This is the fourth of five round-ups detailing the drama pilots ordered by the big five US networks for consideration for the 2013/14 season.
Each network subsequently announces which pilots have been ordered to series during their individual Upfronts presentation in May.
Next up is Fox, which has ordered eight drama pilots:
A drama about a family business that carries out assassinations for the US government.
Executive produced by Davey Holmes, John Wells, Andrew Stearn and Craig Brewer for Warner Bros Television and John Wells Productions.
A woman falls in love in a world where love is illegal.
Based on the trilogy of novels by Lauren Oliver, it is executive produced by Karyn Usher, Peter Chernin, Katherine Pope, Paul Mazur and Mitchell Kaplan for 20th Television and Chernin Entertainment.
A gang member sent to infiltrate the San Francisco Police Department must balance his loyalties to his crime family with that of his new ‘family’.
Chris Morgan, Scott Rosenbaum, Brian Grazer and Francie Calfo executive produce for 20th Television and Imagine Entertainment.
When members of a federal witness protection programme start being killed, a US Marshal leads the hunt for the person who stole the list that identifies every member of the programme.
Paul Zbyszewski and Ruben Fleischer executive produce for 20th Television.
Based on the Australian series of the same name about a brilliant but self-destructive lawyer.
Format creator Peter Duncan executive produces with Peter Tolan, Michael Wimer, Richard Roxburgh, Ian Collie and co-executive producer Greg Kinnear for Sony Pictures Television, Fedora Entertainment and Essential Media and Entertainment.
A supernatural thriller set in the modern day and based on the short story by Washington Irvine.
Alex Kurtzman, Bob Orci, Heather Kadin and Len Wiseman executive produce for 20th Television and KO Paper Products.
Untitled JH Wyman project
A buddy cop drama set in the near future when LAPD officers are partnered with human-like androids.
JH Wyman, JJ Abrams, Bryan Burk and Kathy Lingg executive produce for Warner Bros Television and Bad Robot Productions.
The Wild Blue
A drama following the crew of a US aircraft carrier.
Taylor Elmore, Graham Yost, Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein and Michael Dinner executive produce for Sony Pictures Television and Gran Via Productions.