HBO and Lionsgate TV have set Bret Easton Ellis to pen a series adaptation of "The Follower," the stalker tale by crime novelist Jason Starr.
Apostle Films' Denis Leary and Jim Serpico are busy prepping their post-"Rescue Me" plans.
The Screen Actors Guild is pushing for more English-language programming to be dubbed into Spanish.
After a successful trial run, cable giant Comcast Corp. is poised to accelerate the rollout of its Hulu-esque online programming service by the end of the year.
Fox has given a sixth-season order to "American Dad," keeping the animated skein on the air through at least the 2010-11 TV season.
Sony Pictures Television has upped Russell Kline to senior VP of channel operations, Latin America.
Comedy Central has given a six-episode greenlight to a half-hour sketch series starring Nick Swardson ("Reno 911!").
The BBC has unveiled plans to slash 25% from the salary bill of senior staff, resulting in the loss of 18% of management posts and a freeze on exec pay.
ITV import has a rather interesting take on the fascination with salacious crimes.
Approach is somewhat messy and occasionally self-serving.