A&E had the competition ducking for cover Wednesday, as its redneck reality smash “Duck Dynasty” kicked off its new season with a whopping 11.8 million viewers — the largest audience ever for a…
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TLC has given a full-series order to "Mall Cops: Mall of America" and a four-episode OK for docuseries "Ghost Intervention."
TLC, continuing its recent slew of pickups, has greenlit "Wedded to Perfection."
TLC is dusting off its tiara for "King of the Crown."
Determined to find hits, cable networks keep breaking out of narrowly defined brands. A&E, TLC, AMC and E! have long since become little more than meaningless letters. Now Cartoon Network is toon-ing…
Discovery Networks is continuing to reverse the course set forth by former topper Angela Shapiro-Mathes, who moved programming in the direction of general entertainment.
Discovery Communications will launch a wide variety of new series this year across its channel platforms, including original projects for flagship nets Discovery Channel and TLC.
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