Fresh news from the HollywoodReporter
ABC's "Women's Murder Club" will produce three more original episodes this season after a last-minute deal with Robert Nathan to come on board as showrunner.
He replaces co-creators/co-showrunners Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain who, along with exec producer R. Scott Gemmill, were let go earlier this month.
A pickup of additional episodes by ABC hinged on finding a new showrunner. With Nathan at the helm, "Women's" will go into production on three fresh episodes to begin airing on ABC as soon as April.
There are no plans for any significant creative changes to the series, a procedural focused on the four women who partner together to solve crimes, producing studio 20th Century Fox TV said.
Craft and Fain remain at 20th TV under an overall deal.