[10/07/10 - 06:15 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, October 7
Updates include: Wilmer Valderrama to topline ABC comedy; Lifetime orders "Brighton Beach"; and CBS is developing a drama based on "The Locator's" Troy Dunn.

[07/01/10 - 06:22 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, July 1
Updates include: "Chaos" falls apart at CBS; Kyle Bornheimer joins NBC's "Perfect Couples"; and cast options are extended on various projects.

[06/06/10 - 05:21 PM]
The Futon's First Look: "Wright vs. Wrong" (ABC)

[06/01/10 - 06:40 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, June 1
Updates include: Liz Vassey to depart "CSI"; ABC to revisit "How to Be a Better American"; and Jason Priestley to recur on ABC's "Scoundrels."

[05/15/10 - 01:20 PM]
Development Update: Saturday, May 15
Updates include: TBS lands off-network rights to "The Big Bang Theory"; recasting hits NBC's "Harry's Law," "Friends With Benefits"; and Paul Reiser's "Next" to become NBC's 12th new scripted show next season.

[04/05/10 - 12:08 AM]
Development Update: Monday, April 5
Updates include: Jonathan Slavin joins CBS's "Team Spitz"; Tisha Campbell-Martin books "Wright vs. Wrong" at ABC; and Tyler James Williams added to "Our Show" at NBC.

[03/25/10 - 02:45 PM]
2010 ABC Program Development Guide - Comedy Series
ABC details its 12 comedy pilots under consideration for next season.

[03/25/10 - 12:05 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 25
Updates include: Katherine Heigl makes "Grey's" exit official; Jennifer Love Hewitt among "Love Bites" guest stars at NBC; and Melissa McCarthy to topline "Mike & Molly" at CBS.

[03/08/10 - 12:04 AM]
Development Update: Monday, March 8
Updates include: TBS casts two pilots; Aly Michalka books the lead on The CW's "Hellcats"; and Kathy Bates is on track to topline NBC's "Kindreds."

[03/04/10 - 12:08 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 4
Updates include: Debra Messing is "Wright" for ABC; Blair Underwood to play "The Event's" president on NBC; and Scott Porter is one of The CW's "Nomads."

[02/25/10 - 12:01 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 25
Updates include: Jason Jones is a "Better American" for ABC; Scott Patterson books "The Event" at NBC; and "The Deep End's" Ben Lawson joins ABC's "Freshmen."

[02/04/10 - 06:45 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 4
Updates include: Gary Cole is "Uncle Nigel" for TBS; HBO's "True Blood" adds a 15th role for season three; and Emily Rose to topline Syfy's "Haven."

2/4/10 - 10/7/10
previously in development (2010-2011 season)
ordered to pilot
(from ABC's press release, March 2010) The problem with being a public figure is that it can be pretty hard to have a good private life. Especially when you're Evelyn Wright, a conservative pundit who happens to be one of the most polarizing figures in America. Wright is a rising star in the right-wing political arena. She's intelligent, confident, beautiful, and of course, Christian. That's all great, but her personal life leaves something to be desired. Evelyn has Baker, her amazing fianc, but she realizes she doesn't have any close female friends to be her bridesmaids. Oh sure, there's Crystal, her personal assistant who doubles as Evelyn's punching bag. Or maybe Joan, Evelyn's no-nonsense manager who's busy pushing Evelyn's new book, Democrap. She does have Adrian, her liberal-minded ghostwriter, but he's a guy and everyone knows he's just killing time until he can score a job at The Daily Show. Pretty much the only people who hang out with Evelyn, besides her fianc, are the ones who are paid to be there. Sadly, the only woman she really relates to is Keri Daly, her liberal counterpart and sparring partner. Everyone knows Evelyn's a brilliant strategist, but can Wright ever get her personal life right? Written by Stephanie Weir (Mad TV), Andy Fickman directs and is one of the executive producers of this single camera comedy along with Debra Messing, Mitch Hurwitz (Arrested Development), and Betsy Thomas (My Boys). Wright Vs. Wrong is the workplace comedy that shows that even the toughest and most opinionated public figures are privately just as insecure as the rest of us.
· ??? as Baker McKay
· ??? as Scarletta
· Carrie Fisher as Joan Harrington
· Cheryl Hines as Keri Daly
· Debra Messing as Evelyn Wright
· Melissa Rauch as Crystal Ball
· Patrick Fugit as Adrian Manly
· Tisha Campbell-Martin as Gail Donart
· Andy Fickman as DIR (Pilot)
· Betsy Thomas as EP
· Debra Messing as EP
· Eric Tannenbaum as EP
· Kim Tannenbaum as EP
· Mitch Hurwitz as EP
· Molly Madden as EP
· Stephnie Weir as CRTR/CO-EP
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
· Sony Pictures Television
· Tantamount