USA Network has solidified its drama bench, giving renewals to a trio of series stalwarts: "Royal Pains," "White Collar" and "Covert Affairs."
Seeking to regain its status as the No. 1 basic cabler in the 18-49 demo, USA used its exec-free upfront to push an expansion in both drama and comedy as well as adding more reality to its mix -- and…
Looking to complement its current reality-only fare, E! is making a major push into scripted programming with nine series in development, including projects from John Wells, Kevin Spacey and Phillip…
Philip Matthys, senior vice president of business affairs, NBC Universal Cable Entertainment and Cable Studios
Matthys oversees the team of business affairs execs who handle all talent and producer deals, licensing deals, development and series pick-ups as well as new business deals for Universal Cable…
Doug Liman's Hypnotic banner is working overtime this development season for Universal Cable Prods. The shingle has set up four comedy projects spread among Fox, ABC and NBC, in addition to the…
Fox has bought a script titled "Metropolitan," about three sets of detectives working in Washington, D.C.
USA Network is giving one last hurrah to "In Plain Sight" before saying goodbye.
Bonnie Hammer's cable entertainment and cable studios group at NBCUniversal is upping Philip Matthys to senior VP, business affairs. The promotion gives Matthys the day-to-day biz affairs…
USA Network, basic cable's No. 1 network, is using its healthy profits to mine a new lineup of shows.
"Royal Pains" exec producers Andrew Lenchewski and Michael Rauch have signed exclusive two-year deals with Universal Cable Prods.
Universal Cable Prods. has expanded its staff by adding Reena Singh and Stacy Fung to the development and current programming divisions.