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Pilot season continues.

NBC has picked up State of Romance, a pilot by Barbara Wallace and Tom Wolfe described as a contemporary Pride & Prejudice in Chicago.

CBS also continues with its pilots by picking up five more.

First, The Good Wife, by In Justice‘s Robert and Michelle King. The story revolves around the wife of a politician pursuing her original career as a defense attorney.

Another drama pilot is Three Rivers, from Jericho/Judging Amy/Providence/Swingtown‘s Carol Barbee. The show is a medical drama about organ transplants, and will tell the story from three points of view: the doctor, the donor, and the recipient.

There’s also yet another Bruckheimer-produced show and yet another medical drama, this time named Miami Trauma (not this Trauma). The script was written by Jeffrey Lieber (the kind-of-but-not-really creator of Lost) and centers around a team of trauma surgeons trying to save critically-injured patients.

On the comedy side, we have Accidentally on Purpose, based on a novel by Mary F. Pols and adapted for TV by Cashmere Mafia‘s Claudia Lonow. The comedy tells the story of a San Fran movie critic pregnant of a much younger man with whom she had a fling.

And finally we have Die, penned by Mad TV‘s Will Sasso and Chad Kultgen. This buddy comedy revolves around two guys living a crappy life, even though for them they’re living the dream.

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