J.J. Abrams Developing Pulp Fiction-esque Series

Is J.J. Abrams bringing Pulp Fiction to TV?

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Abrams' production company, Bad Robot, is developing Pulp, a crime drama set in a slightly heightened reality, not unlike Quentin Tarantino's neo-noir classic, TVLine reports.

Monica Breen and Alison Schapker, veterans of Abrams' Alias, Lost and Fringe, wrote the script and would serve as executive producers.

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Bad Robot will begin pitching Pulp to networks next week, making it the fourth Abrams project that could receive a series order for next fall. His other projects are Alcatraz, starring Jorge Garica, at Fox, the Michael Emerson-Terry O'Quinn starrer Odd Jobs at NBC, and an untitled crime thriller with screenwriter Jonathan Nolan at CBS.

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