Two high-profile new comedies have landed showrunner reinforcements.
Let's face it -- upfront presentations have always been as much about the free booze and big shrimp as they are about programming strategy and ratings highlights.
Banking on its bench strength, CBS is again going light on new series, giving greenlights Sunday to two comedies and four dramas for the 2012-13 season.
CBS has finalized deals with Warner Bros. TV and thesps Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones for a tenth season of "Two and a Half Men."
NBC has given a full fifth-season order to "Parks and Recreation" and second season orders to "Up All Night" and "Whitney."
"Raising Hope" creator Greg Garcia has inked a rich four-year overall deal with CBS TV Studios.
Pilot pickup buzz is swirling this ayem as bizzers await word of ABC's pilot orders and chatter about CBS' selections heats up.
Wanted: A few good showrunners.
DirecTV aims to fortify its hold on its 20 million U.S. subscribers by stepping up the volume of original programming on its Audience Network channel, including its first wholly original scripted…
It's decision time at Fox. Net execs are hunkered in the scheduling room this afternoon finalizing pilot pickup decisions in preparation for Monday's upfront presentation.
Give a kid a rainbow wig as a carnival prize and you know what happens next.