Incorporated Network: Syfy Studio: CBS Television Studios Production Company: Pearl Street Films Executive Producers: Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Jennifer Todd, Ted Humphrey Associate Producer: Margaret Chernin Writers: David Pastor, Alex Pastor Logline: Set in a world where corporations have seemingly unlimited power, this is the story of one man's efforts to beat the system. SSN Insight: The Middle Man, which was ordered to pilot last year by Fox, from Pearl Street, is still in active development, but had to be rolled due to other commitments by Affleck, who had signed on to direct. The Phoenix Project Network: CW Studio: Warner Bros. Television Production Company: Quinn’s House Executive Producer: Martin Guero Writer: Martin Guero Logline: Three friends, in an attempt to combat apathy, take an anarchistic, dangerous and morally questionable approach to save society from itself. SSN Insight: Guero is also developing Blindspot for NBC with Berlanti Productions, as well as working on an adaptation of UK’s drama Misfits. Back On The Farm Network: NBC Studio: Universal Television Production Company: Silent Machine Entertainment Executive Producers: Krysten Ritter, Lindsey Liberatore Writer: Maggie Bandur Logline: A Hollywood actress's life suddenly implodes, forcing her to move back to her family’s farm. SSN Insight: Based on an idea by Ritter, the project stems from her first look deal with Universal Television. Lost In Space Network: TBD Production Companies: Legendary TV, Synthesis Entertainment Executive Producers: Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless, Kevin Burns Writer: Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless Logline: An update of the series about an attempt by the U.S. to colonize deep space by sending a single family, the Robinsons, on a 5 1/2-year journey to another planet. But a foreign secret agent, Dr. Zachary Smith, sabotages the mission, causing the ship to veer off course and become lost in space. Details: Based on the series, "Lost In Space," which aired on CBS from 1965-1968 The Thomas Berryman Number Network: CBS Studio: CBS Television Studios Production Companies: Tribeca Productions, James Patterson Entertainment Executive Producers: Rene Balcer, Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal, James Patterson, Leopoldo Gout, Bill Robinson Co-Executive Producer: Berry Welsh Writer: Rene Balcer Logline: An FBI agent who works in the Criminal Section of the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division investigates crimes based on civil rights violations across the country. She finds herself caught between the radical family she was born into and the professional family she has chosen. Details: Based on the novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, written by James Patterson in 1976. SSN Insight: Patterson has two other works being developed for series that include Zoo for CBS and Private which is being developed by Sonar Entertainment and Tribeca Productions. Angie Steele Network: CBS Studio: ABC Studios Executive Producers: Patricia Cornwell, Gretchen Berg, Aaron Harberts Writer: Patricia Cornwell Logline: Revolves around an unorthodox female police detective in San Diego who is haunted by demons from her past. SSN Insight: There have been several projects adapted from works by Cornwell, but this is her first original project for television. Untitled Andrea Newman/ Eva Longoria Supernatural Anthology Drama Project Network: NBC Studio: Universal Television Production Company: UnbeliEVAble Entertainment Executive Producers: Andrea Newman, Eva Longoria, Ben Spector Writer: Andrea Newman Logline: Inspired by the rich world of Hispanic folklore and myth, each season will explore a different legend and be set in the present-day Southwest. The first season is based on the ancient Hispanic tale of La Llorona, the "weeping woman," and follows a troubled detective investigating a young mother accused of trying to drown her child in a small town hiding a supernatural secret. In the legend, a woman drowns her children for a man and is destined to search for them for eternity, sometimes abducting wandering children who resemble her own. Details: Inspired by Hispanic folklore and myth. Season one is based on the ancient Hispanic tale of La Llorona, the "weeping woman." SSN Insight: UnbeliEVAable has also taken on a project for ABC with Kat Coiro called Splitting The Difference which is based on a memoir by Tre Miller-Rodriguez. Pariahs Network: ABC Studio: ABC Studios Production Company: Mark Gordon Company Executive Producers: Nichole Millard, Kathryn Price, Mark Gordon, Nicholas Pepper Writer: Nichole Millard, Kathryn Price Logline: Centers on two infamous "pariahs" who are out of options and forced to team up to practice law. One is a former football phenomenon who became a jailhouse lawyer after he was wrongfully convicted of murdering his girlfriend. The other is a Yale Law graduate whose bright future went up in flames when her sex tape with a Supreme Court nominee leaked. Together, they represent the outcasts that society has already condemned. SSN Insight: Project reunites Millard, Price and Gordon, who developed an Untitled project for ABC last season about two female detectives, that did not move forward. Untitled Scott Foley / Greg Grunberg Comedy Network: ABC Production Company: Shondaland Executive Producers: Scott Foley, Greg Grunberg, Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers Writers: Scott Foley, Greg Grunberg Logline: Engaged couple Max and Paige, over their wedding rehearsal dinner, have their eclectic family and friends give toasts recalling anecdotes about the couple — but flashbacks reveal that the toasts don’t always get it right. Untitled Len Wiseman/ Scott Rosenbaum Sci-Fi Drama Project Network: FOX Studio: 20th Century Fox Television Production Companies: Sketch Films, Skeeter Rosenbaum Productions Executive Producers: Len Wiseman, Scott Rosenbaum Writer: Scott Rosenbaum Logline: Set in a foreseeable future, where companies have begun to colonize sections of our known galaxy, a mercenary search and rescue team is dispatched to investigate a distress signal from a prison transport that has crashed on an uncharted planet. This unlikely group of heroes will now have to work together when they encounter a much greater challenge on this mysterious planet than they could have anticipated. SSN Insight: Project stems from Rosenbaum’s new two-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television. Bloodhounds Network: CBS Studio: CBS Television Studios Production Company: Tagline Pictures Executive Producers: Brandon Camp, Chris Henze, Ron West Writer: Brandon Camp Logline: A hand-picked task force deputized by the U.S. Marshals is immune to police protocols and use surveillance, technology and street experience to track down criminals, suspects and fugitives. Details: Based on the French series, Bloodhounds (Les Limiers), created by Franck Philippon and Xavier Matthieu based on an original idea by Kader Aoun and produced by CALT, which aired on France 2 in 2013. SSN Insight: Tagline is also developing a project for FOX called DeTour, which is inspired by the life of Rivers Cuomo. Black Widows Network: CBS Studio: CBS Television Studios Production Company: Naegle Ink Executive Producers: Joshua Safran, Sue Naegle Writer: Joshua Safran Logline: Two women kill their abusive spouses and try to get away with it as the FBI, their close-knit community and even their own guilt conspire to take them down. Details: Based on the Finnish series Mustat Lesket, created by Roope Lehtinen and Mikko Pöllä, and premiered in March 2014. The Town Network: CW Studio: Warner Bros. Television Production Companies: Big Talk Productions, Russian Hill Productions Executive Producers: Mike Bartlett, Oliver Goldstick, Matthew Justice, Kenton Allen, Simon Curtis Writer: Oliver Goldstick Logline: When a young man starts investigating his parents suicide and he suspects murder, the entire town is culpable. Details: Based on the 2012 three-part ITV miniseries created by Mike Bartlett. Untitled Monica Potter / Ellen DeGeneres Comedy Project Network: NBC Studio: Warner Bros. Television Production Company: A Very Good Production Executive Producers: Ellen DeGeneres, Jeff Kleeman, Sherry Bilsing-Graham, Ellen Kreamer Producer: Monica Potter Writers: Sherry Bilsing-Graham, Ellen Kreamer Cast: Monica Potter Logline: Storyline under wraps. Details: Loosely based on Monica Potter's life. Project has received a pilot production commitment. SSN Insight: Potter is currently finishing up her sixth and final season on NBC’s Parenthood. Monster-In-Law Network: Fox Studio: Warner Bros. Television Executive Producers: Amy B. Harris, John Riggi, Chris Bender, JC Spink Writer: Amy B. Harris, John Riggi Logline: A happy couple is about to learn the joys and horrors of parenthood while managing the most challenging relationship of all — the one between a wife and her husband’s mother. Details: Loosely inspired by the movie, Monster-In-Law, 2005, directed by Robert Luketic and starring Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda.