Bruckheimer Pilot Coming To NBC

Published 6 years ago by , Updated August 14th, 2013 at 3:22 pm,

NBC has picked up an unnamed pilot from Jerry Bruckheimer that is toted as an action procedural series.  (Hmm, sounding like a cop show.)

A generic outline to the pilot says it’s a about a team that is charged with the responsibilities of making sure fugitive criminals don’t evade justice.

That sounds like Dog the Bounty Hunter on A&E!

The latest TV project that I know of from Bruckheimer is the wonderfully gritty undercover cop drama, Dark Blue, with Dylan McDermott, and he’s also brought out the soon-to-be-airing pilot of The Forgotten with Christian Slater.

Sadly, for me, Bruckheimer has been the driving force behind other shows that have hooked me, such as CSI: NY, CSI: Miami, CSI, Cold Case, Without a Trace, Eleventh Hour and oddly, The Amazing Race.

Even though the outline of this new mystery show seems familiar, Bruckheimer may just bring it to life for NBC and help them try and keep up with CBS in the ratings game.  God knows NBC need the help.

I have to wonder if Bruckheimer fans are looking forward to this.

Source:  TV Guide

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  1. I love most of his other stuff, since some i got behind on and never caught up but would look into a new show by him.

    well, except The Forgotten, cause it lost my interest when they recast the main male lead.
    Cause the other guy was an actor that’s more interesting.