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ABC orders Ryan Phillippe-Juliette Lewis drama 'Secrets and Lies' to series

ABC picks up Ryan Phillippe-Juliette Lewis whodunnit drama 'Secrets and Lies' to series

Not quite done revamping its slate, ABC has picked up the Ryan Phillippe-Juliette Lewis whodunnit drama, "Secrets and Lies," to series.

The hourlong drama, from Barbie Kligman ("Private Practice") centers on a man (Phillippe) who goes from Good Samaritan to murder suspect after he discovers the body of his neighbor's son in the woods. He stars opposite Lewis, who plays the detective set in solving the murder.

The pickup joins previously announced drama orders: "Marvel's Agent Carter," "How to Get Away With Murder," "Forever" and "American Crime."

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