The actor, who exited CBS' Criminal Minds last season, has been tapped to star in the network's drama pilot S.W.A.T., The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Based on the 2003 feature film of the same name that was inspired by the 1975 TV series produced by Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg, the project revolves around a locally born and bred S.W.A.T. lieutenant (Moore) who is torn between loyalty to the streets and duty to his fellow officers when he's tasked to run a highly trained unit that is the...
The project hails from Paul Attanasio, co-creator of CBS’s “Bull.” Attanasio will serve as writer and executive producer, along with Leonard Goldberg, David Barrett and Rodrigo Garcia, who will direct the pilot. CBS Television Studios will produce.
The untitled pilot centers around multi-generational members of a Mexican-American family with deep roots in San Diego who intertwine personally and professionally, due to their powerful careers in law enforcement.
The pickup for the Mexican-American-centric project comes just days after President Donald Trump ordered a travel ban, limiting Muslim immigrants from seven countries from entering the United States. The pilot is also timely, given Trump’s recent executive order for the construction of a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Last week, CBS greenlit a pilot for a Navy Seal series, which may be part of a growing pro-American trend this pilot season. The
The network on Monday handed out a pilot order to an untitled drama from Bull creator Paul Attanasio and Blue Bloods executive producer Leonard Goldberg.
The project centers on the multi-generational members of a Mexican-American family with deep roots in San Diego who intertwine personally and professionally due to their powerful careers in law enforcement.
Attanasio will pen the script and executive produce alongside Bull's Rodrigo Garcia, who will direct the drama from CBS Television Studios. Blue Bloods' Goldberg and David Barrett also...
The Eye in March announced it would explore a sale of the 117-station CBS Radio group. During the Q&A portion of CBS’s 2016 shareholders meeting Thursday in New York, Moonves was asked if that deal was contingent on the approval from Redstone (CBS’s controlling shareholder) or his representatives in light of his opposition to the Paramount proposal.
“Our situation with radio has absolutely nothing to do with Viacom,” Moonves responded. “We have received full support from Mr. Redstone with what we are doing” with the planned CBS Radio divestiture.
Sumner Redstone was not present at the CBS shareholders meeting at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art, but was dialed in via phone,
The bonds of blood are not all that connect the family though. According to Deadline, the series will focus on "a multi-generational family working in law enforcement." The series is coming from the same creative team behind Blue Bloods.
Leonard Goldberg is executive producer on the new series, and Elizabeth Davis Beall from Scorpion will write and executive produce as well.
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As patriarch and former New York police commissioner Henry Reagan, the stage and screen veteran is guaranteed his moment in every episode of the Friday CBS police drama "Blue Bloods." That's true even if Henry's relatives feed him in the hospital -- as happened one Thanksgiving -- and Cariou finds such scenes special for several reasons.
"We're usually done by lunch," he tells Zap2it. "Because of the kids, we film [those scenes] early. It's the biggest scene in any episode, so it usually takes the most time because you have to cover everybody film-wise. Everybody looks forward to it, though, because we have that time together every week."
Cariou believes those scenes appeal to viewers because "they all did this at one time in their lives,
The Exes follows the ex-girlfriend of the groom, who reluctantly agrees to attend his destination wedding for closure and for friendship. Once there, she finds herself trapped at an island resort with all of couples' exes. Old flames are rekindled, new romances are born and complete chaos ensues.
Andy Fickman had this to say in a statement.
"I absolutely love this project. It's a fun and fresh unique perspective within the romantic comedy world. Every time I mention the story to someone they immediately respond with how it relates to their own life - which makes this such a universal experience... anyone
The rom-com is based on Kelly Bowe’s adaption of the Jane Moore’s book The Ex Files and centres on a destination wedding where old flames rekindle their passions.
Leonard Goldberg produces, while CBS Films vp of production Mark Ross and creative executive Alex Ginno will oversee for the studio.
“I absolutely love this project,” said Fickman, whose directing credits include The Game Plan and She’s The Man. “It’s a fun and fresh unique perspective within the romantic comedy world.”
The film is based on Jane Moore’s novel “The Ex Files” with the screenplay written by Kelly Bowe. Leonard Goldberg is producing.
“The Execs” centers on a groom’s ex-girfriend, who reluctantly agrees to attend his destination wedding for closure and for friendship — only to find herself trapped with all of the exes. Old romances are re-started and chaos ensues.
Mark Ross and Alex Ginno are overseeing for CBS Films.
Fickman’s feature credits include “Parental Guidance,” “Game Plan” and “You Again.” Goldberg’s big screen credits include “Unknown,” “Charlie’s Angels” and “WarGames.”
Fickman s represented by Wme and Management 360.
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