TNT's $40 million, six-hour Cold War thriller "The Company" got off to a disappointing start in its two-hour premiere, managing to draw only 2.89 million viewers, 66.5% of whom were 50 or older.
PBS is rolling out PBS World, its 3-year-old 24-hour documentary and public affairs channel, on 55 digital stations in August, adding several large markets including Los Angeles, Cleveland and Tampa.
FX has formed FX Productions, a unit designed to give the network more control of and ownership in its shows, and has appointed current series and alternative programming exec Eric Schrier to run it.
George Clooney is on board to narrate and exec produce "Sand and Sorrow," an HBO doc from Paul Freedman about the Darfur crisis.
TV Portal Service, a digital TV service provider, will launch a VOD service this September.
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NBC has given an early go to an untitled legal thriller from helmer Barry Sonnenfeld and scribe Luke Reiter ("Boston Legal"). Universal Media Studios is producing the hourlong drama, which has been…
Reality TV takes more bites of the Emmy apple this year than ever before but some below-the-line artists are still hungry for more.
When Jaye Hersh tunes into ABC's "Desperate Housewives," she's not interested in who's feuding with who or bedding whom on the weekly seriocomic melodrama. Rather, the owner of the hip Los Angeles…
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