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The CW is developing a drama based on V.E. Schwab's "The Archived" book series, Variety has learned exclusively.
The final season will begin airing in October. News of the series' development comes as The CW prepares to say goodbye to network cornerstone "Supernatural." That series, which follows brothers Sam and Dean Winchester as they hunt various monsters and demonic creatures, is set to end its run after fifteen seasons this year.
"The Archived" book series is comprised of two books — "The Archived" and "The Unbound" — and the short story "Leave the Window Open," the last of which was published in 2015.
Sczudlo will serve as writer and executive producer on "The Archived," with Urman executive producing along with Joanna Klein under their Sutton St. is under an overall deal, will produce. CBS Television Studios, where Sutton St. Productions banner.
"Jane the Virgin" recently wrapped its run on The CW after five seasons and 100 episodes back in July. Urman will next serve as executive producer on the multi-cam comedy "Broke," which is set to debut on CBS at midseason.
In the series, the eldest child in a family of ghost hunters, Bex has trained her entire life for the day she’ll take up the mantle of “the chosen one.” But when her dad dies and her local-weather-girl sister wakes up with the familial powers instead, these night-and-day sisters will have to figure out how to work together and save the world. The project hails from "Jane the Virgin" writer Liz Sczudlo with "Jane the Virgin" creator and showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman executive producing.
Sczudlo served as a producer on "Jane the Virgin" in addition to writing. Her other credits include "Switched at Birth," "Reign," and "The Following."

and I Can and I Will Prods. Gina Rodriguez is attached to executive produce the series from CBS Television Studios, Sutton St. Prods. David Rosenthal and Emily Gipson will also executive produce with Urman and Klein. "You're Killing Me" centers on a woman named Gracie who always thought she had an overbearing mother — but then her mother dies and haunts her for real and she realized her true worst nightmare.
"Jennie and Joanna are singular talents and a potent combination," said CBS Television Studios president David Stapf. We are extremely proud of our partnership with them." "Jennie’s writing and producing skill and Joanna’s ability to shepherd a project will place them in a select class of production entities.
Prods. Michael Rauch will write and executive produce the co-production between CBS Television Studios and Sutton St. "Family Emergency" follows three sisters who "often clash but always have each others' backs" as they worked together in a busy emergency room, navigating the complications of love, family and medicine.
"Jane The Virgin" creator Jennie Snyder Urman and development executive Joanna Klein have partnered to launch their own production company, Sutton St. Productions, Variety has learned.
In addition to "Jane The Virgin," Urman serves as executive producer on the CW's "Charmed" reboot. Her television previous writing and producing credits include "Emily Owens, MD," "Gilmore Girls," "90210" and "Lipstick Jungle." She also wrote the screenplay for the 2011 feature film "Something Borrowed."
Klein recently served as senior vice president of scripted development at Lifetime. There she was responsible for developing and producing scripted programs including "Unreal," "You" and the upcoming "American Princess." Prior to Lifetime, Klein worked at the CW as senior vice president of scripted series, as well as at Regency TV as vice president of scripted series, and at Lionsgate as vice president of scripted series. Over the course of her career, she has developed more than 500 scripted pilots and worked on more than 50 produced pilots and series, including "Weeds," "Gossip Girl," "The Vampire Diaries," "Jane The Virgin," "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and "Riverdale."” />
The duo has multiple projects in development under their new production banner, including the comedies "You're Killing Me" for streaming service CBS All Access and "Riches to Rags," which is in development at CBS, and the dramas "Family Emergency," in development at CBS and the "Jane The Virgin" spinoff in development at the CW.
and Propagate. Rodriguez, Urman, Klein, Silverman, Gipson, Gary Pearl and Jorge Granier will executive produce, with Valentina Garza writing and executive producing and Brad Silberling directing and executive producing. Prods., I Can and I Will Prods. Story details of the "Jane The Virgin" spinoff are still underwraps, but the show is set up through CBS Television Studios, Sutton St.
Joining him, Urman and Klein, are Alex Herschlag and Ben Silverman as executive producers. Herschlag will also write. "Riches to Rags" centers on an "outrageously wealthy trust fund baby" whose father cuts him off, forcing him and his wife to move into her sister's condo where they learn to delight in the "charms" of the working class while mourning the loss of being the "1% of the 1%." Camil will executive produce through ECABA, his production company. and Propagate. The show comes from CBS Television Studios, Sutton St. Prods.
Jamie Camil has signed on to star in and executive produce "Riches to Rags."