ABC has long planned a television reboot of the Charlie's Angels franchise, but little movements has been made -- publicly, at least -- since former Smallville executive producers Miles Millar and Al Gough took the reins on the relaunch.
That changes today, as Deadline reports that ABC is gearing up to pull the trigger on Charlie's Angels. According to the report, casting is currently underway for the pilot episode, albeit "quietly," under the direction of casting director John Papsidera. The pilot is set to shoot in Miami, with January targeted as a production start date.
Gough and Millar are executive producing alongside original series executive producer Leonard Goldberg, film star Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen, one of the producers on the movie revival.