The new regime at the Peacock has unveiled its overhaul of NBC's primetime sked for the 2011-12 season, with six new dramas and six laffers joining a lineup that will see a new night of comedy added…
CBS got the ball rolling on its series pickups Friday, greenlighting comedy "Two Broke Girls" and drama "Persons of Interest."
ABC has gone no-holds-barred on new series, giving pickup nods to a whopping seven dramas and five new comedies on Friday afternoon.
NBC is stocking up on new comedies, ordering four more half-hours on Friday.
Ashton Kutcher is now a made man. Thesp has filled the vacancy in primetime's biggest recasting drama in years as CBS laffer "Two and a Half Men" moves beyond the Charlie Sheen era.
Ashton Kutcher is poised to step in to the void on "Two and a Half Men."
Because network development for primetime has been so well-documented these past few months, there's little room for surprise once the broadcasters make their picks heading into upfront week. And…
NBC is expanding episodes of "The Voice" to live two-hour editions in June.
"Terra Nova" showrunner Rene Echevarria has signed a two-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television.
Hugh Grant may not be the new man on "Two and a Half Men," but CBS is doing its damndest to replace Charlie Sheen in time for its upfront presentation next Wednesday.
Fox will pump new blood into its animation lineup this fall, say sources.