The CW has ordered four pilots, including one from "Gossip Girl" creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage about a young New York City doctor who inherits a practice in a small Southern town.
"Hart of Dixie," written and executive produced by Leila Gerstein, is a comedic drama that follows the female doctor as she meets its "eclectic and eccentric" inhabitants, according to the show's logline.
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Schwartz and Savage will executive produce with Len Goldstein for the show, from their production company, Fake Empire, and WBTV.
The CW also announced Tuesday that it had ordered pilots for:
"Awakening," in which "two sisters come of age and face off against one another amidst the beginning of a zombie uprising," according to the logline. The pilot, from WBTV and Reveille, is executive producerd and written by William Laurin and Glenn Davis and executive produced by Howard T. Owens, Carolyn Bernstein and Todd Cohen.
"Cooper and Stone," featuring "two smart young female" on Chicago's North Side who are "equally adept at discussing fashion, music, pop culture as they are solving homicides." The pilot, from CBS TV, is written by Laurie Arent, a supervising producer of NBC's "Life."
"Heavenly," about a young female attorney and angel-turned-human (awesomely named Dashiel Coffee). She "saves clients’ butts while he saves their souls." The show, from CBS TV Studio and Fineman Entertainment, is executive produced and written by Richard Hatem and executive produced by Ross Fineman.