CBS hasn't nixed the idea of eventually joining News Corp. and NBC's new Hulu online video site -- but if there's any movement on such a deal, the Eye isn't talking.
County General Hospital probably won't be shutting down the "ER" this year after all.
"Ugly Betty" showrunner Silvio Horta has made a beauty of a deal with ABC Studios. Scribe has signed a two-year, mid-seven-figure pact that will keep him aboard ABC's Thursday-night dramedy.
"Arrested Development" creator Mitch Hurwitz is adapting the Australian laffer "Sit Down, Shut Up" for U.S. auds -- but as an animated skein.
Didier Lombard, chairman-CEO of giant Gallic telco France Telecom, will deliver one of the keynote speeches, "Inventing a New Media TV Experience," at April's 45th Mip TV mart.
"Ugly Betty" has finally found her way to China.
ABC News is revisiting its Iraq war report series "Where Things Stand" on the five-year anniversary of the invasion with "Iraq Five Years Later: Where Things Stand."
France's Calt Intl., the sales company behind Euro TV smash hit "Camera Cafe," has initiated sales on its latest short-format production, "Women!"
Starz has bought exclusive pay TV rights to four movies produced and distributed by Bob Yari, led by "Even Money," with Danny DeVito, Kim Basinger, Tim Roth and Ray Liotta.
U.K. commercial broadcaster ITV is winding up its standalone sales arm, Granada Intl., as it overhauls its rights exploitation, merchandising and licensing activities.
Few new shows have generated much excitement so far this year, but Fox's lie-detector series "The Moment of Truth" has been an exception.