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TV Pilots: Conan O'Brien Finds Sweet 'Justice'

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 27th 2010 9:40AM
Conan O'BrienIt looks like Conan O'Brien isn't leaving NBC after all -- well, technically. Following a tumultuous battle with the former 'Tonight Show' host, NBC has picked up the hourlong pilot 'Justice' from his production company, Conaco (not as catchy as "Team Conan," but we'll take it). According to reports, 'Justice' will tell the tale of a former Supreme Court justice who packs up and leaves to start his own law practice. O'Brien, who just reached a multi-million settlement with NBC, will serve as co-executive producer. [PopEater]

More pilot news after the jump.Conan O'BrienIt looks like Conan O'Brien isn't leaving NBC after all -- well, technically. Following a tumultuous battle with the former 'Tonight Show' host, NBC has picked up the hourlong pilot 'Justice' from his production company, Conaco (not as catchy as "Team Conan," but we'll take it). According to reports, 'Justice' will tell the tale of a former Supreme Court justice who packs up and leaves to start his own law practice. O'Brien, who just reached a multi-million settlement with NBC, will serve as co-executive producer. [PopEater]

Livin' on a PrayerNBC is no longer the only network living on a prayer. Yesterday, CBS announced that it has picked up the new comedy 'Livin' on a Prayer' from Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, described as an extension of their hit series 'How I Met Your Mother.' The multi-camera sitcom -- which was revealed on Monday -- will follow a Pittsburgh couple as they try to figure out the next step in their relationship (kids?) No word yet on when 'Prayer' will hit the CBS airwaves. In the meantime, the net also renewed 'How I Met Your Mother' for a sixth season earlier this week. [Variety]

Gary FlederABC has just greenlit its second crime drama -- this time, from director Gary Fledem. The new series is said to revolve around two detectives -- one female and one male ex-cop -- who aim to solve crimes and the mystery behind what ruined his career in the force. [Hollywood Reporter]

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