TNT will lend a hand to sib broadcast net the WB, agreeing to screen an episode of the Frog's new drama "Just Legal" on Oct. 3.
Paramount has purchased a comedy pitch about women's roller derby from the sibling scribe team of Jeff and Craig Cox and set it up for development with former Par president Tom Jacobson and MTV Films.
Jim Carrey and director Joel Schumacher are negotiating to team on “The Number 23,” a Fernley Phillips-scripted New Line drama that is skedded to shoot in November. Schumacher was attached to the…
The embattled New Montreal FilmFest announced Wednesday that helmer Joe Wright's new take on the Jane Austen classic "Pride & Prejudice" will replace "Domino" as Sunday's closing-night pic.
The third-season premiere of "Nip/Tuck" sewed up a big 5.3 million viewers, giving FX the highest ratings for an original series telecast in its history.
Rapper-thesp Nelly is looking to topline his own unscripted skein, inking a development deal with "Hell's Kitchen" producer A. Smith & Co.
From the Army Archerd Archive: The nets alerted to a lot more upcoming newscasts and press confabs emanating from the White House. Two, one-hour spex (NBC and CBS) for LBJ in the formative stage with…
The Peacock's "Earl" was a pearl in its preem, producing the new season's first jaw-dropping ratings results. Fourth-place NBC was looking for a spark and may have found one in "My Name Is Earl," an…
Rupert Murdoch won't say just how much he plans to spend on the Internet -- a boiling passion of late -- but he clearly doesn't want to be hemmed in by the $2 billion figure he'd publicly discussed.
Richard Gizbert, a London-based reporter who alleges he was fired by ABC News in 2004 for turning down assignments in Afghanistan and Iraq, is suing his ex-employer for unfair dismissal and $4…
A lively Les Moonves assured Wall Street his media domain is on the move, although his co-prexy Tom Freston nabbed the formal "growth co." moniker ahead of Viacom's split.