CBS orders 'Moonlight' star Alex O'Louglin's 'Three Rivers'

Alexoloughlin_290 "Moonlight" fans will be able to see their favorite member of the undead community rise again on network television.

CBS has ordered the Alex O'Loughlin medical drama "Three Rivers," along with a good selection of other shows, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Apparently, CBS is going for star power because it also ordered up the Jenna Elfman comedy "Accidentally on Purpose," the Julianna Margulies starrer "The Good Wife" and the "NCIS" spinoff starring LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell.

"Three Rivers" focuses on three different points of view in the organ transplant world: the donors, the doctors and the recipients. CBS also ordered up another medical drama, "Miami Trauma," produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.

"Accidentally" stars Elfman as a woman who gets pregnant after a fling with a younger man, while "Good Wife" stars Margulies as a politician's wife who joins a law firm as an associate.

"Undercover Boss" will also CBS' unscripted series slate.


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