Daily for 3-24-2011

AMC is developing a new drama series, The Voyage, about man’s first contact with extraterrestrial life.

Former Knight Rider star Justin Bruening has joined NBC’s Wonder Woman.

Fringe producer Joel Wyman tweeted last night that Fringe was picked up for a fourth season. Fox has ordered 22 additional episodes of the bubble show.

Users of GetGlue will soon be able to earn extra stickers for checking-in to shows airing on NBC Universal’s cable networks, after the social entertainment check-in service signed a new deal with the broadcasting company.

Comedy Central has renewed Futurama for 2 more seasons. Each season will have a run of 13 episodes.

FX has canceled the boxing drama Lights Out.

Cablevision lets viewers watch 9 channels at once with new iO TV Quick Views. Reminds me of the scene where Marty Jr. is watching “a little TV” in Back to the Future 2.

Comedy Central has ordered a pilot from Eastbound and Down producer David Gordon Green. The project centers on a former special ops agent who must adapt to normal life after being decommissioned.

Deadline is reporting that Showtime has acquired the rights for a small screen adaptation of Rob Guillory’s bestselling comic book Chew.

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