Pilot fever continues in the US with more projects getting the go-ahead, as follows:
– Untitled single-camera comedy from producer Ron Howard which is a workplace comedy set at an Internal Revenue Service district office.
– Rex is Not Your Lawyer, featuring David Tennant is now looking doubtful. “The sets are on fold-and-hold,” says an insider. “They will still be available if the show is picked up for the fall.”
– Justice is from Conan O’Brien‘s production company and described as a new take on a law show with a larger-than-life character at the centre, it follows an ex-Supreme Court justice who quits the Court to start his own legal practice.
– Pink House from writers Rick Weiner and Kenny Schwartz (American Dad) centres on two male friends who move to Los Angeles post-college.
– The Cape is set in a fictionalised version of Los Angeles, it centers on a former cop framed for a crime who becomes the Cape, a masked hero, to clear his name and reunite with his son.
– Outsourced is a single-camera office comedy that centres on a recently demoted manager of a novelties company who is shipped off to India to manage a ragtag group of customer service reps.
– Nikita, is based on La Femme Nikita, about a young criminal trained to be an assassin by a top-secret government organisation. In this version, Nikita goes rogue, and a new assassin is trained to replace her. Executive Produced by McG.
– Untitled family drama set on a Wyoming horse farm from Gilmore Girls producers.
– Huge is described as Glee meets Ugly Betty and revolves around six teens and the staff at Wellness Canyon, a weight-loss camp.
– Pretty Little Liars, follows four estranged best friends who are reunited one year after their best friend and queen bee of the group, Alison, goes missing -only to discover they’re receiving messages from an anonymous “A” who knows all their secrets.