"Law & Order: SVU" exec producer Neal Baer has cut a three-book deal with Kensington Publishing for a novel series about a femme forensic psychiatrist on the hunt for a serial killer.
ABC is said to have given a sizable pilot order to a laffer from 20th Century Fox TV from scribes Dave Hemingson and Nahnatchka Khan.
Even the left-leaning documaker who led the charge to criticize "The Kennedys" is surprised at the awkward timing of History's decision to scrap plans to air the miniseries.
Joel Surnow and the rest of the creative team involved with History's multi-part miniseries "The Kennedys" are absorbing the shock today of the news that the cabler has tabled plans to run the starry…
ABC is revving up for pilot season with orders for two comedy projects, "Man Up" and "Smothered."
Fox Networks Group unveils exec shakeup following the exit of Fox Networks Group topper Tony Vinciquerra.
A number of basic cablers are making a concerted push in a programming arena that execs see as neglected by the major nets: broad-appeal multicamera sitcoms aimed at forty- and fiftysomething viewers.
"All My Children" is looking to grab some of "Hot in Cleveland's" sizzle.
The new-model MGM is emerging from its bankruptcy woes with plans to launch a digital channel featuring vintage TV skeins.
There will be no shortage of news retrospectives in the coming week on the one-year anniversary of the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010.
The cap gun has gone off. As of today, award season is no longer a marathon. It's a sprint.
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