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Fox Midseason Series 'Alcatraz' Delays Production for Reshoots

by Laura Prudom, posted Nov 3rd 2011 8:00AM
Alcatraz castHigh-concept shows are so high-maintenance; barely a week after news emerged that NBC was halting production on its cerebral new drama 'Awake' for some creative fine-tuning, Deadline is reporting that Fox's 'Alcatraz' has followed suit.

The mystery drama, produced by J.J. Abrams, will pause production on new episodes to do reshoots for the first seven already completed, with plans to roll straight into filming the final six episodes once the reshoots are done.

But does this mean that the midseason thriller is in trouble?

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'Body of Proof' Gets Post-'DWTS' Time Slot, 'The Walking Dead' DVD Info and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 30th 2010 6:00PM
Body of ProofABC wasn't kidding when it said 'Body of Proof' would get a proper promotional push. The Dana Delany drama will premiere March 29 at 10PM ET, right after 'Dancing With the Stars.'

According to Zap2It, the medical examiner drama will premiere in Italy, Spain and Hungary in January and February.

ABC originally intended 'Body of Proof' to be a Friday contender, but this season, networks have had both success and failure on that night. NBC failed to attract an audience for 'Outlaw' and 'School Pride,' whereas CBS has found millions of viewers for 'Blue Bloods' and its transplanted 'CSI: NY.'

The Tuesday time slot puts 'Body of Proof' directly in competition with another female-driven series: 'The Good Wife.'

In other TV news ...

ABC is developing two musical shows, one starring Idina Menzel. The Menzel project comes from 'Samantha Who?' veteran Bob Kushell and will feature the Broadway star as a single mother working gigs to support her teen daughter. The second project, a female-driven comedy, comes from 'Sharpay Fabulous' writer Robert Horn. [Deadline Hollywood]

Sarah Jones has landed the lead role in J.J. Abrams' 'Alcatraz.' The 'Sons of Anarchy' actress will play Rebecca Madsen, a brainy and slightly obsessive police officer in the Fox pilot. [Deadline Hollywood]

Academy Award-winner Hilary Swank is working on a fashion-based game show for The CW. The series, which hasn't received a pilot order, would pit fashionistas against one another in a test of their fashion and style knowledge. [Vulture]

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