Having previously explored "The Tudors," Showtime is now zeroing in on 19th century royalty with "The Vanderbilts."
A little more than a month after he was fired by the New Orleans Hornets, Byron Scott was hired by ESPN as an NBA studio analyst.
MGM's first branded channel bowed in the U.K. on Monday on News Corp. paybox BSkyB.
L+E Prods. has partnered with Liquid Comics to launch Epic Cycle, a new graphic novel label designed to hatch properties that can be expanded into multiple platforms, including film and TV.
CBS Television Distribution has renewed its syndie strip "The Doctors" for two more seasons, through the 2011-12 season.
Sunday proved to be a night of historic highs for a trio of cablers.
NBC's "30 Rock," AMC's "Mad Men" and ABC's "Modern Family" led the way with three nominations each.
NBC's long-delayed drama "Parenthood" finally makes it to air on March 1.
A high-scoring NFC matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants dominated the ratings Sunday night.
History has set its first scripted series, an eight-hour look at the Kennedy dynasty from "24" co-creator Joel Surnow.