NBC has put in development Justice, a legal drama project from Matt Lopez and John Glenn. Written by Lopez, who is a former lawyer, Justice tells the story of
larger-than-life District Attorney Logan Archer, a brilliant and relentless prosecutor who takes on crime while harboring some deep, dark secrets. Lopez and Glenn executive produce through Universal TV where both are under overall deals.
In features, Lopez, repped by WME and attorney Melissa Rogal, is a go-to screenwriter for family fare including Bedtime Stories, Race To Witch Mountain, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and the upcoming Clifford The Big Red Dog. He is set to adapt the best-selling children’s book The Day The Crayons Quit as a feature at Universal and is producing Huck with Peter Chernin for Paramount. In TV, he wrote the 2013 ABC pilot Gothica and developed drama One Kick at NBC last season.
This marks Glenn’s third network sale this season. He is writing and executive producing exorcism drama The Possession Of Maggie Gill and executive producing medical drama Critical, both for NBC. He is repped by WME and manager Brian Lutz.