A new “The Good Witch” television series about the infamous mobster “The Mob,” starring the lead role of Toni Collette, has been picked up by CBS, according to Deadline.
The network has also ordered two episodes of the new series.
The series is based on the comic book series by Nick Fury, which chronicles the rise of the infamous “The Bad Mob.”
The new series will also include a new villain, who is described as the first member of the “Bad Mob.”
Collette plays Collette’s wife, who was killed by the mobster.
Collette will appear in the upcoming episodes as well.
In addition to the new TV series, CBS is also ordering the rights to the “The Sopranos” and “The Wire” graphic novels.
The new series was created by “The Gifted” creators Tony Andrada and Michael Nutter, and stars Collette and Nutter’s former co-stars as well as the recently announced “Gifted” cast members, including Ben Barnes, Matt Walsh, Anthony McNamee, Michelle Gomez and Peter Kraus.
CBS Television Studios president Chris Albrecht told Deadline that the new television series is a “great addition” to the network’s portfolio, and will also be an expansion of the networks current slate of programming.
“The show is a real reflection of our show business and our network’s brand.
And we are excited to work with CBS Studios to bring this new, original storytelling to audiences in 2017,” Albrech said.
With the new project, CBS has expanded its “The Game” brand, which has expanded from just a few shows on the network to include multiple shows.
The “Game” franchise was created and is broadcast by CBS Television Studios, which also includes “The Big Bang Theory” and a spinoff series called “Bachelor Nation.”
“The Good Wives” will follow the story of a former mobster and his son as they are sent to prison by their old boss, and the mobsters attempt to take over the world, as well, according To Be Announced.
The new “Good Witch” will be based on an original story by writer David Simon and artist Marc Webb.
The show is set in Los Angeles, where a former “The Gang” boss is trying to reclaim his business, and he hires a woman to help him.
“I’ve been fortunate enough to work on a number of great shows over the last 20 years and I have a lot of fond memories of them.
I look forward to this show,” Simon said in a statement to Deadline, calling it “a tremendous opportunity to bring a compelling new story to life.”
Meanwhile, The Good Witch will be the latest show to be picked up for a second season.
Earlier this year, CBS was announced to be picking up the rights for the “Gossip Girl” series, which was created in 2004 and follows a group of teenage girls who are forced to attend a girls school after their parents divorce.
The second season of the series is slated to air this fall.