January is the perfect month to get excited about new shows and movies, and what better way to do that than catch up with our latest development roundup? We have news on Sir Ridley Scott’s highly anticipated TV directorial debut, a new supernatural pilot from CBS, and reports on how well Captain Marvel is already doing in advance ticket sales. Firstly, Deadline reports that Scott’s sci-fi drama Raised by Wolves, from his production company Scott Free Productions, is taking shape nicely after adding former Vikings star Travis Fimmel to its cast. Next up, CBS is getting pilot season started with a religion-themed supernatural drama titled Evil, according to Deadline. The duo’s company King Size Productions has an overall deal with CBS, and they are also said to be developing Girls With Guns along with Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions. Finally, Marvel’s first female-led movie, Captain Marvel, starring Brie Larson, is looking like a serious threat to the summer blockbuster season. According to Fandango, in terms of pre-ticket sales the movie is already in the top three of MCU movies within the first 24 hours of being on sale. A new trailer for the movie was shown during the college football national championship game on ESPN earlier this week, just as tickets went on sale – which no doubt helped boost the excitement and anticipation for the movie.

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