Tyke fans of Nickelodeon's "iCarly" bade farewell to the series last week, but the cabler already has a spinoff waiting in the wings.
HBO is developing "Paper," an hourlong drama inspired by Jake Halpern's essay "Pay Up," featured in the New Yorker. Dede Gardner and Brad Pitt will exec produce through Pitt's shingle, Plan B…
FX is developing a smallscreen adaptation of J. Michael Feldman's comedic stage show "Fairy Tale Theater: 18 and Over," with Billy Crystal attached to exec produce.
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For better or for worse, redneck reality TV is far from hitting the hay. In fact, MTV is dipping its toes in the mud with its latest reality series, "Buckwild." Skein has an aura of "'Duck Dynasty'…
Fox Entertainment topper Kevin Reilly doled out harsh words for fellow broadcast net execs at the Hollywood Radio and TV Society's State of Broadcast panel Wednesday afternoon -- and hinted at…
NBC has inked a first-look deal with Nick Cannon, host of Peacock's "America's Got Talent," and Cannon's banner NCredible Entertainment.
AMC has greenlit unscripted skein "Owner's Manual," ordering eight half-hour episodes from Asylum Entertainment.
Syfy continues to flex its unscripted muscles, greenlighting three spooky new reality skeins for next year.
"Two and a Half Men" thesp Angus T. Jones issued a lengthy mea culpa on Tuesday, a day after causing a stir with an Internet vid in which he called the CBS laffer "filth" and urged viewers to stop…
Music network Fuse has acquired Tricon Film and TV's "Ex-Wives of Rock" and will slot the reality skein in its new block of original series, "Fuse Friday Nights."
"Two and a Half Men" trouper Angus T. Jones had a post-Thanksgiving surprise for Warner Bros. and CBS when he likened the laffer to "filth" and urged viewers to stop watching.