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Jeffrey Nachmanoff

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    'Hostages' Will Be CBS' Big Foray Into the Ambitious, Serialized Dramas From Which It's Previously Kept Away

    While the other big networks have tried to chase cable programming, with little success, CBS has become the top network on the basis of traditional episodic series like "NCIS" and "The Big Bang Theory." But the network has also made the odd foray into more serialized dramas -- like this summer's "Un...

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    Spy Drama 'Legends,' From the Producers of 'Homeland,' Gets a Series Order and a Trailer from TNT

    TNT has given a 10-episode order to spy drama "Legends," a new series executive produced by Howard Gordon and Alexander Cary of "Homeland" alongside Jonathan Levin, for a 2014 premiere. The show stars Sean Bean as Martin Odum, a agent working for the FBI’s Deep Cover Operations (D.C.O.) division who...

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    Toni Collette Joins CBS Conspiracy Drama Pilot 'Hostages'

    Toni Collette, whose Diablo Cody-created Showtime drama "United States of Tara" ended last year, has a new small screen project on the horizon.

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    Bruce Willis In Talks To Star In Jeffrey Nachmanoff's 'American Assassin'

    Bruce Willis is having a pretty good year. Ok, so it hasn't exactly been spotless: few people liked "Lay The Favorite" at Sundance, and he's had some near-DTV level cameos in films like "The Expendables 2," this week's "Cold Light of Day" and the genuinely DTV "Fire With Fire" (starring 50 Cent, who...

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    Jeffrey Nachmanoff Replaces Ed Zwick On 'American Assassin'

    The story of CIA operative Mitch Rapp spreads over several books, and CBS Films have spent years trying to use the material for a potential film. Gerard Butler, Colin Farrell and Matthew Fox were previously pursued for "Consent To Kill," which director Antoine Fuqua circled in 2008, but no...

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