ABC Family has given a fourth season to hit drama "Pretty Little Liars."
Netflix's first homegrown original series "House of Cards" will officially bow on the streaming platform on Feb. 1.
Oxygen continues to make strides in the original programming realm, developing five unscripted shows for next year's lineup.
ABC's upcoming country-music drama "Nashville" has cast Tilky Montgomery Jones in a major recurring role.
NBCUniversal News Group has bolstered its exec ranks with the appointment of key lieutenants to chairman Pat Fili-Krushel.
Adult Swim has picked up live-action laffers "Childrens Hospital" and "NTSF:SD:SUV" for additional seasons that are slated to bow in 2013.
Nickelodeon has greenlit production on tike-centric comedy "Swindle."
In a move that signals a renewed focus on longform programming at FX and its sibling Fox network, former HBO exec Gina Balian has been named senior VP of limited series for FX and FX Prods.
Magic Johnson's cabler Aspire is adding cultural programming blocks to its fall lineup with Laurence Fishburne and Esperanza Spalding as hosts.
As controversy surrounding TLC's latest reality show "Breaking Amish" grows, so does the skein's ratings. "Breaking Amish" bowed on September 9 during TLC's 10 p.m. time slot on Sundays and pulled…
TLC will dive into the reality subgenre of celeb exes with "Starter Wives," ordering four hour-long episodes of the unscripted skein.
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