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Fox Pilots 2013

Every 2013 Fox pilot

(Latest update: Sam Raimi to Direct "Rake.")

Here is the full list of the Fox pilots in contention this pilot season, and some facts at a glance.

Network executives will decide in the spring what shows to order to series. What do you think looks good? What looks bad? And what do you think Fox will order to series?

See also: Every 2013 Network Pilot

Tell us what you think in the comments, and check back regularly for additions and updates we'll post in bold.


BOOMERANG (working title) (John Wells Productions, WBTV)

Writer: Davey Holmes

Producers: Davey Holmes, John Wells, Andrew Stearn

Logline: Focuses on the usual, everyday drama surrounding a family business – except this family is in the business of executing hits as assassins for the U.S. government.

Felicity Huffman as "Margie Hamilton"
Anthony LaPaglia as "Bill Hamilton"
Michael Stahl-David as "Sam Hamilton"
Patrick Heusinger as "Carl Hamilton"
Olivia Crociccia as "Gemma"
Rosa Salazar as "Olive"

DELIRIUM (working title) (20th Century Fox Television, Chernin Entertainment)

Writer: Karyn Usher

Producers: Karyn Usher, Peter Chernin, Katherine PopeDirector: Rodrigo Garcia

Logline: Based on the best-selling trilogy set in a world where love is deemed illegal; where it can easily be eradicated with a special procedure. With 95 days until her scheduled treatment, Lena Holoway does the unthinkable – she falls in love.


Emma Roberts as “Lena Holoway”

Billy Campbell as "Thomas Fineman"

Gregg Sulkin as "Julian Fineman"

Corey Reynolds as "Lawrence Tack"

Jeanine Mason as "Hana"

Daren Kagasoff as "Alex"

Michael Michele as "Elyse Hargrove"

GANG RELATED (20th Century Fox Television, Imagine)

Writer: Chris Morgan

Producer: Chris Morgan, Scott Rosenbaum

Director: Allen Hughes

Logline: A gang member sent in to infiltrate the San Francisco Police Department must rise through its ranks and balance his obligations to his crime family and an increasing sense of obligation to his new "family" – the SFPD's Gang Task Force.


Ramon Rodriguez as "Ryan Lopez"

Jay Hernandez as "Dante Acosta"

The Rza as "Cassius Green"

Inbar Lavi as "Vee"

Sung Kang as "Tae Kim"

Cliff Curtis as "Javier Acosta"

Shantel VanSanten as "Jessica Shaw"


Writer: J.H. Wyman

Producers: J.H. Wyman, J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk

Director: Brad Anderson

Logline: An action-packed buddy cop show, set in the near future, when all LAPD officers are partnered with highly evolved human-like androids.


Lili Taylor as "Maldonado"

Minka Kelly as "Valerie Stahl"

Karl Urban as "John Kennex"

Michael Ealy as "Dorian"

Mackenzie Crook as "Rudy Lorn"

Michael Irby as "Richard Paul"

THE LIST (working title) (20th Century Fox Television)

Executive Producers: Paul Zbyszewski, Ruben Fleischer

Writer: Paul Zbyszewski

Logline: Centers on U.S. Marshal Dan Shaker, who leads the hunt for the person who stole “the list” – a file with the identities of every member in the Federal Witness Security Program – after those in the program begin popping up dead.


Michael Pena as "Soto"

Charity Wakefield as "Delilah"

Richard T. Jones as "Elston Rayburn"

Tamsin Egerton as "Maddie Soto"

Gary Cole as "Bob McKinnon"

Jessica Szohr as "Natalie Voss"

RAKE (working title) (Fedora Entertainment, Sony)

Writers: Peter Duncan, Peter Tolan

Drector: Sam Raimi

Producers: Greg Kinnear, Peter Duncan, Peter Tolan

Logline: Follows the chaotic and comedic life of criminal defense lawyer Keegan Joye. Brilliant, frustratingly charming, and with zero filter, Keegan is one of life’s greatest addicts. In addition to Keegan’s cases within the justice system, the show follows his personal trials and tribulations, including his ongoing battle against the IRS, his mounting debt to his bookie, overlapping affairs and liaisons with women, a hormonal son, an exhausted ex-wife and the evolving relationship between his two married best friends, Ben and Scarlet.


Greg Kinnear as “Keegan Joy”

Miranda Otto as “Maddy”

Necar Zadegan as “Scarlet”

Bojana Novakovic as "Mikki"

John Ortiz as "Ben"

David Harbour as "David Potter"

Ian Colletti as "Finn"

SLEEPY HOLLOW (working title) (20th Century Fox Television, Paper Products Productions)

Executive Producers: Alex Kurtzman, Bob Orci, Len Wiseman

Writer: Alex Kurtzman, Bob Orci, Phillip Iscove

Director: Len Wiseman

Logline: Follows Ichabod Crane as he partners with Sleepy Hollow’s local female sheriff to solve the mysteries of a town ravaged by the battle between good and evil.


Tom Mison as "Ichabod Crane"

Orlando Jones as "L.T. Mendez"

Katia Winter as "Katrina Crane"

Nicole Beharie as "Detective Abbie Archer"

WILD BLUE (working title) (Sony)

Format: One-hour drama

Writer: Taylor Elmore

Producers: Graham Yost, Mark Johnson, Michael Dinner, Taylor Elmore, Melissa Bernstein

Director: Michael Dinner

Logline: “ER,” “The West Wing,” and “Top Gun” collide in this young ensemble about the working men and women on board a US Aircraft Carrier. Equipped with a 500-foot landing strip, a nuclear reactor and 6000 souls on board, “WILD BLUE” is an upstairs/downstairs look at pressure-cooker lives of the US Navy.


Will Rothhaar as "James"

Josh Salatin as "Vandal"

Alano Miller as "Joaquin"

Mykelti Williamson as "Bowman"


DADS (working title) (20th Century Fox Television, Fuzzy Door Productions)

Format: six episodes, Multi-camera

Executive Producers: Seth MacFarlane, Alec Sulkin, Wellesly Wild

Writer: Alec Sulkin, Wellesly Wild

Director: Mark Cendrowski

Logline: Two successful guys in their 30s have their world turned upside down when their dads move in with them.


Tommy Dewey as "Warner"

Peter Riegert as "David"

Brenda Song as "Veronica"

Martin Mull as "Crawford"

ENLISTED (working title) (20th Century Fox Television)

Format: Single-camera

Executive Producers: Kevin Biegel, Mike Royce

Writer: Kevin Biegel

Director: Phil Traill

Logline: After being in combat for several years, Pete is stationed at a military base in Florida to tackle the toughest job of them all — leading his dysfunctional brothers’ squad.


Geoff Stults as "Sergeant Pete Waits"

Angelique Cabral as "Sergeant Jill Pop"

Keith David as "Command Sergeant Major Cody"

Chris Lowell as "Derrick Waits"

Parker Young as "Randy Waits"

FRIENDS AND FAMILY (working title) (BBC Worldwide Productions, Sony)

Format: Single camera

Writer: David Rosen

Producers: David Rosen, Jane Tranter

Logline: Follows the long distance budding romance of a couple whose romantic relationship is constantly disrupted by their friends and family.


Alexis Bledel as "Stacey"
Jason Ritter as "Gavin"
Dustin Ybarra as "Smithy"
Keri Kenney as "Gwen"
Jane Kaczmarek as "Pam"
Kurt Fuller as "Michael"
Ashlie Akinson as "Nessa"


THE GABRIELS (working title) (20th Century Fox Television, Principato Young)

Format: Single-camera

Writer: Andrew Gurland, Justin Hurwitz

Producers: Andrew Gurland, Justin Hurwitz, David Dobkin, Peter Prinicipato, Paul Young

Director: Jason Winer

Logline: A neurotic family with contempt for all things normal tries their best to fit into their small Midwest town where everyone knows each other and politeness reigns.


Rob Riggle as "Ken Gabriel"

Sarah Sevigny as "Gail"

Tim Meadows as "Tom"

River Alexander as “Josh”

Angela Kinsey as "Gail Gabriel"

Brooke Sorenson as "Anna Gabriel"

TO MY FUTURE ASSISTANT (working title) (WBTV, Lin Pictures)

Format: Single camera

Writer: Sherry Bilsing, Ellen Plummer

Producers: Sherry Bilsing, Ellen Plummer, Dan Lin

Logline: Revolves around assistants at a big New York law firm who band together as a family to help each other cope with the obnoxious, overbearing bosses who test their sanity on a daily basis.


Brittany Snow as "Jen"

Stephen Root as "Frank"

Catherine O'Hara as "Magda"

Joe Egender as "Roy"

Melissa Tang as "Claire"

TWO WRONGS (working title) (20th Century Fox Television, Chernin Entertainment)

Format: Single-camera

Writer: Michelle Morgan

Producers: Michelle Morgan, Peter Chernin, Katherine Pope, Aaron Kaplan, Sean Perrone

Director: David Katzenberg

Logline: Two star-crossed lovers, Nick & Jenny, must content with Nick’s family strong dislike of Jenny – the woman who left Nick at the altar 7 years ago.


Nicholas Wright as "Daniel"

Jake Hoffman as "Zach"

Kelli Garner as "Jenny"


Format: Single-camera

Writers: Dan Goor, Mike Schur

Producers: Dan Goor, Mike Schur, David Miner, Andy Samberg

Director: Phil Lord, Chris Miller

Logline: A group of detectives form an odd family in their precinct in the outermost neighborhood of New York City.


Andy Samberg as “Detective Jake Peralta”

Terry Crews as “Sergeant Terry Jeffords”

Melissa Fumero as “Detective Amy Santiago”

Stephanie Beatriz as “Meghan”

Andre Braugher as "Captain Holt"

Chelsea Peretti as "Gina"

Joe Lo Truglio as "Det. Charles Shylbel


Format: Single-camera

Writer: Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker

Producers: Bill Lawrence, Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, Jeff Ingold

Logline: Based on the book “I Suck At Girls,” this single camera comedy tells the story of a man becoming a father as his son is becoming a man – all in a time before you could Google you way through child raising.


Christopher Meloni as "Jack Dunlevy"

Connor Buckley as "Frankie Dunlevy"

Claudia Lee as "Rachel Dunlevy"


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