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Women’s Murder Club Still On The Case

Women’s Murder Club Still On The Case


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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.

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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.

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