FX has given a 10-episode series order to a comedy starring Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence. Series is produced by Lionsgate TV under distrib Debmar-Mercury’s “10/90” deal format that calls for…
Wendy Williams’ eponymous yakker has been renewed by Debmar-Mercury through the 2016-17 TV season on Fox stations, it was announced today. Renewal covers sixth, seventh and eighth seasons for the…
George Lopez’s latest sitcom venture has landed at FX. The cabler has ordered 10 segs of “Saint George,” which will be produced by Lionsgate TV and Debmar-Mercury under Debmar’s trademark “10/90”…
Talkshow maven Wendy Williams Hunter and her husband and manager Kevin Hunter have teamed to form reality shingle Wendy Williams Prods.
Apparently there is no limit to the number of hours that the Kardashians can be on TV. Kris Jenner, matriarch of the made-for-TV clan, is mounting her own daily yakker that will have a test run this…
The second half of Charlie Sheen's comeback bid has been set as a clutch of Fox O&Os have picked up off-net rights to his FX sitcom "Anger Management" for a fall 2014 start.
Bruce Helford has produced a whole lot of television in his 30 years in the primetime trenches.
When Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein joined forces to create Debmar-Mercury in 2005, the indie syndie distributor would have seemed on the surface an unlikely candidate to forge an innovative…
George Lopez is ready to follow in Tyler Perry and Charlie Sheen's footsteps, inking a TV development deal with Debmar-Mercury.
Debmar-Mercury has named Alexandra Jewett its senior veep of programming and production, overseeing all of the company's East Coast-based programming.
Lonnie Burstein has been promoted to exec VP of programming and production at Debmar-Mercury.
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