Let the bloodletting begin. Canal Plus and German production company EOS have greenlit production of 12-hour mini "The Borgias," exec produced by Chris Albrecht and Anne Thomopoulos.
The ascent of Disney Channels Worldwide chief Rich Ross to chairman of Walt Disney Studios speaks volumes about the areas the studio intends to focus on in the future.
Since Dick Cook left a few weeks ago, the question was who would replace him as head of Walt Disney Studios. Now it seems to be a question of when, not who.
The Mouse House is keeping Miramax Films off the endangered species list.
Change is probably coming to NBC Universal. But how and when it does is still anyone's guess because there are so many moving parts.
CBS Studios Intl. has been busy in Blighty.
R.J. Cutler's Actual Reality Pictures is evolving.
The swirl of speculation about NBC Universal's future grew intense late Wednesday amid a report that Comcast is in talks to acquire some or all of the Peacock.
FX is batting a thousand this year with pilots now that the cabler has given 13-episode pickups to dramas "Terriers" and "Lights Out."
The Writers Guild of America East has recruited 11 digital production shingles as signatories to the WGA's minimum basic agreement.
Fox is looking for a funny spooky dramedy in the style of "Shaun of the Dead." Scribe Diane Ruggiero has been set to pen such a project for Peter Chernin's shingle and 20th Century Fox TV.