Here’s your daily for 6/16/2011.
HBO is developing a new female-centric comedy series produced by Sex and the City creator Darren Star and starring Goldie Hawn. The series, titled The Viagra Diaries, centers on Hawn’s character dealing with the late-in-life dissolution of her marriage.
The Amazing Race was renewed for a 20th season and will air sometime in 2012.
Broadway actors John Gallagher Jr. and Thomas Sadoski have joined Aaron Sorkin’s HBO drama pilot More As This Story Develops for HBO.
L.A. Superior Court Judge Alan Goodman ruled that Charlie Sheen’s case against Warner Bros. will proceed in arbitration rather than go to trial, a ruling that will ultimately work in the studio’s favor.
James Frain will guest star on an episode of Burn Notice. He will appear on the ninth episode this summer and portray the owner of a pharmaceutical company responsible, someone willing to do anything to protect his company’s secrets.
Mike & Molly‘s Melissa McCarthy and Fringe‘s Joshua Jackson have been tapped to announce this year’s Emmy noms on Thursday, July 14.
Caroline Dhavernas has been tapped for the lead in a new pilot for USA entitled Over/Under. She will play a professional photographer who specializes in nude photos
True Blood’s Lauren Bowles and her husband will be guest starring in Episode 2 of Curb Your Enthusiasm as a couple who annoys Larry. Bowles plays a busybody while her husband’s character has been described as a “hugger.”
Satirical news organization The Onion, publishers of a website and newspaper in addition to a pair of cable TV series, has inked a one-year deal with CBS Television Studios. Under the pact, the creative team will develop non-Onion comedy series ideas for broadcast as well as online series for CBS Interactive’s digital properties.
Elizabeth Rodriguez has joined the cast of NBC’s Prime Suspect, where she will play a cop.
Cartoon Network is developing its animated adventure series Ben 10 into a live-action feature with The Matrix producer Joel Silver at the helm.