Laura Linney is moving to the mountains for Netflix.
The show — premiering in 2017 — follows a financial planner (Bateman, who also serves as a producer/director), his wife (Linney) and their family as they suddenly relocate from the suburbs of Chicago to a summer resort community in the Missouri Ozarks.
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* Spike TV has ordered a pilot for an untitled late night talk show, hosted by Bar Rescue’s Jon Taffer, our sister site Variety reports.
* Starz is developing an adaptation of the British comedy Peep Show, per Deadline. Original series creators Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong will act as consulting producers, with Eli Jorne (Son of Zorn) set as showrunner.
* CMT has renewed Still the King for Season 2. The original comedy series, starring Billy Ray Cyrus and Joey Lauren Adams, airs its Season 1 finale on Aug. 14.
* Judd Hirsch (Numb3rs) will star in CBS’ new pilot for Superior Donuts, Deadline reports. The comedy project was in consideration for a series pickup during this past pilot season.
* Crackle has released an extended trailer for its upcoming drama series StartUp, starring Martin Freeman (Sherlock) and Adam Brody (The O.C.), premiering Sept. 6.