MTV just got punk'd. Ashton Kutcher, creator and star of the net's hidden camera show "Punk'd," has thrown in the towel, effectively calling off the series' upcoming third season.
HBO has renewed "Carnivale," ordering a 13-episode second season. Creator Daniel Knauf and Howard Klein are on board to exec produce.
E! Networks has greenlit production on a comedy pilot based on the long-running Los Angeles stage production of Eugene Pack's "In Their Own Words: Celebrity Autobiographies," featuring comedic…
Fox is loving "The Lineup." Net is in talks with Warner Bros. TV about a six-episode series commitment.
New Line is looking to jumpstart its hobbit-size small screen business via an aggressive push into unscripted television to be led by reality vet Jon Kroll.
Heartened by the growth spurt at ABC News' "Good Morning America," Alphabet affils on Thursday endorsed the return of the ayem show to the weekends.
The threat of a lawsuit by the Universal TV Group appears to have saved U's Trio, the pop-culture cable network, from getting axed by DirecTV on Jan. 1.
Call it "The Real (Little) World."
"Will & Grace" exec producers David Kohan and Max Mutchnick have leveled a lawsuit against NBC, claiming the network failed to negotiate a fair license fee for the show.
NBC's production notes boldly proclaim that "Secret Santa" is "destined to become a holiday classic," representing the kind of balls-to-the-wall hyperbole that's hard not to admire. In the case of…