It was the screening at Telluride that convinced Sony Pictures Classic toppers Michael Barker and Tom Bernard that "A Separation" had the goods.
"Battleground" is an apt title for Hulu's first original scripted series. The netcaster is fighting competition on more than one front as it expands its roster of programming to include homegrown…
As pilot season gets into full swing, Warner Bros. has realigned its TV business affairs ranks in response to the growth at Warner Bros. TV and the Warner Horizon TV unit.
"Bridesmaids" helmer Paul Feig is onboard to direct and exec produce the pilot for HBO's Goldie Hawn starrer "The Viagra Diaries."
The late radio raconteur Jean Shepherd was an influential voice in the night for a generation of East Coasters -- among them Jerry Seinfeld and Keith Olbermann.
ABC has given the greenlight to the drama pilot "666 Park Ave.," from scribe David Wilcox, Warner Bros. TV and Alloy Entertainment.
TV Land is developing a laffer to star Sherri Shepherd on the heels of her guest arc on "Hot in Cleveland."
CBS has collared a Jerry Bruckheimer TV pilot, giving a greenlight to a drama about a mother-turned-N.Y. state trooper.
CBS had picked up its first comedy pilot for the 2012-13 development derby, giving a nod to an untitled single-camera vehicle from writer-director Nick Stoller and 20th Century Fox TV.
CBS is doubling down in its effort to develop a sitcom vehicle for Martin Lawrence, setting scribes Tom Hertz and Larry Wilmore on separate paths to create a property for the comedian.
CW is getting down to business on its pilot orders, giving formal greenlights to three dramas with high concepts and high-profile auspices: the D.C. Comics' adaptation "Arrow," "The Carrie Diaries"…