According to the Hollywood Reporter, the network has ordered a documentary-style cop show, titled '187 Detroit.' The show is pegged to air during the 2010-11 season.
Yes, according to the Hollywood Reporter, ABC has decided to return to the well one more time by greenlighting a pilot for 'Women are Crazy, Men are Stupid.' The sitcom, which is the second pilot ordered by the network in as many days (following yesterday's announcement of 'Awkward Situations for Men'), tells the story of a new couple comprised of two people who have endured failed marriages in the past and are looking to learn form their mistakes this time around.
What we have always feared to be true about men and women is now being turned into a sitcom. According to Variety, the book 'Women Are Crazy, Men Are Stupid' by 'Samantha Who' writer Jenny Lee and 'According to Jim' executive producer Howard J. Morris is getting the small screen treatment from ABC.
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