NBC has ordered a drama script billed as a modern-day take on the legend of Frankenstein.
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There is a distinct possibility Fox could be arriving at the May upfronts without its longtime hit drama "House."
Universal's getting deeply into Stephen King's "The Dark Tower," announcing an ambitious -- and daunting -- plan to produce three films and a TV series based on Stephen King's "The Dark Tower."
It was Black Monday at NBC, as the Peacock plucked several key execs and unveiled a new management structure.
Details are finally starting to emerge on NBC's highly anticipated "The Office" spinoff -- including the show's first cast hire, Aziz Ansari of MTV's sketch comedy "Human Giant."
"Battlestar Galactica" creator Ronald D. Moore will remain in the Peacock universe, inking a two-year, seven-figure overall deal with Universal Media Studios.