Fox has greenlighted the comedy/reality pilot, Skyler's Revolution starring comedian Skyler Stone. From Warner Horizon TV and McG's Wonderland Sound and Vision, The Hollywood Reporter describes the show as a comedy/prank hybrid in the vein of MTV's Punk'd.

Lucy Liu has been tapped to star in ABC's one-hour pilot, Cashmere Mafia, which revolves around four successful female executives, one of them played by Liu.

James Brolin has signed on to star in ABC's untitled Rina Mimoun drama pilot; it centers on a successful Atlanta lawyer (Alyssa Milano) who returns to her messy family in Savannah, Ga., with her newborn son. Brolin will play the woman's father, a charismatic, larger-than-life family attorney.

Aimee Garcia and Paul Campbell have been added to Fox's comedy pilot, Action News. It's an ensemble comedy set at a Buffalo TV station revolving around recently reunited co-anchors (Kelsey Grammer, Patricia Heaton). Garcia will play the team's weatherwoman; Campbell will play the news director.

Jessalyn Gilsig has joined Fox's drama pilot The Apostles, which follows the off-duty lives of cops and their families; Gilsig will play an LAPD lieutenant in internal affairs.

Kathleen Rose Perkins has been added to ABC's untitled Victoria Pile comedy pilot. The show follows the eccentric characters at a police precinct; Perkins will play the resident psychologist in the homicide department.

Kym Whitley has joined ABC's untitled Sachs/Judah comedy pilot; it centers around the lives of co-workers at a top law firm. Whitley will play the team's paralegal.

Eddie Matos has come aboard CBS' untitled Cynthia Cidre drama pilot, which follows the lives of three generations of the Duques, a powerful Latin American family. Matos will play the family's youngest son.

According to Variety, Andy Ackerman is signed to direct the untitled Scott Silveri comedy from Warner Bros. TV.

Eddie Matos will play Henry Duque, the youngest brother of Jimmy Smits, in the untitled Cynthia Cidre project from CBS Par Network TV and ABC TV Studio.