Netflix and A+E Networks are engaged in a "Storage Wars" of their own making.
History, Lifetime and A&E don't exactly cater to the same auds, but they share a philosophy and corporate culture that supports producers and encourages creative risk.
Now that A&E has broken into cable's top echelon, it's focusing on staying there.
"Blue Mountain State" might be the last scripted show on Spike TV for years to come.
A&E announced five new series and nine pickups ahead of its Wednesday evening upfront; network is also set to premiere scripted mini ''Coma'' on Memorial Day.
A&E has set March 13 for the premiere of its newest scripted series, "Breakout Kings."
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