Russian broadcaster Channel One has signed a deal for 10 episodes of a local adaptation of Eyeworks' "Who Wants to Marry My Son?" to be produced by Red Square.
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"Boss," the new Kelsey Grammer series from Starz, bowed to 659,000 in its first showing Friday on the pay cabler.
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