Comedy Central has inked a multiplatform development deal with comedian Hannibal Buress, it was announced today. "Hannibal Buress has one of the great names in comedy," said Kent Alterman, prez of…
Tv Development Deal
Adam Levine is strengthening his ties with the Peacock in a first-look development deal. “The Voice” coach and his producing partner Jordan Feldstein have inked an exclusive one-year deal with NBC…
Ten years after "Gangs of New York" hit theaters, the project could evolve for the smallscreen.
Glen Mazzara has inked an overall deal with Fox TV Studios. Pact calls for the development of cable projects under Mazzara’s new banner, 44 Strong Prods. FTVS and Mazzara have a history, as the…
In the effort to stem the ratings slump at Nickelodeon, the kidvid cabler is turning to its most reliable live-action hitmaker: Dan Schneider.
A string of recent TV development deals has proven that no blog, Tumblr or Twitter feed is too obscure or too new to escape notice in Hollywood, so long as the voice behind the content is compelling…
Tina Fey is sticking with NBCUniversal.
Netflix is licensing new episodes of the TV series "Arrested Development" from 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Television.
Comics Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome have inked a development pact with HBO for a laffer based on the duo's Garfunkel and Oates' musical comedy act.
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