Blartocalypse Now: 'Zookeeper' Gets A Greenlight

· The whole Blart team has reconvened for The Zookeeper, the story of "a lonely zookeeper...leading to intervention by the zoo's animals." He settles for a nice Tufted Capuchin in the end. [Variety]

· The premiere of Survivor: Inland Empire posted strong numbers—13.8 million viewers, easily winning the 8 p.m. hour for CBS. [THR]
· Universal is negotiating for screen rights to Robert Ludlum's The Parsifal Mosaic (not to be confused with MGM's Cruise/Washington/Cronenberg Ludlum project The Matarese Circle). "The Parcifal Mosaic?" That makes Quantum of Solace sound as catchy as He's Just Not That Into You. [Variety]
· CBS greenlights comedy pilot Good Girls, which will hopefully be as good as Worst Week was the worst. It's about "two childhood friends who try to reinvent themselves after making some youthful mistakes." And Ashton Kutcher is a producer, so prepare for ascots-a-plenty. [Variety]
· E! has ordered a reality show called Hot Girls in Scary Places. The premise is said to be "very high-concept" and under extremely tight wraps. It's killing us! What is this show about? [THR]