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20th Century Fox
Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Red Hour Films
New Line Cinema
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George Clooney has assembled an A-list package for a TV series set in the 1990s at a Hollywood studio. Peter Tolan is set to write the script, and Bennett Miller, riding high on the awards buzz for…
After CBS passed on the series in May, Jim Gaffigan’s comedy has been brought back into the Eye’s development cycle for the 2014-15 TV season. Gaffigan stars in his untitled comedy pilot, which CBS…
It was supposed to be a one-season-and-done creative workout for two longtime Aussie friends. But success got in the way, and now the legal drama series "Rake" has become a transcontinental franchise.
The 2013-14 primetime season is starting to take shape, with Fox handing out series orders to four dramas.
NBC added to its pilot list Wednesday, picking up single-cam laffer "Brenda Forever" from exec producers Peter Tolan and Michael Wimer.
Fox ordered four drama pilots Tuesday, including a modern-day take on the "Sleepy Hollow" fairytale.
As pilot pickup chatter gains steam at multiple networks, CBS has greenlit a single-camera laffer toplined by Jim Gaffigan from Sony Pictures TV.
As a one-time member of the TV Academy's Board of Governors, "Rescue Me" exec producer Peter Tolan made a case for tossing out the org's Emmy voting process. Tolan's idea: Get the nation's TV…
NBC has purchased a half-hour comedy script from "Rescue Me" exec producer Peter Tolan.
NBC picks up pilots, including "Bionic," "Journeyman," "Lipstick Jungle," more. . .
Comedian Dave Chappelle and executive producer Peter Tolan are charging that the midseason sitcom they developed for Fox Broadcasting Co. was derailed by one explosive issue: race.