Epix, the joint venture between Viacom, Paramount, Lionsgate, and MGM, has signed some more top talent to develop its slate of shows, Deadline.com reports.
Says the article, "Oscar winner David S. Ward, 3-time Oscar nominee Todd Field, and Emmy winners Todd Holland and Lawrence O’Donnell have signed original scripted comedy and drama development deals with this 4th place pay channel."
Holland is developing "Random Acts," a comedy about a pair of female hit women.
Ward is working on the hour-long drama series "The Supremes." No, not the singing group–rather those 9 folks in long, black robes in Washington D.C.
Robert Borden, according to the article, is developing a "Half-hour single camera genre-bending comedy from Imagine, Fox 21 and Emmy-nominated writer Robert Borden (Late Show with David Letterman, George Lopez) that purports to be a blend of thriller, suspense, and humor which centers on a group of new hires at large software company who discover that they may not be management trainees after all."