CW Pilots 2013
CW Pilots 2013
(Latest update: Lucian Laviscount joins "The Selection.")
Here is the full list of the CW pilots in contention to become series. Network executives will decide in the spring what shows to order to series.
What do you think looks good? What looks bad? And what do you think the CW will order to series?
See also: Every 2013 Network Pilot
Tell us what you think in the comments, and check back regularly for additions and updates we'll post in bold.
BLINK (CBS Television Studios, Timberman-Beverly Prods.)
Writer: Vera Herbert
Producers: David Marshall Grant, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly
Logline: Warm, quirky, humorous drama about a family whose lives are forever changed, for better and worse, when the patriarch has a car accident resulting in a coma-like syndrome where he cannot speak or move, but can see and hear all. His narration and fantasy sequences emanating from his mind provide context and a wry counterpoint to the stories and conflicts of the family and his own situation.
Madeline Carroll Michael Weston Johnny Simmons
COMPANY TOWN (CBS Television Studios)
Writer: Sera Gamble
Producers: Sera Gamble, Taylor Hackford, Bill Haber
Director: Taylor Hackford
Logline: A scandal at a Naval base in Virginia touches the lives of both civilians and military personnel in the area, launching us into a multigenerational, multi-class, family and relationship series centered around two early 20-something women who grew up together, were once best friends, but now are on opposite sides of the Townie/Military divide.
Maya Kazan Gage Golightly Merle Dandridge Arjun Gupta Dondre Whitfield
THE HUNDRED (Warner Bros. Television, Alloy Entertainment
Writer: Jason Rothenberg
Producers: Jason Rothenberg, Leslie Morgenstein, Gina Girolamo
Director: Bharat Nalluri
Logline: 97 years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, a spaceship housing the lone human survivors sends 100 juvenile delinquents back to Earth to investigate the possibility of re-colonizing the planet. Based upon the forthcoming "The Hundred" book series (initial two-book order), written by Kass Morgan and published by Little, Brown.
Cast: Henry Ian Cusick Eli Goree Bob Morley Eliza Taylor as "Clarke"
THE ORIGINALS (Julie Plec and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios)
Writer: Julie Plec
Producers: Julie Plec, Leslie Morgenstern, Gina Girolamo
Logline: The upcoming "Vampire Diaries" episode airing April 25 would serve to set-up a potential new series in consideration for next season centering on the Original family, as Klaus returns to the supernatural melting pot that is the French Quarter of New Orleans -- a town he helped build centuries ago -- and is reunited with his diabolical former protégé, Marcel. Elijah, intent on helping his self-destructive brother find redemption, must side with Marcel's enemies in order to keep Klaus in line.
Joseph Morgan Daniel Gilles Charles Michael Davis Phoebe Tonkin Daniella Pineda Danielle Campbell Claire Holt Leah Pipes
OXYGEN (CBS Television Studios, Ole Productios, Isla de Babel SL, 360 Powwow LLC)
Writer: Meredith Averill
Producers: Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, Scott Rosenberg, Richard Shepard, Bryan Furst, Sean Furst, Daniel Gutman, Meredith Averill