Michael Jackson isn't beating it from primetime anytime soon. ABC is negotiating for a second airing of "Living With Michael Jackson," the Granada Television interview spec that drew boffo ratings…
Markets & Festivals
Bravo has ordered 12 episodes of makeover series "The Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," marking one of the wired web's first major original programming announcements since the Peacock bought it.
HBO may have to rethink its off-cable "Sex and the City" strategy a second time.
Paramount has called off tonight's on-the-lot preem of Showtime's "Deacons for Defense," citing the nation's heightened terror alert.
Society princesses Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie are about to eschew their parties, wardrobes and trust funds for "The Simple Life."
The Costume Designers Guild has tapped veteran designer Rita Riggs as recipient of its career achievement award in TV.
Motion Picture Assn. prexy Jack Valenti has written to Mexican president Vicente Fox warning that a one-peso (10¢) fee levied on admissions may jeopardize the majors' investments in local production.
Mary Duffy, who recently ankled King World as part of sweeping changes within that company's development team, has been named VP of programming for Telepictures Prods.