NBC has greenlit six episodes of a reality show designed to find a new Sports Illustrated swimsuit model.
TNT has ponied up $6 million for basic-cable rights to HBO's 12-hour "From the Earth to the Moon," which won the Emmy for best miniseries in 1998.
In one of the biggest basic-cable deals ever, Comedy Central will end up shelling out an eight-figure sum to keep Dave Chappelle and his "Chappelle's Show" on the laffer net through 2006.
HBO is showing some love to "Big Love." Pay cabler ordered 11 episodes of the hourlong drama series from Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman's Playtone Prods.
The Museum of Television & Radio has appointed five new members to its Los Angeles board of governors.
Even without Shaquille O'Neal, the Los Angeles Lakers are still showtime when it comes to national TV coverage.
ABC/Touchstone photo guru Ray Slay is joining NBC, where he'll head up photography and new media.
Louis J. Horvitz will return for his 11th year as director of the Primetime Emmy Awards, helming the kudofest's 56th edition, which airs Sunday, Sept. 19, on ABC.
DirecTV took control of 1 million rural subscribers Monday via an agreement to buy out ailing Pegasus Satellite Communications.
New Fox drama development topper Ted Gold is firming up his exec team, upping Susan Levison to VP of the department.