ABC has given a script commitment to a new multi-camera Latina family comedy called Bridges, according to Deadline.
- Bridges follows a family of “strong Texas Latinas who have their world turned upside down when they lose the beloved mother who held their family together, and are left with the white, conservative father they blame for tearing the family apart.”
- The new series comes from writer Aaron Serna, Jaime Davila’s Campanario Entertainment and 20th Century Fox TV.
- Serna also executive produces the new series along with Campanario Entertainment’s Davila and Rico Martinez while Sebastian Jones will serve as showrunner.
- 20th Century Fox TV and Campanario Entertainment will co-produce.
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- In honor of the late Stan Lee, ABC will air an hour-long special, Celebrating Marvel’s Stan Lee. Hosted by Clark Gregg, the evening will feature never before seen interviews, archive footage, and stars of the Marvel universe sharing their memories of legendary pop culture icon.
- ABC has announced they’ve given a full season order to the comedy Schooled bringing the total episode count to 22. The series is currently in its second season.