J.J. Abrams to Develop Drama for The CW

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Has The CW found its next hit?

The network has signed a deal with beloved producer/writer/director J.J. Abrams, who will develop an upcoming series along with One Tree Hill's Mark Schwahn. According to Deadline, it will tentatively be titled Maine and focus on an inn in that state.

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On the small screen, Abrams is best known fr creating Alias and executive producing Lost. No word yet on when Maine will go into production, but look for it on The CW schedule in the fall of 2012 if its pilot gets approved.

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    I have to agree with @.Lo [you'll still have me]. The shows interesting, but I'm not getting my hopes up.


    I'm actually excited about this especially because of Mark Schwahn!


    Sounds like CBS relegated another series to its sister network.