New movie streaming service Flickme has launched with licensing deals in place with Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The broadcast networks will find themselves with some unexpected company this fall in their pursuit of eyeballs and ad revenues: Yahoo.
"CSI" executive producer Carol Mendelsohn has set up a femme-led procedural at CBS to be penned by "Good Wife" scribe Ted Humphrey.
Apple quietly removed the rental option on TV episodes from iTunes on Friday, nearly a year after it took the controversial step to make them available.
Dish Network is among the companies that will enter the first-round of bidding for Hulu, according to sources.
NBC and Universal Media Studios are reassembling a team from "Friday Night Lights" to tackle another genre: the Western.
CBS has ordered a comedy script from Sony Pictures Television and Jamie Tarses' shingle FanFare Prods.
The owners of Hulu could see offers continue to come in later this week, despite widespread reports that Wednesday was the deadline for the first round of bidding.
ABC is back in business with Shonda Rhimes, who has set up a new drama project set in 19th century New York with scribe K.J. Steinberg.
Mark Gordon Co. has made two more script sales at ABC via his overall deal with ABC Studios.
While a sexy new ad campaign for "The Good Wife" is sure to intrigue those who weren't wise to the CBS series in its first two seasons, every little bit will help to get more viewers on board. So…