Comedy Central has acquired off-net rights to NBC's "Community" and will begin airing episodes from its first three seasons in fall 2013.
Shed Media Deal
Shed Media U.S. has signed Sean Rankine to a new deal to continue as showrunner of VH1's "Basketball Wives" franchise.
Shed Media has upped Ted Smith, former exec producer at Mark Burnett Productions, to v.p. of development, along with four other promotions at the "Real Housewives of New York City" shingle.
In an exec shuffle among cablers, VH1 has hired Tom Huffman as its new VP of original programming while Lifetime has grabbed Noah Pollack from VH1.
Former "Lie to Me" star Tim Roth may be headed back to primetime courtesy of the studio that delivered his series to Fox.
A look at execs Ronald Goes and Nick Southgate.
Shed Media, the U.K. shingle whose shows include "Supernanny" and "Who Do You Think You Are?" has concluded a deal with Warner Bros. that values the company at around £100 million ($158 million).
More “Shed Media Deal” on Variety.com
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