Patti Stanger’s affair with “Millionaire Matchmaker” is over, the Bravo love guru announced in a tweet on Friday. In the tweet, Stanger asked fans to “stay tuned” for an upcoming announcement, as she…
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Lifetime has tapped Bravo Media exec Eli Lehrer as head of unscripted development. Lehrer will move to Lifetime as senior veep and head of non-fiction development starting July 8. He’ll be based in…
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CBS was back in control of primetime last week, as the return to originals for its early-week entertainment series pushed the season's No. 1 network past Fox in the young-adult demo.
In a 500-series reality world where TV personalities can make all the difference between success and failure, networks are always in search of those that can draw a loyal audience
Hollywood's seeing a sluggish spring in weekly offlot TV production -- particularly now that pilot-season shooting appears to be over.
Local weekly offlot TV production has remained sluggish without any significant boost from pilot season shooting.
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With programming topper Andy Cohen's role at Bravo have been reduced as he devote his time to "Watch What Happens Live", the cabler has upped David Brewer to VP of program strategy and acquisitions.
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