September 29, 2010 at 09:07 PM EDT

  • After being relegated to Friday nights, Fox’s Human Target has hit the bullseye: The show will move to Wednesdays, filling the slot originally intended for Lie To Me. (The latter is being moved to Lone Star‘s vacated Monday night spot.) [The Wrap]
  • Paul Haggis and Russell Crowe could be working together on The Equalizer, the adaptation of the 1980s TV series about the secret agent-turned-vigilante. [THR]
  • Conan’s new late-night TBS talk show will be distributed internationally by Warner Brothers International Television Distribution. Obviously, Conan will be a hit in Finland. [The Wrap]
  • NBC has snagged My Life As an Experiment, a comedy produced by Jack Black based on former EW staffer A.J. Jacob’s book about being a human guinea pig. [Deadline]
  • ATO has nabbed film rights to the John C. Reilly-starring film Terrie, about a 15-year-old who befriends his vice principal. Zack Morris and Mr. Belding just called (on this phone) and said they want the plot of their show back.  [THR]
  • An adult version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is currently in the works. And no, the title is Snow White and the Huntsman, not Dopey Does Dallas. (Where is your mind today?) [THR]

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