"Punk'd" co-conspirators Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg are bringing their gonzo brand of reality TV to the WB.
CBS has got Ray Charles on its mind. Eye is teaming up with Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich for a star-studded concert salute to Charles dubbed "Genius: A Night to Remember."
Maverick TV -- a division of the Maverick shingle founded by Madonna and Guy Oseary -- has sealed a first-look deal with Touchstone TV.
Producing partners Steve Martin and Joan Stein are teaming up with the creators of Off Broadway hit "Matt and Ben" to develop a half-hour laffer for the WB.
Fox has picked up a quirky hour-long script from Amy Harris ("Sex and the City") revolving around a U.N. ambassador and his sham marriage to a CIA operative.
Not to saddle "Two and a Half Men" with the entire weight of the ailing sitcom business, but as a returning sophomore that can boast some genuine hit credentials, expectations are high. Year two…
Spirited personalities, a breezy approach and some actual humor make up for the trite formula behind UPN's "Second Time Around." Continuing on the safe path of high-concept urban sitcoms -- a path…
Whatever modicum of good will "Listen Up" engenders in the course of a half-hour dissipates near the end, when star Jason Alexander inexplicably bursts into a musical number. With that, the show…
Paramount-based Grammnet Prods. has decided to seek power from the ancient god Isis. Shingle, headed by Kelsey Grammer, has acquired tyro scribe Ali Russell's "Isis" pitch in a preemptive low…
It's even got a name -- Memogate. The controversy surrounding CBS News and a volatile "60 Minutes" report impugning President Bush's National Guard service appeared far from over Thursday.
Sci Fi Channel is moving forward with the backdoor pilot "Anonymous Rex," but has shelved plans to pick up pilot "Dead Lawyers" to series.