NBC development exec Renate Radford is leaving the Peacock after more than a decade to oversee development for Jason Winer’s 20th Century Fox TV-based Small Dog Picture Co. Winer (pictured) is among…
Though they starred in shows that ran for only single seasons, Rannells and Gad had interesting adventures in the smallscreen world.
NBC has renewed "Parks and Recreation" for a sixth season.
Fox’s “American Idol” still hasn’t found its bottom this season, as the music competition series dipped a bit more week to week with its Thursday results show, which was in a tight battle with ABC’s…
NBC has another good comedy in trouble that doesn't deserve to be.
A topsy-turvy week -- emphasis on the turvy -- at NBC ended with Christina Applegate departing Peacock NBC sitcom "Up All Night" and midseason drama "Do No Harm" getting pulled from the schedule…
Despite big sight gags and an unexpected serialized aspect through the early episodes, uneven execution should leave viewers feeling as divided as the country.
Jason Winer will be on the 20th Century Fox lot for at least another three years. Winer, whose shingle is titled Small Dog Prods., is repped by ICM and Mosaic.
Bill Pullman and Brittany Snow have been cast in the NBC comedy pilot "1600 Penn."
NBC is close to greenlighting pilot "1600 Penn Ave.," a comedy set in the White House starring Josh Gad ("The Book of Mormon").
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