How about a Web site with that TV show? "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" producer Diplomatic Prods. has pacted with Web design powerhouse DNA Studio in a deal that foreshadows how TV producers are…
Rick Sanchez, anchor of Fox's Miami affiliate WSVN, will join MSNBC as an anchor. Sanchez will remain at WSVN through May sweeps before joining MSNBC sometime before summer, sources said Wednesday.
Daytime Paramount gaveler "Judge Mills Lane" will not be returning for a fourth season in broadcast syndication this fall.
ABC is moving "Two Guys and a Girl" out of Siberia, giving the laffer one last shot to prove itself on Wednesday night.
Veteran CNN exec Gail Evans, who heads up program and talent development at the news cabler, will retire in early June. Since joining CNN at its inception in 1980 as a freelance talent booker, Evans…
"Iyanla," the upcoming syndie talker with Iyanla Vanzant, has cleared its final major sales hurdle: a Los Angeles home. KNBC will air the show, exec produced by Barbara Walters and Bill Geddie, this…
"Amores Perros" star Gael Garcia Bernal is in negotiations and David Boreanaz is set to join the cast of the romantic comedy "I'm With Lucy" for Gaumont Films. Pic also stars Monica Potter, Anthony…
Gotham-based producer Galt Niederhofer ("Prozac Nation") has snatched up the film rights to Chris Isenberg's Detour article "See You in Italy," which she will adapt for the screen with Isenberg.
A&E has approved the first six hourlong episodes of a new series from Sidney Lumet called "May It Please the Court" and signed Gore Vidal to write all six.
In a move that coincides with a company name change, Rick Siegel Management has hired Metropolitan Talent lit division head Stephen Marks. The shingle, now called Marathon Entertainment, also has…
Landscape Entertainment has paid low six against mid-six figures to option the spec script "Miller Minogue," written by Brian Lynch.