|[10/12/17 - 11:14 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, October 12
Updates include: The CW eyes immigration-themed revival of "Roswell"; NBC takes another stab at a "Blue Crush" TV series; and Alice Krige, Jared Harris among latest bound for Amazon's "Carnival Row."
|[10/11/17 - 11:50 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, October 11
Updates include: BET gives "Being Mary Jane" two-hour swan song; Victor Garber to depart "DC's Legends of Tomorrow"; and Michael Irby cast in revamped "Sons of Anarchy" spin-off.
|[06/30/17 - 11:21 PM]
Development Update: Friday, June 30
Updates include: NBC cancels "The Carmichael Show" after three seasons; Daniel Dae Kim, Grace Park to exit "Hawaii Five-0"; and Mahershala Ali to talks to lead new season of HBO's "True Detective."
|[06/12/17 - 11:06 PM]
Development Update: Monday, June 12
Updates include: ABC's "Bachelor in Paradise" halts production over "allegations of misconduct"; Damon Gupton to exit "Criminal Minds"; and MTV's "Loosely Exactly Nicole" eyed for revival at Facebook.
|[04/05/17 - 11:40 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, April 5
Updates include: Katee Sackhoff, Lance Henriksen to voice Syfy's "The Machine"; Scott Michael Foster, David Hull named regular on The CW's "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"; and NBC extends "Will & Grace" revival to 12 episodes.
|[01/19/17 - 01:18 PM]
Amazon Original Series "Sneaky Pete" Renewed for Season Two
The series was the second most streamed original scripted series on an opening day, behind "The Man in the High Castle."
|[12/15/16 - 06:00 AM]
Amazon Original Series "Sneaky Pete" Debuts on January 13 on Prime Video
The series revolves around a con man, Marius (Giovanni Ribisi), who gets out of prison only to find himself hunted by the vicious gangster he once robbed.
|[09/12/16 - 11:47 PM]
Development Update: Monday, September 12
Updates include: Jackie Hoffman latest bound for FX's "Feud"; Judy Reyes cast in TNT's "Claws"; and Ben Barnes boards "Marvel's The Punisher" at Netflix.
|[08/02/16 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, August 2
Updates include: FOX axes "Houdini & Doyle" following freshman run; NBC sends "Aquarius" to Saturday nights; and Kevin Nealon signs on for "Man with a Plan" at CBS.
|[07/20/16 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, July 20
Updates include: Li Jun Li cast as potential regular on NBC's "Chicago PD"; Michael Drayer boards "Sneaky Pete" at Amazon; and Chris Wood joins the cast of The CW's "Supergirl."
|[06/24/16 - 11:25 PM]
Development Update: Friday, June 24
Updates include: "NCIS" co-stars inks new two-year deals; Nick Offerman, Olivia Wilde to visit FOX's "Son of Zorn"; and William Fitchtner upped to regular on "Mom" at CBS.
|[06/20/16 - 11:36 PM]
Development Update: Monday, June 20
Updates include: Paul Schneider to topline Syfy's "Channel Zero: Candle Cove"; Malcolm-Jamal Warner bound for Amazon's "Sneaky Pete"; and Samira Wiley scores an arc on FXX's "You're the Worst."
|[03/07/16 - 11:38 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 7
Updates include: Jenna Fischer to star opposite Matt LeBlanc in CBS comedy pilot; Andie MacDowell to lead ABC's "Model Women"; and WGN America orders pilots for "Roadside Picnic," "Scalped" adaptations.
|[11/04/15 - 06:04 AM]
Amazon Greenlights "Sneaky Pete", Original Dramatic Series Launching in 2016
"We are excited to bring to Amazon's customers a new compelling series headlined by Giovanni Ribisi from the minds of David Shore and Bryan Cranston," said Roy Price.
|[09/02/15 - 11:28 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, September 2
Updates include: "Sneaky Pete" on track for series order at Amazon; Skylar Astin, Chris Lowell among the latest cast in Epix's "Graves"; and Echo Kellum to recur on FXX's "You're the Worst."
|[08/04/15 - 10:26 AM]
Video: "Sneaky Pete" Trailer Starring Giovanni Ribisi and Guest Starring Bryan Cranston!
The pilot is executive produced by David Shore, Bryan Cranston and Seth Gordon and will be available on Amazon for free for only 30 days beginning this Friday, August 7.
|[07/29/15 - 06:04 AM]
Two New Dramatic Pilots, "Casanova" and "Sneaky Pete," will Debut August 7 on Amazon in the US, UK and Germany
Giovanni Ribisi toplines the latter project, originally filmed for CBS earlier this year.
|[06/22/15 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Monday, June 22
Updates include: Christina Ricci to star in "Z" for Amazon; Molly Bernard tapped as series regular on TV Land's "Younger"; and Aisha Tyler to recur on CBS's "Criminal Minds."
|[05/10/15 - 11:36 PM]
Development Update: Sunday, May 10
Updates include: FOX expands season two of "Empire" to 18 episodes; former CBS drama pilot "Sneaky Pete" to make the cable rounds; and NBC presumably passes on its remaining projects.
|[05/08/15 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 8 - Odds & Ends
Updates include: ABC, CBS pass on the bulk of their remaining pilots; Terence Paul Winter named showrunner of ABC's "Castle"; and E.J. Bonilla joins the cast of A&E's revival of "Unforgettable."
|[03/10/15 - 11:44 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 10 - Odds & Ends
Updates include: Syfy passes on second season of "Ascension"; Callie Thorne to "Breed" for TNT; and Tim DeKay, Lauren German to star in FOX's "Frankenstein," "Lucifer," respectively.
|[03/04/15 - 11:42 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 4
Updates include: Giovanni Ribisi set as "Sneaky Pete" at CBS; Ray Winstone first to board ABC's "Of Kings and Prophets"; and Kris Lemche set as the sole regular on The CW's "Tales from the Darkside."
|[02/24/15 - 11:25 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 24
Updates include: Maggie Grace to lead "Code Black" at CBS; Paula Patton to star in ABC's "Runner"; and Laura Regan is the latest cast in FOX's "Minority Report."
|[01/30/15 - 11:56 PM]
Development Update: Friday, January 30
Updates include: TBS reportedly cancels "Ground Floor" after two seasons; Busy Philipps joins "Vice Principals" at HBO; and ABC gives pilot orders to 12 projects.
|[11/10/14 - 11:37 PM]
Development Update: Monday, November 10
Updates include: David Shore, Bryan Cranston team for "Sneaky Pete" at CBS; Roseanne Barr to guest on ABC's "Cristela"; and Richard Roundtree to recur on NBC's "Chicago Fire."