TBS has ordered a latenight comedy series starring Pete Holmes from Conan O'Brien's Conaco shingle.
Shining light on what NBCUniversal sees as a discreet but powerful demographic flocking to the small screen, Peacock's Integrated Media arm has honed its focus on the "indie woman."
China's broadcasting watchdog has introduced a raft of new guidelines for pubcasters which ban remakes and adaptations from online games, and cut back on humor and family spats in TV skeins.
Aiming to keep TV production from fleeing Hollywood, the city of Los Angeles could ditch permit and use fees for shooting TV pilots in time for next year's pilot season.
The CW has its Carrie Bradshaw.
ABC Studios and BBC Worldwide Prods. are developing a potential ABC adaptation of BBC laffer "The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle" that will have Chelsea Handler among its exec producers.
David Milch is staying put at HBO, cutting a new multiyear pact with the pay cabler and an unusual agreement with the estate of William Faulkner.