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May 14, 2009

Fox orders 'Past Life'

UPDATED: Fox has pickd up reincarnation drama "Past Life" from Warner Bros. as the network continues to place orders for next season. 

“Past Life” follows a team of detectives that solve crimes using regression therapy and the theory of reincarnation. The project already is making offers to writers.

If officially ordered, “Past Life” would join Tuesday’s pickups for the comedy “Sons of Tucson” (20th TV and J2TV) and the action-drama “Human Target,” (WBTV, DC Comics and Wonderland).

The duo joined previously announced animated comedy "Cleveland" and dramedy "Glee" among the network’s list of new shows.

Fox comedy “Brothers,” starring former pro football player Michael Strahan and CCH Pounder, is still bein considered from Sony/Tantamount, as is a renewal on 20th TV's cult favorite "Dollhouse."


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