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GRB Entertainment, which up until now has exclusively produced and distributed non-fiction programming, is launching a scripted division.
The upcoming television season will mark the first full one in which all syndicated shows are uniquely measured by Nielsen's gross average audience, or GAA, ratings.
Made-for-TV movies and miniseries have long been TV formats on decline -- so much so that this year, the TV Academy merged the two into one category.
ABC's "Cougar Town" was pitched on a lark.
There's perhaps no more natural choice to play the part of the cunning and powerful Rodrigo Borgia, also known as Pope Alexander VI, than Jeremy Irons.
Several new dramas have potential to unseat Emmy nomination mainstays
These veteran comedies continue to deliver the laughs.
Retirement? What retirement?
Although the TV station business was perhaps at its most difficult in the summer of 2009, the timing was right when it came to selling "30 Rock."
Mip is ready to roll, and when buyers get to Cannes they'll be greeted by historical epics, intimate docudramas and procedurals of every flavor.
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