Though much has been made in recent years of film stars migrating to starring roles on the smallscreen, the familiar names in this year's pilot casting continue to come mainly from the TV world.
The Daytime Emmy awards broadcast will be looking for another producer after Associated Television International bowed out Thursday.
Taping of the final two episodes of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" this week was abruptly shuttered Wednesday, due to what the cabler said in a statement were "unforeseen circumstances."
Travel Channel has greenlit two original unscripted series and moved two others into development, including one from David Arquette, Courteney Cox and Omar Epps.
Toni Trucks has been cast in CBS drama pilot "Baby Big Shot," from Jamie Tarses, Kevin Falls and Julia Franz.
Trying to establish a bigger baseball beachhead on Saturday nights, Fox said it would broadcast MLB games in primetime for eight consecutive weeks, the network's most ever.
CBS cruised to a primetime ratings victory Tuesday, with ABC sinking to fourth place on the night amid the return of "Cougar Town" and the second week of "The River."
Though the Oscar supporting actor race might seem geared for a Christopher Plummer coronation, the big twist that came on nomination day should give any expert pause.
Sophia Bush has been cast in as the female lead in CBS comedy pilot "Partners," from David Kohan and Max Mutchnick.
Comedy Central has renewed sketch comedy series "Key & Peele" for a second season of 10 episodes that will premiere in the fall.