NBC has confirmed which stars will appear in its upcoming "Celebrity Circus" and has signed "Dancing With the Stars" runner-up Joey Fatone to serve as ringmaster.
NBC is giving "30 Rock" a major timeslot upgrade, shifting the Tina Fey starrer to 9:30 Thursdays starting this week.
Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson are exiting NBC drama series "The Philanthropist," which is being prepped for a winter premiere.
"Flavor of Love" exec producer Cris Abrego has snagged a trio of series commitments from MTV, including the full-figure competition skein "Chubby Model."
Nearly 15 years ago, a then-unknown Paul Haggis created "Due South," a quirky hourlong comedy that was also unusual for what it was not: a U.S. production.
Defying the conventional wisdom in TV land these days, the CW has decided to hype the upcoming return of "Gossip Girl' by opting not to stream episodes of the show on the Web.
"Deal or No Deal" host Howie Mandel is doing plenty of dealing himself, setting up a series and a pilot at the Peacock.
"Battlestar Galactica" exec producer David Eick is expanding his role in the NBC universe, inking a two-year overall deal with the Peacock's studio arm.
ABC has greenlit a pilot presentation for a comedy from scribe Victor Fresco ("Andy Richter Controls the Universe").
CBS has put Barbara Abseck in charge of its Gotham entertainment PR department.
NBC will premiere its celeb-filled revival of "Family Feud" on July 1.