MANAA, the Media Action Network for Asian American, fired off a letter to Fox on Thursday demanding network executives re-shoot "racist" scenes from Seth MacFarlanes upcoming sitcom "Dads."
FX has given a 10-episode series order to a comedy starring Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence. Series is produced by Lionsgate TV under distrib Debmar-Mercury’s “10/90” deal format that calls for…
In a nod to sitcoms of the past that were based on the stand-ups of their respective eras, NBC is ordering a multicam pilot based on the comedy and life of John Mulaney.
U.K. free-to-air web ITV is to produce gay sitcom "Vicious," starring Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi, and written by Gary Janetti, whose credits include "Will & Grace" and "Family Guy."
Showing that adapting shows is a two-way street, the BBC is turning to the U.S. as it seeks to find its next sitcom hit.
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LONDON -- Big Talk Prods.' quirky British sitcom "Rev," a hit for Hulu in the U.S., has been greenlit for a third season by BBC2.
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