Nearly a decade later, “Grey’s” and “Criminal Minds” would prove to be the financial engines that would allow Gordon to take another big leap. In January 2015 he set an innovative deal with British-Canadian distribution company Entertainment One to establish an independent studio that bears his name. The producer now has his own money on the line
“Ghosted” will air on Sundays as part of Fox’s comedy block, in between “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy.” “The Orville” will air on Thursdays after new episodes of “Gotham.” Comedy “La to Vegas” and drama “The Resident” will debut midseason. Fox previously released the trailer for the Marvel series “The Gifted,” which will air Mondays this fall after “Lucifer.”
Watch the trailers below.
“Ghosted” follows a cynical skeptic and a genius “true believer” in the paranormal who are recruited by The Bureau Underground to look into the rampant “unexplained” activity in Los Angeles, all while uncovering a larger mystery that could threaten the existence of the human race.
Cast: Craig Robinson as Leroy Wright, Adam Scott as Max Jennifer, Ally Walker as Captain Ava Lafrey, Adeel Akhtar
Both are 30-minute, single-camera comedies that will be produced by 20th Century Fox Television.
Hailing from executive producer Will Ferrell, “La —> Vegas” is an ensemble workplace comedy about a group of underdogs trying to find their place in the world, set on the Friday night flight from Lax to Vegas and the returning flight on Sunday, who all share the same goal: to come back a winner in the casino of life.
Lon Zimmet created the pilot and will serve as writer and executive producer, along with Ferrell, Adam McKay and Chris Henchy of Gary Sanchez Productions.
“Type A” is an office comedy about a group of consultants hand-picked to do the dirty work most professionals can’t handle: layoffs, downsizing, generally delivering horrible news. To everyone else, they’re the enemy, but to each other, they
Previous screenplays that have appeared on the Black List and gone on to be produced include “Spotlight,” “Arrival” and “Manchester by the Sea.” Full list below:
“Blond Ambition” by Elyse Hollander (48)
“Life Itself” by Dan Fogelman (35)
“The Olympian” by Tony Tost (35)
“The Post” by Liz Hannah (35)
“Voyagers” by Zach Dean (28)
“In the Blink of an Eye” by Colby Day (25)
“O2” by Christie LeBlan (22)
“Untitled Lax Mandis Project” by Seth Spector (22)
“Dark Money” by Matt Fruchtman (21)
“Letters from Rosemary Kennedy” by Nick Yarborough (21)
“Linda and Monica” by Flint Wainess (20)
“Hala” by Minhal Baig (19)
The entries on the Black List are ranked by how many mentions they received, and the most by far went to Elyse Hollander’s Blond Ambition, which purports to tell the tale of Madonna in the ’80s before she
“I thought you liked singing,” Helberg bantered back, to which Nayyar responded, “I mean, yeah, I like singing, except it gives me months and months of anxiety.”
“I’m sad that we’re not singing,” Cuoco-Sweeting attested. “It’s the one chance we get to work in complete unison. I think we make beautiful music together, guys.” And they weren’t alone.
“My friend Jason Alexander’s opening the show,” noted Lea Thompson in
It’s not all grumble and moan round here when TV networks decline to pick up pilots. Sometimes, we’re even grateful.
Hindsight teaches that every so often, passing on a particular show is the best thing a channel could have done. Not ordering one pilot to series spurs its creators on to start another, and frees up its cast to join new projects.
Had the failures below all thrived, there’s a chance we could now be living in a world with no Breaking Bad, Hannibal, or even South Park. Had these pilots gone on to enjoy healthy, lengthy lives, then Jack Bauer, Oberyn Martell, Chandler Bing and more might all be unrecognisable today.
Here then, are the TV pilots we’re grateful weren’t taken to series because their
Despite causing agita throughout the industry for threatening not to circulate his annual “Sundance Party List” for talent, publicists and media — Chris Ryan’s encyclopedic tome is forthcoming and will be likely forwarded several times by the time you’re reading this post.
This is not that list.
Instead of a comprehensive treatise, I’ve picked the intimate, special and the unique gatherings of the creative community and people who make Sundance scene special and so broadly popular,
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