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Sinclair's duopoly partner, Deerfield Media, acquired WHAM-TV from Newport Television in December 2012.
WHAT IT WAS: A modern-day, TV-movie remake of the 1988 tearjerker, starring Idina Menzel as CC (played by Bette Midler in the original film) and Nia Long as Hillary (originated by Barbara Hershey) STATUS: Aired Jan.
21 on Lifetime WHAT TO EXPECT: A drama series loosely based on the 2001 Owen Wilson-Gene Hackman movie, described as “a military soap thriller wherein a group of U. soldiers find themselves trapped behind enemy lines.” STATUS: Pilot ordered at Fox (January 2017) WHAT TO EXPECT: A sequel series focusing on Daphne, Samantha Stephens’ twentysomething granddaughter, who discovers her quest for true love can’t be solved with magic (though that won’t stop her from trying) STATUS: Received a pilot production commitment from NBC (October 2014) WHAT TO EXPECT: An animated series based on the 2014 movie about a 14-year-old boy named Hiro and a giant, inflatable robot named Baymax STATUS: Premiering on Disney XD in Fall 2017; already renewed for Season 2 ANYTHING ELSE?
: Maya Rudolph, Jamie Chung, Scott Adsit, Alan Tudyk, Ryan Potter, Genesis Rodriguez, David Shaughnessy and Stan Lee — all of whom voiced characters in the film — will return for the TV series.
WHAT TO EXPECT: A revamped version of the nonfiction series, which will focus on “the most meaningful moments in our culture from some of the most accomplished nonfiction storytellers of our time.” STATUS: Returning to A&E, its original home, in Spring 2017 WHAT TO EXPECT: A TV series based on the 2002 movie, which starred Kate Bosworth, Michelle Rodriguez and Sanoe Lake as a trio of friends riding waves in Hawaii STATUS: In development at NBC (November 2016) , a reboot of the short-lived ‘80s sci-fi series about the aftermath of the Metal Wars, a global confrontation between humans and machines.