Twentieth Century Fox Television has promoted key execs in its development department.
Rafe Spall ("Prometheus") and Jacqueline Emerson ("The Hunger Games") are attached to star in indie drama "Son of the South," a new project from Barry Alexander Brown that Spike Lee is set to exec…
ABC's "Rookie Blue" has been renewed for a fourth season.
Red Bull Media House has inked an exclusive, three-year deal with Outside TV for current and future programming.
Cue "Pomp and Circumstance." Fox has selected Thomas Wong as the first fellow chosen from the participants in its inaugural Fox Writers Intensive program.
The June 20 premiere of HBO's "The Newsroom" in Hollywood drew thesps from HBO series past and present, including Sufe Bradshaw, Kristin Davis, James Gandolfini and Timothy Simons.
Family-friendly cabler GMC TV has greenlit two unscripted skeins, "The Bulloch Family Ranch" and "I Forgive You."
Jennifer Hudson will be lending her pipes to NBC's "Smash" with a multi-episode guest star role next season.
Reality TV junkies will have a new way to tune in as FANS.TV unveils its latest product, an online platform that allows users to up the competitive ante on their favorite programming.
"Saturday Night Live" alum Ayala Cohen has joined ICM Partners' talent division in its Gotham office.
Charlie Goldstein has been tapped as Media Rights Capital's veep of television production for independent film, TV and digital studio. He will report to head of physical production James Glander.