The CW is developing an hourlong drama from Debbie Allen set at a Los Angeles-area performing arts school. From Magnolia Hill Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. TV, the untitled project…
CBS rookie drama “Under the Dome” is cooling off as it enters its homestretch, hitting a low on Monday and tumbling in New York — one of the markets where the network’s signal has been blacked out to…
CBS’ “Under the Dome” hit a series low Monday opposite ABC’s concluding hour of the season’s “The Bachelorette.” It’s unclear how much the Eye’s blackout on Time Warner Cable in three major cities…
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“Under the Dome” continues to perform well for CBS on Monday, as the drama edged up week to week to log its best scores in three weeks. NBC didn’t do much, meanwhile, with its special on the birth of…
Kate Shepherd has joined Shine America as vice president of development. Shepherd is tasked with overseeing development of unscripted programming within Shine Group and working with third party…
The CW is fulfilling its pledge to provide more year-round programming, announcing Monday the premiere dates for four series to debut in July, including the return of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” The…
The CW has teamed with Machinima's YouTube channel ETC to offer "Cult" viewers a live, weekly recap show of the newbie drama.
Networks that rely on 18-34 year-old viewers are being shortchanged by Nielsen. So said CW president Mark Pedowitz at the net's Television Critics Assn. panel Sunday in Pasadena.
The CW, a net known to skew young, has begun skewing digital as it approaches fall season.
BBC Worldwide Prods. and Break Media will bow Web series "Behind the Lights" today on MadeMan.com, hosted by Andrew Santino of MTV's "Punk'd."
With a close Game 2 win for the Miami Heat over the Oklahoma City Thunder drawing viewers, ABC crushed the competition Thursday night. In the 18-49 demo, the Alphabet was better than the four other…