Janet Tamaro will step down as showrunner of “Rizzoli & Isles” at the end of season four, Variety has learned. Tamaro, who decided not to renew her contract for season five, will remain on board the…
A&E, the network that's scoring big this summer with the comedic shenanigans of “Duck Dynasty,” also has a good story to tell in drama. The Wyoming-set crime drama “Longmire” wrapped its second year…
Nicholas Sparks' best-selling novels have been adapted into some of the most popular romance films in recent years, from “The Notebook,” to “Dear John” and “A Walk to Remember.” Now, the decorated…
After exiting Fox following an 18-year tenure at the net, Mike Darnell has announced plans to settle in at Warner Bros., where he will lead the studio's unscripted and alternative arm.
Here's a rundown of how TV's major shops fared in the 65th annual Primetime Emmy nominations derby. Fueled by “American Horror Story: Asylum” and “Modern Family” (pictured), 20th Century Fox TV and…
Once it became clear that Bruce Rosenblum would leave his perch as Warner Bros. TV Group chief after being passed over the for the top job at the studio, a window of opportunity opened for CEO Kevin…
The Turner cablers are crashing the Big Four's pilot pickup party with orders for two shows at TBS and a TNT reality series. Sitcom vets Bill Lawrence and Greg Malins are shepherding “Ground Floor”…
As Disney readies to release "Oz, the Great and Powerful," Warner Horizon Television wants to take a different trip to the Emerald City.
Now that Warner Bros. TV Group president Bruce Rosenblum has been passed over for the CEO job, the question is whether he will remain at the studio.
It takes young execs like this to navigate through today's shifting media platforms.