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2010 | 2009

5 items from 2010


Disney Xd Orders Live-Action Comedy Pilot

3 December 2010 7:00 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Disney Xd has added another pilot to its growing development slate. The boy-centric cable channel has greenlighted Pack of Wolves, a comedy from writer Jason Ward (Living with Fran). Ward and Jay Kogen (Frasier) are executive producing the project, which centers on the Oppenheimer siblings (Edison, Darwin, and Albert). They are being raised by their single dad, a brilliant professor, who rents their extra bedroom to a guy named Timberwolf (aka the Wolf), a rogue spy looking for a place to lie low. The Wolf proceeds to teach the kids how to apply spy tactics to their teen lives in the suburbs. Disney Xd has been relying mostly on broadcast sitcom veterans for its development. The channel recently handed out a series order to multi-camera comedy Wasabi Warriors created by Jim O'Doherty (Grounded for Life). And in May, it ordered a comedy pilot from That '70s Show alumni Mark Brazill, »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Disney Xd Orders 'Billion Dollar' Pilot

10 May 2010 8:32 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Disney Xd has greenlighted Billion Dollar Freshmen, a comedy pilot from That '70s Show alumni Mark Brazill, Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore that could be described as a teenage, inflation-adjusted version of The Six Million Dollar Man set in high school. Additionally, the boy-oriented cable channel is close to ordering another half-hour pilot from a sitcom veteran, Kickin' It, written by Jim O’Doherty (3rd Rock From the Sun) Peterson and Moore created Billion Dollar Freshmen and are executive producing with Brazill. Mark Cendrowski (Big Bang Theory) is set to direct. The show centers on two teenage brothers in high school [...] »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Disney Xd Orders 'Billion Dollar' Pilot

10 May 2010 8:32 AM, PDT | Deadline Hollywood | See recent Deadline Hollywood news »

Exclusive: Disney Xd has greenlighted Billion Dollar Freshmen, a comedy pilot from That '70s Show alumni Mark Brazill, Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore that could be described as a teenage, inflation-adjusted version of The Six Million Dollar Man set in high school. Additionally, the boy-oriented cable channel is close to otrdering another half-hour pilot from a sitom veteran, Kickin' It, written by Jim O’Doherty (3rd Rock From the Sun) Peterson and Moore created Billion Dollar Freshmen and are executive producing with Brazill. Mark Cendrowski (Big Bang Theory) is set to direct. The show centers on two teenage brothers in high school [...] »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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'Burn Notice' vs 'White Collar' Creators

6 May 2010 4:58 PM, PDT | Deadline Hollywood | See recent Deadline Hollywood news »

Do you remember that classic 2001 email exchange between Fox TV rivals Judd Apatow and Mark Brazill, the one with the “Get Cancer” remark? Those were the good old days when Hollywood feuds were mostly private and took time to develop via email. Nowadays, they’re public and instantly viral. Take the current Twitter war between two creators of USA Network series, Burn Notice’s Matt Nix and White Collar’s Jeff Eastin.  It all started late last year with a race to amass more Twitter followers by the week of the shows’ January season premieres. Nix won that by a scant 100 followers). But it then [...] »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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More specs making it to pilot stage

27 January 2010 10:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

It has become part of TV development lore: David E. Kelley spends his days fishing and writing in Northern California until he calls his reps and his producing studio, Warner Bros. TV, to tell them he has a pilot script ready.

The latest spec from "The Practice" creator, the legal drama "Kindreds," quietly was taken to networks this month. It sparked a bidding war before landing at NBC during a pilot-pickup season in which specs are hotter than ever before.

NBC's pilot orders for spec scripts include "Kindreds" and J.J. Abrams' "Undercovers," both from Wbtv, as well as "The Event," by writer Nick Wauters, which was reworked through Ums.

Carter Bays and Craig Thomas' comedy spec "Livin' on a Prayer," from 20th TV, received a green light from CBS in a rich pre-emptive deal. It joins two other 20th TV comedy specs-turned-pilots: "Traffic Light," by "Wedding Crashers" co-writer Bob Fisher, »

- By Nellie Andreeva

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