Grand Central, based on Stephen King's New York Times at Special Bargain Rates, is one of 5 new projects in the works via ABC Studios boutique division Signature, run by Tracy Underwood.
From The Hollywood Reporter:
Signature is readying Grand Central, a potential straight-to-series order for summer 2014 from Haven writers Sam Ernst and Jim Dunn. The drama is based on King's short story The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates and described as a character-driven procedural with a supernatural twist. The short, published in 2008 and collected in King's Just After Sunset, centers on a widow who answers a phone call from her husband who died two days earlier in a plane crash. The husband predicts two tragedies that later come true and helps his wife avoid death.
Grand Central: From writers Sam Ernst and Jim Dunn (Haven), the drama is based on Stephen King's short story and is in development at ABC for a potential summer straight-to-series order. It's described as a character-driven procedural with a supernatural twist. Shawn Pillar, Lloyd Segan and Scott Shepherd (Haven, Greek, The Dead Zone) will exec produce.