IMDb TV has ordered “On Call”, a new half-hour drama from producer Dick Wolf and Universal Television (a division of Universal Studio Group) and Wolf Entertainment. The logline: “On Call” follows a pair of police officers on patrol in Long Beach, CA with each episode tracking the duo as they respond to a new radio call, arriving on the scene to resolve an incident.
Additionally, the streaming service from Amazon has greenlit three new original unscripted series: “Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary, a five-part mini-series following the country music star; “Bug Out”, a true-crime docu-series from The Cinemart; and the first streaming original home design series from interior designer Jeff Lewis.
“Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary” follows multi-platinum country music superstar and recent Academy of Country Music Awards “Entertainer of the Year” recipient, Luke Bryan, as he experiences the ups, downs, triumphs and tragedies along the road to success. “Bug Out” opens a trap door into the creepy underworld of exotic bug smugglers and the federal agents who chase them. And Jeff Lewis will showcase his home design, celebrity clientele and never-before-seen design innovation, balancing high-maintenance celebrities and ambitious home design projects while juggling his staff and personal life.
IMDB tv has also greenlit “High School”, a coming-of-age scripted series about finding your own identity — a journey made even more complicated when you have a twin whose own struggle and self-discovery so closely mimics your own. Told through a backdrop of 90s grunge and rave culture, the series weaves between parallel and discordant memories of twin sisters growing up down the hall from one another.