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'Save Me': Anne Heche Pilot Gets Series Order From NBC

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"Save Me" on NBC, with Anne Heche, gets series order.

"Save Me," Anne Heche's return to broadcast TV after starring on HBO's "Hung," has gotten a series order from NBC.

According to TVLine, Heche stars in the new comedy series as a woman who has an experience that leads her to believe she can channel god.

"Save Me" joins Matthew Perry's "Go On" and the Hugh Dancy-fronted "Hannibal" on NBC's new programming slate. Perry stars in "Go On" as a sportscaster who tries to move on from a loss with the help of a support group. And Bryan Fuller's "Hannibal" will follow the budding relationship between FBI agent Will Graham (Dancy) and the title characterover its 13 episodes.

So far "Grimm" and "Smash" are the only two returning NBC shows secured for new seasons.

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