CBS is teaming with "American Idol" producer FremantleMedia North America for a new version of the classic quizzer "Password" to be known as "Million Dollar Password."
Fox is a true believer in "The Church of Reggie," picking up a put pilot from "Arrested Development" alum Chuck Tatham about a guy who starts his own religion.
Lifetime is moving to corner the market in first network windows of women-oriented theatricals, locking up "No Reservations," "The Nanny Diaries" and "The Jane Austen Book Club."
"Medium" creator Glenn Gordon Caron has reupped with CBS Paramount Network Television in a seven-figure overall deal that runs through May 2009.
NBC is showing some love to all four of its new dramas, while CBS seems to be sticking by "Cane."
ESPN has outbid USA for exclusive U.S. rights to carry the first two rounds of the Masters Golf Tournament next year.
E! Entertainment appears to have adopted a full-employment act for women featured in notorious sex tapes, segueing from Paris Hilton's "The Simple Life" to Kim Kardashian, who the network charitably…
An amusing bit of hokum through its first night, Lifetime's slow-moving supernatural melodrama "The Gathering" gradually falls apart in its second amid lots of loud music, wind-blown hair and…
The increasing appeal of Teutonic product was evident at Mipcom as distribs not only reported strong sales but also relaunched one of Germany's most beloved series -- without having a domestic…
ABC makes a stab at a new-fangled femme-buddy cop drama and produces a flat hourlong series that suffers from a multitude of unnatural behaviors.
ESPN 2 has a series coming up that sounds a whole lot like a real-life spin on "Friday Night Lights." Judging by this promo (click here and enter the password: heespn07), "Varsity Inc." is even shot…