Good morning! It seems like we’re finally in a bit of a news lull, but don’t worry: upfronts are next month.
FOX has pulled Breaking In again. Sad.
The Office may be getting a reboot.
HBO is developing a show based on Phillip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther detective novels set in 1930s Germany. Trust me, this is good news. These books are great.
BBC America is co-producing a miniseries based on Alan Furst’s Spies of Warsaw starring David Tennant. Whee!
ReelzChannel has acquired its second original series, XIII, about a secret operative whose memory has been erased.
A cop drama starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, directed by the director of Jane Eyre? I am intrigued.
Disney XD has picked up Crash and Bernstein. And the Disney Channel has picked up something called Dog with a Blog. Hee.
AMC is working on comic-based Thief of Thieves from the producers of The Walking Dead.
Vince Vaughn is producing an S&M series for FX. I don’t even know what to say about that, so I’ll just leave it there.
HBO is developing Royal.
BET has picked up Second Generation Wayans.
Showtime is considering a Californication spinoff.
Lauren Cohan has been promoted to series regular on The Walking Dead.
30 Rock: Donald Glover
Anger Management: Denise Richards
The Big Bang Theory: Casey Sander
CSI: Brooke Nevin
Happily Divorced: Rosie O’Donnell, Dan Aykroyd
Hot in Cleveland: James Denton
Law & Order: SVU: James Van Der Beek
Leverage: Treat Williams
The Mentalist: Kenny Johnson
The Newsroom: Jesse Eisenberg
Nurse Jackie: Carmelo Anthony
American Horror Story: Lizzie Brochere
Army Wives: Skyler Day
Banshee: Lili Simmons
Being Mary Jane: Latarsha Rose, Omari Hardwick
Covert Affairs: Sarah Clarke (replacing Rebecca Creskoff)
Downwardly Mobile: Tricia O’Kelley (replacing Salli Richardson)
Hemlock Grove: Freya Tingley, Dougray Scott
Political Animals: Ellen Burstyn
Rewind: Keisha Castle-Hughes, Jennifer Ferrin, Robbie Jones, Keon Mohajeri
(Photo courtesy of HBO.)