Variety Insight premium subscribers can access phone, email and more.
Big Country Entertainment
Access the industry's most accurate development and production listings,credits,contact info, org charts, box office, TV ratings and more.
|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|MYSTERY GIRLS||ABC Family Channel||Series Regular||Completed||2013-2014|
Want to see projects Tori Spelling is developing? Visit Variety Insight .
Latest Headlines: Tori Spelling
After series creator and showrunner Lauren Iungerich exited the show in June, MTV has handed a fourth run to its scripted comedy “Awkward,” with new showrunners aboard. Chris Alberghini and Mike…
"Crossfire" won't return to CNN for at least several weeks. But that hasn’t kept the Time Warner news cabler from staging 'right-vs.-left' debates featuring the show's hosts in regularly scheduled…
Hit reality competition programs continue to migrate to Spanish-language nets, as Telemundo signs on to produce its own version of Bravo’s “Top Chef.” Announcement follows “La Voz Kids,” Telemundo’s…
HBO will sink its fangs into “True Blood” for a seventh season, it was announced today. Paybler plans to bow the seventh run of the vampire drama next summer. "’True Blood’ remains a signature show…
The mysterious transparent bubble that envelops the small town of Chester's Mill on CBS' popular summer drama "Under the Dome" is said to be "invisible, indestructible and completely inescapable" by…
J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Prods. has struck a deal with the estate of Rod Serling to develop an event series based on an unproduced screenplay by the renowned scribe and "Twilight Zone" host.
TNT appears to have settled on a reality-programming strategy centered on big, cinematic concepts to promote during the NBA playoffs, with an emphasis on buff bodies and physical stunts — "Survivor"…
Many of the shingle's series give emotional weight to those who have been marginalized
Jacobson creates a brand around her clients that not only extend their careers, but their bottom lines.
Oxygen Media is looking to get more mileage out of its flagship personalities.
An altar-bound Tori Spelling has good reason to suspect her fiance isn't the marrying type when his boyhood boyfriend crashes the wedding in "Kiss the Bride."