It's Showtime for Spielberg. Pay cabler is stepping up development of "The United States of Tara," a half-hour single-camera laffer from DreamWorks Television that's based on an original Steven…
To brand and how to brand -- those were the questions taken up by cable chiefs at Thursday's Hollywood Radio and Television Society luncheon, which also yielded a philosophical debate over how to…
TV producers, sharpen your pencils, and actors, hit the spell-check: This year's top Emmy contenders will be asked to explain their work -- in 250 words or less.
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"Battlestar Galactica" exec producer David Eick has reupped his first-look deal at NBC Universal even as he continues expanding his development roster to non-Peacock properties.
Fred Silverman continues to ramp up his development team.
Comedy Central will lay out a total of about $10 million for exclusive cable TV rights to "Reno 911!: Miami" and "Team America: World Police" and for a shared window to "Borat."
TLC is fashioning its first talkshow. Stacy London, co-host of the net's "What Not to Wear," will star in and exec produce a weekly primetime talkshow called "Shut Up! It's Stacy London."
Fresh off his Emmy-nominated stint as President Charles Logan on "24," thesp Gregory Itzin has joined the cast of the comedy pilot "Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office."
CBS announced on Thursday a pact with YouTube under which the site will show clips from the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, completing a deal that came together only over the last few days.
News Corp.'s STAR TV division has launched its Indian entertainment channels Star One and Vijay on the PCCW-owned NOW TV.
Turkish migrants in Germany were the key theme of TV productions honored by the Adolf Grimme Institut this year.