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  • Fox has a trio of new pilots: Canterbury’s Law, about a rebellious female defence attorney; Supreme Courtships, which is about the personal and professional lives of six Supreme Court clerks; and an untitled comedy drama about the lives and loves of nurses.
  • NBC has greenlit two pilots as well: one is a “light-hearted drama about a female police office”; the other is based on Candace Bushnell’s Lipstick Jungle, so there’s the hint of Sex and the City about it, apparently.
  • There’s an interesting interview with Thomas Schlamme, exec producer of Studio 60, in a magazine. It’s a Christian magazine, incidentally.
  • Erik Estrada got annoyed when someone called him Emilio Estevez.
  • There’s a long interview on EW.com with Kiefer Sutherland about season six of 24
  • From E!’s Kristin:
    • Six Degrees should be back in the next two months.
    • One of The Class‘s cast is leaving.
    • Some juicy Prison Break spoilers.
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  • There are two batches of pictures from The Golden Compass on Ain’t It Cool News. That’s His Dark Materials in disguise, BTW.
  • George Clooney and Robert de Niro are set to appear in a remake of French film 36 Quai des Orfèvres, which starred Daniel Auteuil and Gérard Depardieu. Because all French films star Auteuil and Gérard Depardieu.

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  • NBC has greenlit three new pilots: Fort Pit is a cop show from the Rescue Me team, who claim for some reason that TV is missing a cop show at the moment; Chuck is an action-comedy about 20-something spies, in the vein of Grosse Pointe Blank; and David Eicke’s Bionic Woman remake has been given the go-ahead as well.
  • There are a few BSG, Heroes and The OC spoilers over on Ask Auriello, although nothing staggering. The rumours of misery on the Medium set are far more interesting.
  • USA Network has picked up Mary Sunshine, starring Murder One/The West Wing‘s Mary McCormack. It’s about a US Marshal “who tries to balance her intense job at the witness-protection program with her equally intense and amusingly dysfunctional personal life”.
  • CBS is doing a nifty job of promoting Liev Schreiber’s arrive on CSI:
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