Fuse has ramped up its original programming with the addition of three hip hop-focused original series, and the renewal of “Warped Roadies” for a second season. The new season of “Roadies” will offer…
An era has ended at Fox with Friday's news that Mike Darnell is stepping down after 18 years as a top programming exec at the network. Darnell confirmed he would step down from his post as prexy of…
NBC Universal's E! cabler said it would air six new series, including one focused on the lives of female stars of the WWE, while introducing an array of topical specials and live events over the next…
Syfy is teaming with Jamie Foxx for a halfhour horror anthology, ordering five episodes slated for October, topper Dave Howe revealed at the cabler's upfront on Wednesday. Program will be in the vein…
Esquire Network further ramped up its original programming slate in preparation for its transformation from G4.
Electus will stock its upcoming YouTube channel Loud with an unscripted programming lineup featuring projects from Kevin Smith and Quddus.
Lionsgate is plunging deeper into unscripted TV, announcing an overall deal Tuesday with Roy Bank, former president of television at Merv Griffin Entertainment.
Reality producer Scott Messick has partnered with the Lego Group to develop nonscripted programming related to the toy building-block franchise.
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300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
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