at FOX.
[03/03/11 - 10:50 PM] Development Update: Thursday, March 3 Updates include: James Callis, Matt Long report to NBC's "17th Precinct"; Ben Aldridge is "Heavenly" for The CW; and Ginnifer Goodwin is Snow White in ABC's "Once Upon a Time."
[03/02/11 - 10:44 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, March 2 Updates include: Kyle Bornheimer, Martin Henderson land pilots in second position; Sarah Paulson to topline Kari Lizer's NBC comedy; and Alexandra Breckenridge to star in The CW's "Cooper & Stone."
[02/28/11 - 10:40 PM] Development Update: Monday, February 28 Updates include: Jaime Pressly joins FOX's "I Hate My Teenage Daughter"; Danny Pino reports to NBC's "S.I.L.A."; and Poppy Montgomery is "The Rememberer" for CBS.
[02/16/11 - 10:46 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, February 16 Updates include: Adrianne Palicki is NBC's "Wonder Woman"; Maria Bello locks into "Prime Suspect," also at NBC; and Mike O'Malley, Michael Emerson land pilots.
[10/11/10 - 06:41 PM] Development Update: Monday, October 11 Updates include: FOX gives series orders to two animated projects; "Prison Break's" T-Bag to crossover with A&E's "Breakout Kings"; and HBO unveils its massive "Too Big to Fail" cast.
STATUS: previously in development (2011-2012 season)
DEVELOPMENT STAGE: ordered to pilot
DESCRIPTION: (from Random House's web site, October 2010) Julie Holland thought she knew what crazy was. Then she came to Bellevue. New York City's Bellevue Hospital, the oldest public hospital in the United States, has a tradition of "serving the underserved" that dates back to 1736. For nine eventful years, Dr. Holland was the weekend physician in charge of Bellevue's psychiatric emergency room, a one-woman front line charged with assessing and treating some of the city's most vulnerable and troubled citizens, its forgotten and forsaken - and its criminally insane. Deciding who gets locked up and who gets talked down would be an awesome responsibility for most people. For Julie Holland, it was just another day at the office." No writer, producer or studio was indicated.