Jackie Collins is heading back to the small screen, teaming with entertainment cabler E! on a series of tell-all specials that she will host. E! has greenlit production on "Jackie Collins Presents,"…
The Producers Guild of America has tapped Katey Sagal to host its third annual Celebration of Diversity on Thursday and added Placido Domingo and Mira Nair to its list of honorees.
NBC Universal's troubled syndicated rookie "The Jane Pauley Show" has got hit with its third and fourth downgrades, these coming on KATU-TV Portland (Ore.) and WDSU-TV New Orleans.
Five months into the job, ABC Family president Paul Lee has begun to bolster his programming team.
PBS Kids has ordered 14 episodes of "Clifford's Puppy Days," Scholastic Entertainment's spinoff of "Clifford the Big Red Dog," for fall 2005.
Paramount-based Axelrod/Edwards Co. is keeping it all in the Viacom family, setting up a trio of projects at CBS and UPN.
Maybe producer David E. Kelley should always have a legal series on the air somewhere, simply because he's so good at it . Yet "Boston Legal" suffers from the pervasive feeling of been here, seen…
NBC has greenlit a full season of "Joey." The Peacock order adds at least nine more episodes to the show's initial 13-seg order. "Joey," produced by Warner Bros. TV, becomes the first frosh sitcom to…
Warners' "Joey," Disney's "Lost" and Universal's "Savages" will be among the thousands of new shows vying for deals on the Croisette in Cannes next week.
Paramount Domestic TV and the international divisions of Warner Bros. TV and Sony Pictures TV will hit the floor at the NATPE convention in January.
The Writers Guild of America West has tapped comedy scribe-director Hal Kanter to receive the Morgan Cox Award for service to the guild. The kudo will be presented at the guild's Honorary Service…