Monday, May 16, 2011

From LA Examiner: CBS' 2011-2012 Pick-Ups...

"David Hornsby & Kevin Dillon headline CBS' How To Be A Gentleman"

Entourage may be coming to an end in summer 2011 but Kevin Dillon won't be hunting for his next gig as long as his HBO character Johnny Drama. He has already taken a new pilot, How To Be A Gentleman (go figure!) for CBS, and today the eye network announced they are moving forward with it as a series... [MORE]



"The 2-2 to be a new 'Rookie' cop drama for CBS"

ABC is about to start airing their second season of police procedural about rookie officers in Canada, and CBS is following suit by prepping one to air during the 2011-2012 season. The 2-2 (formerly Rookies comes from The Color of Money writer Richard Price and produced by Robert DeNiro under his Tribeca banner. It stars Leelee Sobieski... [MORE]



"CBS proves to be Unforgettable work place for Poppy Montgomery"

Poppy Montgomery became a household name when she starred in CBS' missing persons procedural Without a Trace alongside Anthony LaPaglia, and now, after taking some time away from the mainstream to have a child and work on made-for-TV movie projects, she is returning to the network (and the genre) that was always so good to her with Unforgettable... [MORE]


"Patrick Wilson preps for weekly house calls with A Gifted Man coming to CBS"

It's not all police procedurals and buddy comedies this year for CBS; they have also picked up A Gifted Man, the Susannah Grant supernatural medical drama about a (gifted, duh) and ultra-competitive surgeon whose life is changed forever when his ex-wife dies and begins teaching him what life is all about from the hereafter... [MORE]

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