Spy Drama in the Works at NBC, From ‘Justified’ Producer

Sep 5, 2012  •  Post A Comment

"Justified" executive producer Graham Yost is developing a spy drama for NBC, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed.

The hourlong drama focuses on a female spy and is set in 1970s Los Angeles. Called "L.A. Woman," the drama has received a script order form the network, which Yost will write and executive produce.

Yost previously worked at NBC when he served as executive producer on the 2007 crime drama "Raines," which starred Jeff Goldblum. He also created "Boomtown,’ which aired for two seasons on NBC.


  1. It’s too bad there aren’t enough creative people to come up with better names for products. iPad, iPad 2, then iPad again. Windows ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and 8. “Sports Center” one of the best comedies that most people who don’t like sports never watched not knowing it had little to do with sports. Now “L.A. Woman”?? seriously. People will look at the name and think it’s about a California-transplanted Carrie Bradshaw. Call it “She Spies” or “Spy Woman” – anything that really tells at a glance what you are going to see. “Cheers” you pretty much knew it had to be about alcohol, “ER” – what else, give your show a chance to succeed, people. “Justified” is probably the best show on TV and every week the title is explained and makes people curious to watch it. “Raines”, “Boomtown”, no wonder they failed.

  2. Actually it was “Sports Night”, not “Sports Center”….

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