"GENRE" TV PILOTS FOR 2004
Although Warner Bros Television has placed production of their new drama series "Tarzan & Jane" on 'hiatus', there are more 'genre' TV offerings from the big studios, coming your way for 2004 ...FEARLESS
From Warner Bros/Bruckheimer Television, "FEARLESS" is about a woman born without the 'fear' gene and ends up working undercover for the FBI. Based on a series of books by young-adult author Francine Pascal. Executive producers Jerry Bruckeheimer/Jonathan Littman/Jeremy Littman and written by Vincent Ngo/Evan Charnov.
From Warner Bros/NBC Studios/Silver Pictures, "FUTURE TENSE" is about a high-tech 'elite' law enforcement unit set in the near future. Executive producer is Joel "The Matrix" Silver.
From 20th Century Fox/Original Television, "MISTER ED" is a remake of the original "Mister Ed" talking horse series, which itself was inspired by the Donald O'Connor "Francis The Talking Mule" features of the 1950's.
From Paramount Network Television/Steven Bochco Productions, "NYPD 2069" is a 'fish-out-of-water' drama starring Josh "The Perfect Storm" Hopkins as a modern-day cop who lands in the year 2069 after being cryogenically frozen.
From DreamWorks/NBC Studios, "THE RIPPLES" is a comedy revolving around a couple that has been married for 4,000 years (?!) and has a son who looks 15 (but is really 3,985 years old.)
From Regency TV comes "SHADOW WALKERS", about married archeologists and their teenage kids who track down legendary 'creatures' that have escaped from 'Pandora's Box'. Written by Dan "The X Files" Angel.
From WBTV/Laura Ziskin Productions, "THE SPACES" is inspired by "Lost In Space", about a family living in a space colony. Written by Dan Milano and executive produced by Laura "Spider-Man" Ziskin.
From Warner Bros comes "SPELLBOUND", a 'Bewitched' inspired 'supernatural element' romantic comedy, featuring a male 'witch' who falls madly in love with a female mortal.