Pearson Television has given a vote of confidence to the world's most popular show, "Baywatch."
Former "Friends" writer/exec producer Michael Curtis has found some new pals at Fox Broadcasting: The web has given the scribe a blind put pilot commitment for the 2000-01 season.
Ron Chaimowitz, co-founder of the maker of violent vidgames "Duke Nukem" and "Doom," has been tapped to serve as chairman and CEO of the Auction Channel, operated by online Netcaster Brilliant…
Satcaster BSkyB is reportedly offering almost £1 billion ($1.65 billion) for the rights to broadcast English Premier League soccer for the next three years.
NBC has ordered a pilot presentation of "Stuckeyville," a one-hour comedy/drama from Letterman's Worldwide Pants label and Viacom Prods.
NBC's primetime fortunes are starting to look a little spooky after a Halloween weekend in which Peacock rookies "Freaks and Geeks" and "Cold Feet" performed like a couple of Nielsen cadavers. And…
ABC is getting "girl power." The network is developing a two-hour telefilm based on psychologist Dr. Mary Pipher's nonfiction bestseller "Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls."
Unapix Entertainment has inked a deal with ABC to produce a three-part special for the Alphabet web entitled "Totally Out of Control,"looking at the cause of catastrophes.
Studios USA has signed scribes-producers Michael Nankin ("Life Goes On") and Jill Gordon ("My So-Called Life") to overall development deals.
y engineering deals with NESN (New England Sports Network) and CSS (Comcast Sports Southeast), ESPN may be preparing to challenge Fox's dominance in regional sports networks.
ABC has greenlit a pilot script for "Holmes & Watson," a modern-day detective drama from scribe Peter Iliff ("Varsity Blues") and helmer Gary Fleder ("Kiss the Girls.")