ABC has greenlit production on "Then Came Jones," an unconventional hourlong Western from scribes Chris Brancato and Burt Salke ("Dope").
ABC has greenlit a two-hour telepic prequel to the 1997 feature film "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion."
The Sci Fi Channel's "Stargate SG-1" is averaging the best series ratings in the history of the network and stabilizing its Friday-night lineup of original series.
The long-running battle over the right to produce the syndicated variety television program "It's Showtime at the Apollo" has been ratcheted up another notch.
A group of celebs have signed on to participate in the two-hour Fox special "Celebrity Boot Camp."
With the first anniversary of Sept. 11 drawing closer, Trio, ESPN and ABC Family are the latest nets to announce special commemorative programming.
NBC has upped a pair of execs, naming Lee Straus veep of business affairs and Jill Underhill VP of current series programs.
Norwegian pubcaster NRK's new reality show is relying on gray power -- in "Super Seniors," sixtysomethings have just 10 weeks to produce a revue.
Viewers are deserting Danish pubcaster DR-TV as journalists continue their strike, which has halted the channel's news coverage.
Broadway Video Enterprises has sealed a deal with Andy Rheingold ("SpongeBob SquarePants") to lead the company's adaptation of the Taiwanese martial-arts puppet series "Thunder Force."
Game Show Network has renewed the Chuck Woolery-hosted gamer "Lingo," which has averaged a higher rating in households and among adults 18-49 than any of the cabler's other original series.