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NBC developing ‘LA Woman’ with ‘Justified’s’ Yost

The executive producer of “Justified” is back in business with NBC.

Graham Yost

The network is developing “LA Woman,” which revolves around a female spy in Los Angeles in the ’70s, with Graham Yost.  The network ordered a script for the hour-long project, and Yost will write and executive produce.

Yost created “Boomtown,” a cop drama that ran for two seasons on the network. He was also an executive producer on the Jeff Goldblum crime drama “Raines,” which appeared in 2007.

He also was a writter for the films "Speed" and "Broken Arrow."

Yost also is working on FX’s KGB spy drama “The Americans,” which will star Keri Russell.  FX  recently ordered 13 episodes of the project, which centers around an arranged marriage during the Cold War.

He also serves as an EP on “Falling Skies” on TNT, which was recently picked up for a third season.  The sci-fi, which stars Noah Wyle, which looks at the aftermath of an alien military invasion of Earth.

 “Justified, ” which is critically acclaimed and stars Timothy Olyphant, is also prepping its fourth season for FX.

Yost is represented by CAA. 


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Written by: KurtK26
Sep 4th, 2012, 12:29 pm

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Message Posted On Sep 4th, 2012, 12:42 pm

Raines, now there was a series that deserved at least one more season. 7 episodes was way too little. Goldblum was better there than he ever managed to be on Criminal Intent, at least in my view.

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