Pilot News: NBC Orders Greg Berlanti Mystery, Angel Drama, Hospital Soap

Greg Berlanti Pilot

NBC on Friday gave pilot orders to three drama projects, including a mystery from Arrow/The Flash/Supergirl producer Greg Berlanti (pictured) and a fallen-angel tale from husband-wife duo Mark Burnett and Roma Downey.

Berlanti’s Blindspot begins with a beautiful woman, covered in a “road map” of tattoos, discovered naked in Times Square. Her mysterious ink sends the FBI on an intense journey which, ultimately, reveals her true identity.

Writer Martin Gero (The L.A. Complex) will executive-produce with Berlanti.

In addition, NBC ordered:

Unveiled, which follows a team of “flawed” guardian angels, all desperate to restore their faith as they attempt to rescue those in need. Burnett and Downey (The Bible) will executive-produce alongside writers John Sakmar and Kerry Lenhart (Psych, Boston Public).

Heart Matters, a medical soap about Alex Panettiere, a heart transplant surgeon who struggles to balance her romantic and professional life. Amy Brenneman (Private Practice) and Brad Silberling will executive-produce alongside writer Jill Gordon (My So-Called Life)Susan Carlson, Eric Carlson, Kelly Meyer and Kathy Magliato will co-executive-produce.

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  1. JJJ says:

    Berlanti needs to cool down a bit. He’s already got Arrow, The Flash, The Mysteries of Laura, and working on the Pan movie, Supergirl, a potential ATOM TV show and some others I can’t remember.

  2. Dude says:

    So Unveiled is just Touched By an Angel then?

  3. jj says:

    blindspot sounds really interesting!

  4. Babygate says:

    I’m intrigued by Blindspot. As long as the writing can deliver. The guardian angel idea sounds an awful lot like Touched by an Angel in which Roma starred. The medical one sounds lame.

  5. delfiteblu says:

    Was hoping for Chicago Med.

  6. Eric says:

    Am I the only one who thinks that the guy in the picture looks as though Mark Ruffalo and Walton Goggind somehow made a baby?

  7. Et al says:

    Blindspot somewhat reminds me of the original concept of Mulholland Drive before abc passed and David Lynch turned it into a feature. I think I’m in. I’m just thrilled they’re launching a drama that doesn’t start with ‘Chicago’.

  8. Lauren says:

    Imagine stretching Blindspot’s story, the woman’s identity will be revealed in season 10 or 5. If it’s only for a single season–great!

  9. davidofmidnight says:

    It would be ironic if Unveiled replaced Constantine on Fridays.

  10. bondage says:

    Mori’s book and phenomena was tthe finishing blow on the industry, specifically for kids’ games.

    But they just don’t seem tto understand tha most of us have not developed sufficient developmental capabilities to help it become happen. There is certainly not that puts you in solid picturre than hearing news ites in the horse.

  11. Dennis says:

    Sounds like John Doe the FOX show

  12. David4 says:

    All canceled within a year. What else you got NBC?

  13. Maryann says:

    Berlanti’s Blindspot sounds exciting. I will definitely be on board if it gets a pickup.

  14. K says:

    Heart Mattere is Greys Anatomy and Heart of Dixie. And we have a Touched by an Angel remake? Pass

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  16. worthymagic says:

    This doesn’t look very promising for NBC. After reading this, all the fans who want renewals on The Mysteries of Laura(not me) and State of Affairs should start feeling very positive. Thank goodness NBC realized what a great thing they have in Law & Order SVU. In case CBS is ridiculous and dumps Blue Bloods, NBC should go after that too.