Bruce Helford has produced a whole lot of television in his 30 years in the primetime trenches.
Warner Bros. has orchestrated another blockbuster off-network sitcom sale, setting a new record price for its pact with TBS for "2 Broke Girls."
Warner Bros. Television Group and ABC have struck a deal that will likely be the first in a series between the studio and all the broadcasters rearranging the traditional rights in syndication and…
Lionsgate TV has cut a deal with Netflix for exclusive streaming rights to "Mad Men" reruns.
USA Network has already secured the exclusive off-network syndicated run of frosh drama "NCIS: Los Angeles" -- and at a near-record sum.
Rupert Murdoch's FX has outbid Comedy Central for the cable-TV rights to Columbia TriStar TV Distribution's "Married ... With Children" for a four-year license term, beginning in September 1999.
More “Off-network Rights” on Variety.com
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