David Wilcox is bulking up his drama output.
Through his double-blind deal at Warner Bros. TV, the writer/producer sold hour-long projects at both ABC and The CW, reports THR.
The latter is titled “Badlands,” and is being billed as a supernatural western about a ruthless family cursed by vengeful ghosts.
“Badlands” nabbed a script deal from the CW, with Wilcox on board to write and executive produce.
Wilcox has worked primarily in broadcast. He previously served as a consulting producer on Fox’s “The Following” and the creator/executive producer of ABC’s “666 Park Avenue”.
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