TLC has greenlit production on "Easy Money," a two-hour special exec produced by Blair Underwood and GRB Entertainment ("Growing Up Gotti").
HBO has signed Michael Tolkin to an exclusive overall deal calling for the novelist-screenwriter to develop and supervise series projects.
Lifetime has enlisted "Army Wives" for primetime while cutting loose rookie skeins "Lovespring International" and "Angela's Eyes."
Glenn Close is returning to series television. After her seasonlong stint playing police captain Monica Rawling in FX's critically hailed drama "The Shield," Close is reteaming with the cable network…
A&E has greenlit a supersized second season of "Gene Simmons Family Jewels." Cabler has begun production on 20 one-hour episodes for a premiere sometime in 2007.
Long-running MTV reality franchise "The Real World" may finally be showing signs of age. Skein's 18th edition, "The Real World: Denver," premiered to lackluster numbers in its new Wednesdays-at-10…
Court TV is bringing back its top-rated "Most Shocking" series for a second season, while Bravo has ordered up a third helping of "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List."
A&E has announced the off-net run of "The Sopranos" will launch Jan. 10.
Ryan Seacrest and "Laguna Beach" producer Go Go Luckey Prods. are heading to Las Vegas for "Paradise City," a weekly half-hour for E! about people trying to make it big on the Strip.
Judy Davis and Anika Noni Rose ("Dreamgirls") have joined the cast of "The Starter Wife," USA Network's six-hour adaptation of the bestselling novel by Gigi Levangie Grazer.