Steven Bochco and David Milch have reunited for the first time since their "NYPD Blue" days to develop a drama for NBC about a rainmaker lawyer in Washington, D.C. who carries a dark secret.
Warner Bros. and CBS execs are giddy about the big payday promised by the Netflix licensing pact for CW shows. But there are also great expectations that the deal will yield bigtime promo dividends…
Paula Askanas has been upped to exec veep of communications for Sony Pictures Television.
Conde Nast has tapped former CW entertainment prexy Dawn Ostroff to head a newly created entertainment wing at the publishing giant.
NBC is taking a gamble on Roseanne Barr's return to primetime comedy, giving a script plus penalty order to a Barr-fronted laffer from 20th Century Fox TV.
Shirley MacLaine has been set as the American Film Institute's 40th Life Achievement honoree.
There's joy in Springfield.
Bob Iger has inked a new contract that will keep him at the helm of the Disney Co. through 2016 but also outlines a CEO succession plan.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has reorganized its marketing and communications department, elevating a trio of longtime execs to team leader roles reporting to marketing prexy Joe Earley.
NBC has bowed to the inevitable, dropping the ax comedy "Free Agents" after four low-rated airings. CW did the same with its reality skein "Hater," also yanked after four outings.
Fox Intl. Channels is about to launch another worldwide zombie attack.