The broadcast networks are in the midst of pilot season, ramping up production on dozens of shows whose creators hope will find a spot on the schedule next season.
History suggests more than half of those pilots won’t ever see the light of day. The shows listed below, however, will definitely (probably) be coming to a screen near you in the next year or so. Here’s a list of shows that have earned straight-to-series orders for 2017-18.
“The Inhumans”: The latest from the Marvel/ABC partnership follows the superhero team known as the Inhumans. Its first two episodes will be released in IMAX theaters a few weeks prior to their on-air premiere.
“Ten Days in the Valley”: A 10-episode thriller from “Rookie Blue’s” Tassie Cameron following a TV producer (Kyra Sedgwick) whose 8-year-old daughter goes missing. Possible summer 2017 premiere.
“Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams”: A sci-fi anthology (in the “Twilight Zone” or “Black Mirror” sense) based on the author’s short stories. Ronald D. Moore, Michael Dinner and Bryan Cranston are executive producers, with Cranston set to star in one episode.
“Jack Ryan”: Greenlit in summer 2016, the show based on the Tom Clancy character stars John Krasinski in the title role.
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