A reimagining of the USA sci-fi collection of the identical identify, “The 4400” hails from author/exec producer Ariana Jackson (“Riverdale”), EPs Anna Fricke and Laura Terry, and producer CBS Studios. Like the unique, which ran from 2004-2007, “the brand new model will deal with 4,400 missed, undervalued, and marginalized individuals who disappeared over the previous 100 years who’re all returned right away, having not aged in any respect and with no thought what occurred,” per the supply. “Additionally they uncover they’ve been returned with upgrades, and sure for a selected goal.”
DuVernay and Cody acquired pilot orders for the beforehand introduced adaptation of DC Comics’ “Naomi” and live-action “Powerpuff Women” reboot, respectively.
Written and exec produced by DuVernay and Jill Blankenship (“Arrow”), “Naomi” sees its titular teen character investigating a supernatural incidence in her hometown. Sarah Bremner can also be among the many undertaking’s EPs, and DuVernay’s Array Filmworks and Warner Bros. TV are producing.
The brand new “Powerpuff Women” catches up with Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, the pint-sized crime fighters of the Cartoon Community authentic, as jaded 20-somethings bitter about their misplaced childhood. Cody and Heather Regnier (“Veronica Mars”) are writing and exec producing, Sarah Schechter can also be among the many EPs, and Erika Kennair is serving as producer. Berlanti Productions, Vita Vera Movies, and Warner Bros. TV are producing.
Urman’s untitled present “facilities on two millennial nuns: one a real believer and the opposite a brand new arrival who hasn’t taken her last vows but,” THR particulars. “The 2 strangers turn out to be sisters on a non secular journey to know their very own religion and their place within the Catholic church.” Claire Rothrock and Ryann Weir are writing and can be a part of Urman and Joanna Klein as EPs. CBS Studios and Sutton St. are producing.
Additionally within the works at The CW are spinoffs of April Blair’s soccer drama “All American” and Noga Landau, Stephanie Savage, and Josh Schwartz’s fashionable tackle “Nancy Drew.”