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Warner Bros. has made a preemptive bid for bigscreen rights to "Shining City," an upcoming tome about a milquetoast dad who unwittingly inherits a prostitution ring.
Dennis Miller is teaming with "Hell's Kitchen" producer Arthur Smith to launch a weekly sports-themed gabber for cabler Versus.
Nearly 15 years after "The X-Files" launched, Fox is looking to scare a new generation of viewers with "Fringe," a spooky skein from the minds of J.J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.
It's no secret that kids watch oodles of television, but they're increasingly turning their attention to the Web, so savvy networks are finding ways to reach young viewers online. Sites allow fans to…
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