GMC TV is adding telepic "Finding Normal" to its original programming slate, with "Full House's" Candace Cameron Bure set to star.
Thesps Alexis Bledel and Zachary Levi star in the Hallmark Hall of Fame project "Remember Sunday," now in production and set to preem this April on ABC.
Lifetime is developing a telepic based on the memoir of Casey Anthony prosecutor Jeff Ashton.
The made-for-TV movie, once considered to be on the endangered species list, is starting to make something of a comeback.
HBO and Playtone are looking to revisit one of the lighter chapters of the Cold War: Nikita Khrushchev's two-week tour of the U.S.
Disney Channel is hitting the ice for its next made-for-TV movie.
Charlie Cox, Donald Sutherland and Gillian Anderson have joined the previously announced William Hurt and Ethan Hawke on TeleMunchen Group's $25.5 million telepic of "Moby Dick."
The History Channel has announced the most ambitious original programming slate in its own history, led by a 12-part epic capturing the U.S. from the pilgrims to President Obama.
Songwriter-performer Amanda Ghost has been named president of Epic Records in a roll of the dice for Columbia/Epic Label Group chairman Rob Stringer.
The Hallmark Channel has given the go-ahead to "Dear Prudence," a two-hour backdoor pilot starring Jane Seymour as the host of a TV show who has a sideline: helping people solve mysteries.