NBC and "Boomtown" exec producer Graham Yost are back in business. The Peacock's NBC Universal TV Studios arm has sealed a seven-figure, two-script deal with Yost to write and exec produce several…
After five successful seasons as host of CBS' "Late Late Show," Craig Kilborn is doing the unexpected: He's walking away. Kilborn informed Eye execs Thursday afternoon that he has decided to ankle…
Sony Pictures TV will pocket about $32.8 million in license fees from Nick at Nite and Oxygen Media for a shared five-year window to reruns of sitcom "Mad About You."
Jimmy Smits could soon be headed to "The West Wing," providing a much-needed shot in the arm for the NBC White House drama. The ex-"NYPD Blue" star is in negotiations with John Wells Prods. and…
Turner Classic Movies has engineered its first major output deal with 20th Century Fox, shelling out about $1.5 million for 27 pictures, including "Cleopatra," "Patton," "The Longest Day" and "All…
Gwyneth Paltrow will portray Peggy Lee in Warner Independent Pictures' Truman Capote biopic "Every Word Is True," joining a cast that includes Mark Wahlberg, Sandra Bullock and Toby Jones.
Castle Rock has set Meg Ryan and "The OC" star Adam Brody to topline "In the Land of Women," a bittersweet comedy that will mark the directorial debut of Jonathan Kasdan.
Emmett/Furla Prods. has picked up three specs: Roderick Taylor and Bruce Taylor's "Love and Hate," Stuart Hazeldine's "Underground" and Matt Reilly's "Altitude Rush."
Fine Line Features has hired Charley Stadler to direct the futuristic thriller "Roofworld," with Dave Mitchell on board to adapt.
Universal Worldwide Home Entertainment president Louis Feola is leaving after 26 years with the studio.
DreamWorks TV is sitting pretty at NBC Universal, signing a new three-year deal to remain parked at the conglom. Under the multi-million dollar pact, NBC Uni will continue to cover most of DreamWorks…