The CW is diving into the Carrie Bradshaw business.
HBO and its frosh drama "Boardwalk Empire" led the field at Saturday's Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Producers Mark Gordon and Candace Bushnell have set up a drama project at ABC based on her book "One Fifth Avenue."
The made-for-TV movie, once considered to be on the endangered species list, is starting to make something of a comeback.
"Men of a Certain Age" creator-exec producer Mike Royce has inked a rich multiyear development pact with 20th Century Fox TV.
The nation's housing market may still be in a deep slump, but there's a seemingly unrestrained real estate boom under way in broadcast TV.
Hulu formally bowed its subscription service in Japan on Thursday, unveiling a library licensing pact with CBS as part of the launch announcement.
HBO is in the ring with "Da Brick."
Showtime has teamed with Stephen King, Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks TV to develop a series based on King's supernatural thriller "Under the Dome."
Sitcom vet Bruce Helford is in negotiations to take the reins of Charlie Sheen's comeback series, Lionsgate TV's ''Anger Management.''
Another high-profile development project landed a home Monday as Stephen Gaghan's adaptation of a Swedish crime novel series nabbed a put pilot order from Fox.