'Beverly Hills Cop': CBS Orders Pilot With Eddie Murphy

NEW YORK - APRIL 21: Actor Eddie Murphy attends the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival opening night premiere of 'Shrek Forever After' at the Ziegfeld Theatre on April 21, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images For Tribeca Film Festival)
NEW YORK - APRIL 21: Actor Eddie Murphy attends the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival opening night premiere of 'Shrek Forever After' at the Ziegfeld Theatre on April 21, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images For Tribeca Film Festival)

"Beverly Hills Cop" has landed at CBS. According to Vulture, CBS has nabbed the "Beverly Hills Cop" TV project from "The Shield's" Shawn Ryan and film series star Eddie Murphy. The series will serve as a sequel to the film.

CBS has given a pilot production commitment to the project.

The new series will follow Aaron Foley, the son of Murphy's film character Axel Foley, as he polices the rich and famous and tries to escape his father's shadow. Murphy will appear in the pilot and could recur if the pilot makes it to series. No other casting has been announced.

"Beverly Hills Cop" isn't the first movie to get the TV treatment. Click through the slideshow below to revisit some of the films that have successfully (and not so successfully) made the jump to the small screen.

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