Since a lot of people seem to be sending this in to me from the Hollywood Reporter website, I thought I’d post the entire article so that everyone knows that the article is not referring to “returning” shows on their schedule..
The WB announces fall TV lineup
May 11, 2001
By Cynthia Littleton
The WB Network has placed most of its bets for the upcoming season, giving official pickup orders to six comedies and two dramas.
The comedy pickups are the Reba McEntire starrer “Deep in the Heart,” from 20th Century Fox TV; Paramount’s male buddy comedy “Men, Women and Dogs”; “Raising Dad,” starring Bob Saget; Warner Bros./DreamWorks “Off Centre,” from the “American Pie” team of Paul Weitz and Chris Weitz; and Warner Bros./Touchstone’s “Maybe I’m Adopted.” The Warner Bros. comedy “The Young Person’s Guide to Becoming a Rock Star” also was given a midseason order.
Dramas ordered for the fall schedule were the young Superman vehicle “Smallville,” from Warner Bros. and Tollin-Robbins Prods. and Miramax TV’s “Glory Days,” from “Dawson’s Creek” creator Kevin Williamson. The WB also ordered two new reality series: “Elimidate Deluxe,” from Telepictures Prods., and “Lost in the U.S.A.,” in addition to picking up a second season of “Popstars.”