Produced by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions and Warner Bros. Television, the series centers on a teacher who travels through time to try to prevent the assassination of President Kennedy.
Interstellar writer Jonah Nolan has reportedly signed on to develop a television series based on Isaac Asimov’s Foundation novels for HBO.
The Devil’s Advocate pilot is heading to NBC from Bag of Bones writer Matt Venne and original producer.
“A Night of DC Entertainment” will feature screenings of the pilots of The Flash and Gotham, a look at footage from Constantine, and a peek at Arrow‘s third season.
The CW’s planned Wonder Woman series is moving forward with the launch of a search for an actress in her early to mid-20s to play the iconic DC Comics superheroine in Amazon, here named Iris rather than Diana. Update: WW remains Diana!
J.J. Abrams and Ken Olin, who worked together on Alias have sold an undercover-cop drama called Electropolis to The CW.
Warner Bros. has released new promotional artwork for new television series Arrow, Revolution and 666 Park Avenue in the form of limited-edition hotel keycards for Comic-Con International.
Addressing the inevitable comparisons to Smallville, Arrow star Stephen Amell says, “Nobody in our universe has superpowers, so that’s a big jumping off point.”