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Pilot season continued in full force on Friday (Jan. 25), with several new dramas and comedies ordered by the networks. Among them are two pilots from J.J. Abrams ("Lost," "Fringe," "Star Trek," "Star Wars," etc.), a dystopian drama called "The Hundred," a show about an assassin family from John Wells, and a comedy starring James Caan.

Fox got the first of the J.J. Abrams pilots: an untitled project that is a buddy cop show set in the near future when Lapd officers are paired with human-like androids. J.H. Wyman ("Fringe") wrote and executive produced the pilot. Abrams and Bryan Burke will executive produce.

The second Abrams pilot, "Believe," has been ordered by NBC and was written/produced by Alfonso Cuaron ("Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban") and Mark Friedman, with Abrams and Burke again executive producing. This show focuses on an unlikely friendship between a supernaturally gifted young girl and »

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