Fox has ordered two comedy scripts from FishBowl Worldwide Media, a shingle that counts "America's Funniest Home Videos" creator Vin Di Bona and Disney veteran Bruce Gersh among its principals.
The CW has given full-season order to all three of its rookie dramas: "Ringer," "The Secret Circle" and "Hart of Dixie."
"Bad Teacher" is putting traditional distribution strategy to the test.
Fox programming chief Kevin Reilly had harsh words Tuesday for the lack of innovation among broadcast nets in their development and programming processes.
NBC has bought a pair of scripts from a pair of husband-wife production duos via ABC Studios.
Fox is expanding "The X Factor" to two hours on three different nights in October, putting "New Girl" on the bench until November.
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Yet another stunning decision Monday altering the strategic course at Netflix is drawing increasing attention to its CEO, Reed Hastings.
While the prospect of cable operators offering a la carte pricing any time soon remains slim, the discounted tier is clearly taking root.
CBS will replace struggling Thursday comedy "How To Be a Gentleman" with "Rules of Engagement."