E! is going back to the mat for another round with “Total Divas,” as the cabler has renewed the WWE reality show for a second season. Network announced Monday that “Eric & Jessie: Game On” and weekly…
E! has announced several appointments within the net's programming and development department, which is run by exec veep Jeff Olde. Blythe Asher has been upped to senior v.p. of talent development…
Experiential marketing may be the latest buzz word among advertisers, but Doritos is taking the promotional concept a step further and embracing a more aspirational approach to sell chips. The…
If there's one complaint pay-per-view producers often hear, it's that consumers couldn't figure out how to find the event or were confused on how to purchase it. The days following Sunday's…
It's looking less likely that “Stone Cold” Steve Austin will ever return to WWE's ring to wrestle in another high-profile match — unless it's a videogame. Austin, who represented WWE's edgier…
E! will extend its initial run of WWE reality show “Total Divas” with six more episodes, with 14 now set to air during the first season. “Total Divas” will now continue to offer up new episodes…
WWE has reached a recent milestone, with its programming watched by 20 million unique people in a single week, the company said. While the number is not an historic record, it is a key stat for a…
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