TV Development Report Card
THR parses the loglines and pilot commitments to analyze what the networks are buying and who's got the inside track on next year's schedule.
An invitation to an invitation to a preparty." That's how ABC chief Paul Lee describes his network's fall script purchases, only a tiny percentage of which will end up on air. Still, every hit show starts with an exec saying yes to a pitch, and during the past few months, networks and studios have bought hundreds of promising projects, from original ideas like "mechanical-human dramas" to remakes of classics like The Rifleman. THR parses the loglines and pilot commitments to analyze what the networks are buying and who's got the inside track on next year's schedule.
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