ABC’s remake of "Charlie’s Angels" is heading to pilot production after spending a year in development, reports Nellie Andreeva at Deadline.com.
The project, from Sony TV, was put in redevelopment after the upfronts with new writers, Al Gough and Miles Millar, the creators and executive producers of "Smallville," she writes.
At that time, the project was one of five on the fast-track development process under ex-ABC president Steve McPherson, the story says. McPherson’s replacement, Paul Lee, liked the script and so the project is moving forward.
It’s tapped top casting director John Papsidera to find the leads, and Miami has been picked as a location for the pilot shoot, the article notes.