Among those up for the spot are "Central Division," about two female LAPD captains running a dangerous downtown division; "The Lead Sheet," about an LAPD department solving violent crimes as it searches for an infamous strangler; and "The Quickening," about a bipolar detective with extraordinary abilities.
Another, where A&E has already committed to shoot a pilot, is "Cooler Kings," about an ex-cop in Honolulu looking for revenge after the death of his girlfriend. Jerry Bruckheimer is an executive producer.
In June, the second season of "The Cleaner" debuts, with 13 one-hour episodes. A&E is also developing a Western miniseries along with Kevin Costner.
As for A&E's bread-and-butter reality series, the network said it will debut an untitled show following Tony Danza as he becomes a high-school teacher in New York. Also on tap is a show following action star Steven Seagal, as he continues his work with a New Orleans-area police department, and a series providing an update on the life of the man once known as MC Hammer.
"Intervention," "Gene Simmons Family Jewels" and "Criss Angel Mindfreak" are returning.