J.J. Abrams highly anticipated new series starring “Lost” stars Terry O’Quinn and Michael Emerson has found a home with NBC. According to reports by Vulture, the series tentatively named “Odd Jobs” is still untitled and it will be a comedic-drama as former black-ops agents.
Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec who’ve previously penned “Alias” are to to write and be executive producers alongside Abrams.
“Odd Jobs” is not the only show Abrams is working on and pitching. His other show “Alcatraz,” another island drama, has been picked up by Fox. As mysterious as “Lost” was, fans can expect “Alcatraz” to be the same, as no premise has been released.
Elizabeth Sarnoff has been credited as the writer, with previous versions by Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt.