"48 Hours" has turned out some good work, in the finest tradition of CBS News, since its 1986 debut as a network special on crack addiction, but the newsmag opens its 13th season with a story of a…
Cool, man. The guy behind "That '70s Show" has inked an overall development deal with that Carsey-Werner shop.
The one-armed man is back. CBS has given a pilot commitment to a new small-screen rendition of "The Fugitive" from Warner Bros. TV, and producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson and John McNamara.
It was shoulder-to-shoulder schmoozing Thursday night as TV bizzers flocked to the Sony Pictures lot for Columbia TriStar TV's annual fall season kickoff bash. "Action" was the theme of the night as…
Bari Halle and Rob Harland have been upped to veepees of production for Studios USA Television.
Warner Bros. TV is close to clinching a megabucks long-term production pact with writer-producer Chuck Lorre, a sitcom vet who most recently co-created the ABC hit "Dharma & Greg."
Jenny Bicks, a writer and co-exec producer on HBO's "Sex and the City," has inked an overall development deal with NBC Studios.
Scribe Larry Levin, creator of the quirky 1993-'94 Fox comedy "Bakersfield P.D.," is developing a comedy series for Twentieth Century Fox TV.
Linda Steiner has been upped to senior veep of creative affairs for Warner Bros. Television Animation, while Christopher Keenan has been named veep of creative affairs.
USA Broadcasting is expected to announce today plans for the debut of local sports and entertainment programming on its TV station in Atlanta in early November.
Imagine Television -- riding high on its grand slam last season with the WB's "Felicity," Fox's "The Pjs" and ABC's "Sports Night" -- has two hot development prospects set up at ABC with pilot…