Bravo is breathing life into "Death Becomes Her."
Rural Media Group, parent company of cabler RFD-TV, has tapped Randy Bernard as CEO.
"Duck Dynasty's" second season ended on a record-breaking high note, as the finale became A&E's No. 1 telecast of all time.
TLC has not missed a beat when it comes to Kate Middleton's pregnancy across the pond, announcing one-off spesh "William and Kate: A Royal Baby Story."
Lifetime has picked up "Preachers' Daughters," a new reality series that will follow the lives of the teen daughters of pastors.
Beck Media & Marketing has acquired Eddie Michaels' Insignia Public Relations.
The nation's Amish communities continue to be an unlikely breeding ground for unscripted programs. National Geographic Channel is developing a series from Leftfield Pictures that will examine how the…
ABC has ordered 13 episodes of paranormal drama "Weird Desk," targeted for a summer 2013 run.
Second-screen viewing continues to grow as a TV viewing habit, according to Nielsen's most recent Cross Platform Report.
"Game of Thrones" vet Sean Bean has stepped up to topline TNT pilot "Legends," replacing Brendan Fraser.
Mark Burnett's shingle One Three Media is planning a move into daytime as the company taps Terry Wood prexy of unscripted and original syndication.
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