"CSI's" top operatives are staying on the case for another four years.
It was bound to happen: You star in a hit TV show about a group of friends who run a bar in Philadelphia and sooner or later you'll be opening a bar in Philadelphia.
After "Heroes" wrapped production in mid-January, Tim Kring went underground to activate a "Conspiracy for Good."
Showtime's shuffle at the top is complete. Robert Greenblatt will step down after seven years as Showtime Networks entertainment prexy, to be succeeded by longtime Imagine TV prexy David Nevins.
Hollywood is a generous town. Just ask Tom Sherak, who is organizing his 18th consecutive Dinner of Champions benefiting the Southern California chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
"Brothers and Sisters" co-star Emily VanCamp has been tapped to star in "Let Them Shine," the upcoming Hallmark Hall of Fame telepic for CBS.
CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" took home its second consecutive win for best sudser Sunday at the 37th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
Clyde Phillips is ready to get back in the development fray. The former "Dexter" exec producer/showrunner has inked a two-year production and development deal with Lionsgate Television.
Turner Broadcasting is home to one of cable's fastest-growing channels, and it isn't TNT or TBS.
For Geraldine Laybourne, the chance to serve as chair of Alloy Inc. offered a perfect segue back into a creative role in the entertainment biz.
A&E has ordered an unscripted pilot from Ryan Seacrest's production shingle featuring British self-help personality Paul McKenna.