The Roundabout revival of "The Pajama Game" was a sleeper hit with the Outer Critics Circle, topping the list of the org's award nominations with eight nods.
"Scrubs" co-exec producer Bill Callahan is remaining in the Touchstone fold, inking a two-year overall deal with the studio. Under the seven-figure pact, Callahan will stay with the show next season…
When it first became apparent last year that the publication date for Dan Brown's next novel would be dragged out to 2006, Sony -- and book retailers -- were happy.
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NBC business affairs exec Lee Straus has been upped to senior VP of the department, where he'll continue to work on various broadcast and cable dealings.
TLC is hoping "Little People" has a big future. The Discovery cable network has renewed docudrama "Little People, Big World," ordering 14 half-hours that will continue to follow the experiences and…
There's something about remakes for the Farrelly brothers. DreamWorks has landed rights to Francis Veber's French comedy "The Valet" and attached Peter and Bobby Farrelly to direct a Hollywood…
Ryan Seacrest has recruited alternative veep Eliot Goldberg of the WB to run production and development for his Ryan Seacrest Prods. banner as senior VP.
A&E has greenlit "Sons of Hollywood" and extended the life of the channel's reality staples, including "Dog the Bounty Hunter" and "Intervention."
Former homevid exec Jeff Fink has landed the first two clients for his Media Content Management shingle. The longtime Artisan homevid exec, who most recently worked for Miramax Home Video, will…
Former "King of the Hill" scribe Cheryl Holliday is continuing her relationship with NBC Universal, inking a two-year development deal with the Peacock's studio arm.
Idina Menzel is going green one more time. Thesp will reprise her Tony-winning perf as the emerald-skinned Elphaba in the London incarnation of "Wicked" this fall.