Chase is officially on at NBC for next season. The network on Monday handed the hot procedural from Warner Bros. TV and Jerry Bruckheimer a 13-episode series order. Written by Jennifer Johnson, Chase is a thriller about a team of U.S. marshals hunting most-wanted criminals. Kelli Giddish stars, along with Cole Hauser, Jesse Metcalfe and Amaury Nolasco. Johnson is executive producing with Bruckheimer and Jonathan Littman. KristieAnne Reed is co-executive producing. David Nutter directed and executive produced the pilot, extending his streak to 16 consecutive pilots picked up to series. Chase joins four other pilots already picked up to series by NBC: dramas Undercovers and The Event, anthology dramedy Love Bites and comedy Outsourced. The network also has a new Law & Order series, L&O: LA, on tap for fall.
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