Warner Bros. TV has completed its development team restructure, upping Marianne Cracchiolo Mago to head of comedy and renewing Susan Rovner's deal as drama chief.
Deion Sanders, a star player in both the National Football League and Major League Baseball, has resigned as a studio analyst for NFL games on CBS.
Fox is ready to buy a shiny new "House," while ABC is ready to give up some real estate to Mel Gibson's "Savages."
Andy Bobrow and Matt Boren have emerged as the first writers to come out of Fox's "Naked TV" with signed script development deals.
Lindsay Lohan will host the 2004 MTV Movie Awards, set to air June 10.
Former National Geographic Channel VP and exec news producer Mark Nelson has been tapped to preside over Paula Zahn's evening news show on CNN.
Viewers watching ABC's latenight "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday surely noticed as his face grew puffier and puffier.
TLC has greenlit production of "America's Ugliest," a set of quarterly specials from Stone Stanley Entertainment, and ordered the series pilot "Moving Up."
Kevin Reilly has made his first major structural change since taking over the top NBC Entertainment job, reorganizing his current programs department under topper Ted Frank.
Fox is still in the hunt at the halfway point of the May sweep after dominating Wednesday with "American Idol."
Reality TV company Touchdown Prods. has been penalized NZ$65,000 ($40,000) after a stunt went wrong, badly burning a contestant.
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