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Warren Littlefield has planted his flag at Legendary Television and Digital Media, cutting a first-look deal to develop projects for various platforms. Littlefield is riding high on the success of FX…
After bidding by multiple outlets, the new TV series rendition of “In the Heat of the Night” from Tate Taylor, Warren Littlefield and MGM TV has landed at Showtime. The pay cabler has commissioned…
Gary David Goldberg, the Emmy-winning creator of the iconic "Must-See TV" sitcom "Family Ties" who also branched out into directing features, died Sunday of brain cancer in Montecito, Calif. He was…
Fascinating anecdotes and tidbits -- along with an undercurrent of score-settling -- dot "Top of the Rock," Warren Littlefield's memoir of his run at NBC.
CBS is looking to get back into the series business with Jason Alexander. It's developing a new project with the "Seinfeld" alum.
Break out the Alka Seltzer: L.A.'s food truck phenomenon, which has already spawned a reality TV competition series, is now the focus of a sitcom in development at ABC.
Damon Wayans is back in the ABC family. Comic has cut a rich deal to star in the ABC Studios comedy pilot "Never Better" for its Alphabet sibling.
In an unexpected exec shuffle, NBC is set to elevate longtime blurbmeister Vince Manze to a newly created position as prexy of program planning, scheduling and strategy for the net.
At the reception the TV Academy had Friday for its performer nominees, Showtime entertainment prexy Robert Greenblatt took a stab at expressing the collective pre-kudocast sentiments.
Networks used to burn off unsold pilots during the summer. Now, TV's rejects are popping up on the Internet. In recent weeks, at least four failed pilots from the 2005-06 development season have…