FX is getting serious about its comedy slate, giving series orders to two half-hour laffers.
In some respects, "The Jay Leno Show" is going to be a lot like Leno's "The Tonight Show" turned upside down.
"Drop Dead Diva" has legs at Lifetime. The cabler has renewed the Sony Pictures TV dramedy for a second season.
Scribe Michael Seitzman has inked a two-year script commitment with ABC Studios.
Matt Roberts has been upped to exec producer on "The Late Show With David Letterman."
HBO is developing a comedy loosely inspired by the memoirs of former Rolling Stones producer and manager Andrew Loog Oldham.
With a title like "Cougar Town," a marketer could go nuts with double entendres and risque inferences in the promo campaign for the show.
Univision is putting its next generation of leadership in place.
Peter Chernin's unnamed production shingle continues to add executives, with former NBC drama exec Lauren Stein the latest to sign on.
The surest sign of the incredibly tight job market for television writers can be found in the credits of new fall series.
Major showbiz congloms, a handful of top advertisers and media buying agencies are in talks to develop a more detailed way of tracking content.