TBS has renewed a trio of shows, offering third seasons to sitcoms “Sullivan & Son” and “Men at Work,” and a second season to reality program “Deal With It.” “‘Sullivan & Son’ and ‘Men At Work’ have…
After a major network bidding war, Tina Fey and Matt Hubbard’s untitled comedy has landed at Fox with a series commitment. The multi-cam laffer is set at a women’s college that, for the first time in…
The Big Four hear the footsteps of cable and have responded with an especially aggressive programming strategy for next season.
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The Big Four hear the footsteps of cable and have responded with an especially aggressive programming strategy for next season. They're trying to capture the buzz that pay-TV has generated with…
CBS has invested in Dana Stevens drama “Reckless” for the fall season, making the drama order total for the Eye three so far. On Sunday, the Eye also gave a series nod to comedy “Friends with Better…
As the Big Four networks prepare to unveil their fall schedules, it's always fun to play armchair programmer. And when the same person schedules all four, you avoid silly things like we saw last year…
NBC has renewed "Parks and Recreation" for a sixth season.
The series order flood has begun at NBC. “About A Boy” will make its silver screen to small screen transition, with Jon Favreau at the helm. Single-cam laffer based on Nick Hornby’s novel and 2002…
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”…
In the latest event of a tumultuous week at NBC, Christina Applegate has departed NBC sitcom "Up All Night," which has been in the process of being reinvented as a multicam show.
CBS wrapped up Thursday with three comedy pilot orders, including a laffer from a "Sex and the City" producing pair and "Homeland" duo.