The executive shakeup that went down at ABC Tuesday evening echoes the shuffle that rocked the Mouse House last fall on the film side.
In a major shakeup at ABC, Stephen McPherson has resigned his post as ABC Entertainment Group prexy and will be replaced by ABC Family prexy Paul Lee.
On the heels of a round-the-world trek with "Eat Pray Love," scribe Jennifer Salt is tackling the culture of American expatriates in China as a series project for HBO.
Saban Brands has tapped MarVista Entertainment to handle international distribution of its "Power Rangers" TV library.
Alfred Molina has joined the cast of NBC's "Law and Order: Los Angeles."
Brian Grazer and Ron Howard have turned to a versatile industry vet to lead their TV operation.
"Mad Men" devotees are eagerly awaiting the show's fourth-season preem Sunday. Execs at AMC and Lionsgate TV are looking farther down the road for a deal that would settle the show's long-term future.
George Clooney will add another kudo to his trophy case when he's feted on NBC's Aug. 29 Emmycast with the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award.
Battle lines over the FCC's retransmission consent process are forming in Washington once again as the deadline in the next high-profile broadcaster vs. cable operator showdown approaches.
One of "The Office's" longest-serving employees has reupped for another two-season hitch.
The ladies of "Hot in Cleveland" are settling in nicely to Stage 20 on the CBS Radford lot.