Feeling much more like a Bravo show than something destined to rock NBC's house, "American Dream Builders" represents a hodgepodge of reality concepts, mixing the feel-good uplift of "Extreme…
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From Electus, "Food Fighters" pits amateur cooks against pro chefs, with Adam Richman set to host to series.
It was a Hall of Fame night for Al Michaels, even if his employer isn't exactly having a Hall of Fame year.
NBC is teaming with Nate Berkus for primetime series “Renovation Nation,” a home makeover competition show from Universal TV. Program will feature two teams traveling the nation and transforming…
Hearst Castle, the inspiration for Xanadu in “Citizen Kane,” saw its movie role revisited Friday as the landmark hosted the West Coast premiere of Leslie Iwerks’ documentary “Citizen Hearst.” About…
OWN has acquired the cable rights to talkshows "Rachael Ray" and "The Nate Berkus Show."
A stirring black-empowerment tale that personalizes the civil rights movement through the testimony of domestic servants working in Jackson, Miss., circa 1963.
Sony Pictures TV has upped James Canniffe to senior VP of U.S. development in its alternative programming department.
"The Nate Berkus Show" is starting to take shape with the appointment of CBS News alum Zev Shalev and syndie vet Terry Murphy
The allure of a feel-good charity show bearing Oprah Winfrey's seal of approval collides awkwardly with the competition-reality genre in this series scheduled to temporarily occupy "Desperate…