Steve McPherson is losing his No. 2. Francie Calfo -- who oversees all scripted series development and current programming for ABC Entertainment -- has informed McPherson of her plans to leave the…
The Food Network has greenlit production on "Giada's Weekend Getaways," a new half-hour weekly hosted by popular chef Giada de Laurentiis.
TBS International has named veteran finance and accounting executive Ray Hutton as executive VP and chief financial officer.
Sci Fi Channel has renewed "Who Wants to Be a Superhero?," greenlighting an expanded 10-episode second season of the superhero search.
As the NHL drops the puck on its season this week, the league's network partners are furiously trying to make sure the ratings don't freeze over.
National Geographic is set to launch its first production company outside the U.S. Change Prods. will specialize in factual shows for U.K. and international broadcasters concentrating on such…
Pubcaster NHK will take 48 viewers to court in November unless they pony up back subscription fees, NHK chairman Genichi Hashimoto announced Thursday.
Celestial Pictures has inked two TV deals for its Shaw Brothers films that will bring classic Chinese pics such as "The 36th Chamber of Shaolin" to terrestrial TV Down Under for the first time.
Showtime and U.K.-based Channel 4 have teamed with producer Ecosse Films on "Meadowlands," an original weekly drama about a family in the witness protection program.
The big question at Mipcom next week: Who will be the first U.S. seller to pocket $1.5 million an episode for one of its new shows? That's the new benchmark the Hollywood majors are eyeing as their…
Some of the viewers ABC's "Lost" lost along the way didn't return for its third-season premiere Wednesday, although the show remains a winner. A broad smash during its initial season, "Lost" saw some…
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