Miller and Taub will write and executive produce, with Miller executive producing under his Good Sessions Productions Banner. Warner Bros. Television, where Miller is under an overall deal, will produce along with Fox Entertainment.
Miller developed "Lethal Weapon" for television and served as executive producer and showrunner during its three-season run at the network. He also co-created and served as co-showrunner on the NBC comedy "Trial & Error." His other credits include "Chuck," "Las Vegas," "The 100," and "666 Park Avenue."
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The pair, who previously worked together on Fox's series adaptation of "Lethal Weapon," have scored a put pilot commitment at the broadcaster for a new drama project, Variety has learned exclusively.
He is also known for his work on shows such as "Life with Louie," "Early Edition," "Judging Amy," "Drop Dead Diva," "Hart of Dixie," and "UnREAL." Taub started out as a consulting producer on "Lethal Weapon" before being upped to co-executive producer and finally an executive producer.
Eddie's nice enough to help them sort out their unfinished business, but always for a price. The drama is titled "Dead Eddie." In the series, after a near-death experience, misanthropic ex-cop-turned-private investigator Eddie Bana is burdened with the ability to talk to the dead.
Matt Miller and Alex Taub are staying in business with Fox.

The series also starred Keesha Sharp, Kevin Rahm, Jordana Brewster, Johnathan Fernandez, Dante Brown, Chandler Kinney, and Michelle Mitchenor. Wayans led the series as Roger Murtaugh, while Crawford played Martin Riggs and Scott played Wesley Cole in season 3. The one-hour Fox drama was an adaptation of the “Lethal Weapon” film franchise, which starred Danny Glover and Mel Gibson.
Fox has canceled its troubled cop series "Lethal Weapon" after three seasons, Variety has learned.
The show averaged a 0.71 rating in the key 18-49 demographic and just over 3 million total viewers per episode in Season 3, which was a significant dip from the season 2 average rating of 1.0 and average viewership of just over 4 million. Even those numbers represented a pretty substantial decline from season 1, which had an average rating of 1.57 and 6.5 million total viewers.
Fox also canceled freshman drama "The Passage" and comedy "The Cool Kids" Friday but previously renewed “Empire,” “9-1-1,” “The Resident,” “Family Guy,” “Last Man Standing,” “Bob’s Burgers” and “The Simpsons.” New series orders for the 2019-20 television season include dramas "Deputy," "Next," "Prodigal Son" and the Untitled Annie Weisman/Jason Katims series, live-action comedy "Outmatched" and animated comedies “Duncanville," "The Great North" and “Bless the Harts."
The show originally starred  Clayne Crawford and Damon Wayans as a buddy cop duo, however, Variety reported that the pair were far from friendly and fought regularly off-camera, leading to Crawford's sacking. Season three continued with Seann William Scott replacing Crawford, however, Wayans announced he was quitting and show, and coupled with a steep decline in ratings, it's no great surprise that Fox decided to pull the plug.
Television in association with Lin Pictures and Good Session Productions. Miller, Dan Lin, Jennifer Gwartz, and McG served as executive producers. “Lethal Weapon” was produced by Warner Bros.