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Fourteen Westerns for Next TV Line-Up

Two fans of TV westerns

The networks are looking to the west for their next batch of television shows.

Showrunners are dusting off old scripts and pitching new ideas set in the wild west following renewed interest in the genre.

Executives at the networks say they are looking for programming that will appeal to a wide range of viewers, including those who don’t typically watch television.

“The western is a genre that has a lot of appeal,” said one executive. “It’s a classic American story, and there’s a lot of potential for great characters and great original drama.”

Among the westerns in development are:

  • “The Gunslinger” — A show about a lone gunman who wanders the west, righting wrongs and fighting injustice.

  • “The Outlaw” — A show about a former outlaw who is trying to start a new life but finds himself drawn back into the world of crime.

  • “The Lawman” — A show about a sheriff who must keep the peace in a small town while also dealing with his own demons.

  • “The Bounty Hunter” — A show about a bounty hunter who tracks down criminals for a living.

  • “The Ranch” — A show about a family who runs a ranch in the Colorado Rockies.

  • “The Drifter” — A show about a man who wanders the west, searching for a place to call home.

  • “The Marshal” — A show about a U.S. Marshal who brings criminals to justice.

  • “The Cowboy” — A show about a man who tries to live his life the way the west was meant to be lived.

  • “The Widow” — A show about a woman who is trying to start over after her husband is killed.

  • “The Pioneer” — A show about a family who travels west in search of a new life.

  • “The Trailblazer” — A show about a man who helps settlers travel west.

  • “The Legend” — A show about a man who is considered a legend in the west.

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