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CBS has handed out three new scripted commissions – together with a straight-to-series order for a sequel to The Silence Of The Lambs – regardless of the continued uncertainty of when the exhibits would possibly make it to display screen.
Clarice, which is being produced by CBS Tv Studios and MGM TV, will happen shortly after the occasions of Thomas Harris’ novel The Silence Of The Lambs. It is going to be set in 1993 and options Fairly Little Liars’ Rebecca Breeds as FBI agent Clarice Starling, as she pursues serial killers and sexual predators.
The present’s storylines won’t, nonetheless, be primarily based on the novel’s sequel, Hannibal, which was became a film in 2001 and an NBC drama.
Additionally on the slate is a Queen Latifah-starring reboot of The Equalizer, which follows a lady who helps deprived folks and initially aired 30 years in the past on CBS for 4 seasons. It’s being produced by Common Tv with CBS Tv Studios.
Lastly, comedy sequence B Constructive is from Chuck Lorre and Marco Pennette. Produced by Warner Bros. TV and Chuck Lorre Productions, it follows the friendship between a person and his kidney donor.
The trio will be part of a slew of current exhibits to have been renewed by The Eye, which prolonged nearly all of its dramas and comedies – starting from FBI: Most Wished to All Rise – final week. Matt Le Blanc’s Man With A Plan was amongst a handful of sequence to be cancelled.
The community has reportedly handed on some pilots too, together with The Lincoln Lawyer from A+E Studios and CBS Tv Studios, and it additionally stays unclear when the exhibits being ordered will make it to air. Hollywood has seen virtually all of its productions shut down, which may have a knock-on impact on when the 2020/2021 season will begin.
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