USA Network Developing Projects With 'Psych,' 'Royal Pains' Creators
The news comes one month after the network gave a series order to a second drama from "White Collar" creator Jeff Eastin.
USA Network is continuing to build relationships with the creators of its long-running shows.
The cable network is developing new projects with Psych creator Steve Franks and Royal Pains co-creator Andrew Lenchewski , The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
This comes one month after USA gave a 12-episode series order to White Collar creator Jeff Eastin's Graceland, about law-enforcement agents living in an undercover beach house.
Franks' new project will be an hourlong drama centered on a brother and sister who discover that their family's investment business isn't what it appears to be. Lenchewski's will be a half-hour comedy centered on a young teacher who uses unconventional methods.
Psych is readying season seven, while Royal Pains is in its fourth year.
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