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ABC Studios, where Wilmore is under an overall deal, will produce in association with CBS Television Studios. neighborhood of Koreatown and the kingpin family at the center of it.The comedy hails from Jason Kim (Barry, Girls Netflix's Love) and actress / writer Greta Lee (Chance, Inside Amy Schumer). Lee will play Yumi Kang in the comedy, a self-described "Brentwood Barbie" who reconnects with her "embarrassing" roots to become a powerful Korean-American woman.He lost his son to the competition and is hellbent on putting an end to the game for good. Messy and kind of cute with a big heart, he is the best friend of Heather (Welch).Bishop has more of a chance than anyone to escape Carp but appreciates where he’s at in life at the moment — especially now that he’s done with high school forever.NBC has put in development Exes In Law, a half-hour comedy from Speechless writer-producer Niki Schwartz-Wright and Sean Hayes & Todd Milliner’s Hazy Mills.Written by Schwartz-Wright, Exes In Law is inspired by a real-life relationship she had.Fox has given a put pilot commitment to Forrest’s Treasure, an hour-long drama from The Chi executive producer Elwood Reid, Mc G (Lethal Weapon) and 20th Century Fox TV where Mc G’s Wonderland Sound and Vision has a deal.Written by Reid with Mc G set to direct, Forrest’s Treasure is described as a grounded, family drama with a flair for adventure inspired by David Kushner’s upcoming book on the treasure of Forrest Fenn.
Fowler, Brunson, and Wilmore will pen the script and executive produce the project with Michael Rotenberg and Josh Lieberman of 3 Arts Entertainment also executive producing.Think "Game of Thrones," but without the sex and violence.The Wall Street Journal reported last month Apple has about 24 original shows in production and development.Person of Interest's Plageman returned to CBS to get the Universal Television-produced series back on track and has now departed so he may focus on his own development for the studio.Eid and Haas will serve as co-showrunners on FBI in addition to running NBC's Wolf-produced Chicago PD and Chicago Fire, respectively.