The Globes' red carpet had a tropical feel to it this year. The plastic tenting erected to keep out the rain that didn't come until much later wound up holding in all of the hot air, hair spray and…
The major nets are starting to home in on their 2012 pilot orders. NBC and ABC gave out a flurry of greenlights Friday evening, with more to come this week.
ABC has given pilot orders to a comedy about sisters who run a diner and a drama set in 1895 New York from Shonda Rhimes and scribe KJ Steinberg.
CW is dipping into the DC Comics vault again as it closes in on a pilot order for an adaptation of the "Green Arrow" comic from Greg Berlanti and Warner Bros. TV.
CBS is in negotiations with David Letterman and Craig Ferguson to renew its latenight combo.
It was a grateful Chuck Lorre that came to TCA on Wednesday to address the rebirth of "Two and a Half Men" after the blowup last year with former star Charlie Sheen.
CBS definitely wants to stay in the "Two and a Half Men" business next season.
Barely 3 years old, the Los Angeles-based TV arm of indie Entertainment One has made a mark in the network and cable biz by bringing to the table that most precious commodity: financing.
Fox added some heat to pilot season on Monday, giving pickups to two high-profile dramas and two comedies.
Longtime Fox Broadcasting Co. skedding topper Preston Beckman, the reigning dean of network program planning execs, will transition to a new role as senior strategist for Fox Networks Group.
A miniseries based on the life of Nelson Mandela is in the works from South Africa's Out of Africa Entertainment, the U.K.'s Left Bank Pictures and Canada's Blue Ice Films.