The brilliant Terry O'Quinn (Millennium, Lost) has signed onto ABC's pilot 666 Park Avenue, based on the graphic novels by Gabriella Pierce about an architect called Jane Boyle who marries the wealthy Malcolm Doran and becomes part of his revered family on the Upper East Side of New York City. However, soon after moving into their new home together, Jane comes to realise her mother-in-law is a witch, she herself has latent magical abilities, and their house is haunted.
O'Quinn will play Gavin, the owner of the spooky building the Doran's make their home, but I have no idea if that role's as second tier as it sounds. The pilot will be written by David Wilcox (Law & Order, Fringe) by Alex Graves (The West Wing, Terra Nova). I've heard Pierce's books described as "Rosemary's Baby meets The Devil Wears Prada", which is an interesting combination.
Have you read 666 Park Avenue? Does this TV show hold any appeal to you, on the surface?