Steve Keller and Mike Stone are back on "The Streets of San Francisco."
CBS is developing a contemporary remake of the classic 1970s cop series that starred Michael Douglas and Karl Malden.
Feature writer Sheldon Turner ("The Longest Yard") and "Numbers" producer Robert Port are penning the script, with Simon West on board to direct the potential pilot.
CBS Par TV, which owns the rights to Quinn Martin Prods.' original series, is producing the new take that has received a script order from the network.
Turner and Port, a certified member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, had worked on reinventing "Streets" for the past seven months. They spent time in San Francisco, riding along with SFPD cops.
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