Bob Broder, one of the industry's most respected tenpercenters, is segueing from ICM Partners to help his longtime client Chuck Lorre expand his Warner Bros.-based production company.
Michael Eisner may be returning to ABC -- sorta.
ABC Family has ordered four more pilots and given a full-season pickup to "Melissa and Joey."
CBS picks up The Untitled Kohan/Mutchnick project, a half-hour, office-set buddy laffer about a pair of friends and writing partners. One of them is straight, the other gay.
Emmy-winning "Will & Grace" exec producer Jeff Greenstein has inked a new two-year overall development deal with NBC Studios that will also elevate him to showrunner of the hit Thursday laffer.
See a breakdown of nominees or the complete list Part 1 and Part 2 COMEDY SERIES “Everybody Loves Raymond” CBS, HBO Independent Prods. and Worldwide Pants in association with Where’s Lunch. Philip…
Universal TV, MCA’s network production unit, started last fall as the season’s second-largest supplier behind Warner Bros. by investing heavily in the production of one-hour drama series. Several of…
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PRODUCTION CHART KEY Abbreviation: SUPR EXP-Supervising executive producer(s); EXP-Executive producer(s); COEXP-Co-executive producer(s); SUPR PROD-Supervising producer(s); PROD-Producer(s)…
The name may be different, but the results are virtually the same. Home Box Office once again dominated the nominations for the 14th annual CableAce Awards, earning 104 of the 376 bids for the cable…
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