ABC Passes on Four Pilots

ABC has decided against ordering four of their pilots to series. They are as follows:

Legal drama pilot Judgment was over two timelines, centering on a woman being vetted for the US Supreme Court as she recounts her experience at a DC law firm in present day, including her cases and love life that saw her caught between two feuding brothers. With all of her darkest series are at risk of coming out, her SCOTUS nomination, her reputation, and her marriage are in jeopardy. Sarah Shahi, Reid Scott, Francois Arnaud and Portia Doubleday starred in the pilot.

Medical drama The Hurt Unit starred Ben McKenzie, Michelle Ortiz and Melissa George, and centered on the HURT Unit, a team of highly-trained surgeons who treated patients in the field in instances where patients were unable to get to the ER.

Keeping It Together, a comedy pilot, starred Ellie Kemper and Judy Greer and focused on a working mom whose life isn't going as planned, leading her to search for a place she fits in. It was based on the UK series Motherland.

Public Defenders centered on four inexperienced public defenders with massive student debt who work tirelessly to keep their clients out of jail, relying on one another to get through work. Anthony Anderson led the cast.

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