And now for something completely different: Eric Idle, a charter member of the Monty Python's Flying Circus comedy troupe, is joining the cast of NBC's "Suddenly Susan."
Nash Entertainment has received a 13-episode midseason commitment from UPN for a reality skein showcasing over-the-top stunts performed by assorted international daredevils.
The broadcast networks' annual seeding of a few original entertainment series among the primetime reruns from June to mid-September doesn't stop viewers from defecting to cable or to non-TV…
New Line sister company Turner Broadcasting has backed off from buying the controversial theatrical "American History X" for TBS and TNT, so Barry Diller's USA has jumped in to make the deal.
Bicoastal praisery Clein & Walker has hired Rudi Furstberger as an account exec in its Gotham offices.
AMC Networks prexy Kate McEnroe will assume control of Rainbow Media's Radio City Television unit, Rainbow chief operating officer Hank Ratner announced Thursday.
India was Friday's focus at Jeffrey Katzenberg's breach of contract trial against Disney.
Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen's Flower Films has renewed its first-look production pact with Fox 2000 for another two years.
David Parfitt, the Oscar-winning producer of "Shakespeare in Love," has agreed to produce "Bridget Jones' Diary" for Working Title Films.
The National Safety Council has lauded the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers and IATSE for a joint safety program that represented a "significant collaboration" between a union and…