WENA Prods. has greenlit syndicated weekly lifestyle show "America's Moving to . . ." for a January bow.
Even as a celeb version of "The Mole" starts taking shape, the ABC reality skein is saying goodbye to original host and current CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.
CBS and Spyglass Television are developing a small-screen version of helmer Kevin Reynolds' "The Count of Monte Cristo."
Ed O'Neill ("Married . . . With Children") has been cast as Joe Friday in Dick Wolf's "Dragnet" revival for ABC.
NBC defeated CBS in another Thursday night shootout last week, with the Eye keeping it close behind the strong second halves of both "Survivor" and "CSI."
Buyers were out in force at this year's Mipcom Junior, but there were fewer distributors and programs being offered to the 685 delegates from 53 countries at the two-day jaunt for the kidvid biz.
In a sign that some dealmaking may be afoot, NBC on Friday filed a form 13D with the Securities and Exchange Commission that suggests the Peacock could be poised to initiate a transaction with…
CBS and Showtime, two networks owned by Viacom, swear that they're not trying to set any precedent.
Mouse House international TV sales arm BVI-TV has inked deals with stations in Germany and Hungary on the eve of Mipcom.
Universal Studios' Sci-Fi in the U.K. has inked a six-figure deal to acquire 12 firstrun indie pics from arthouse distrib Metro Tartan, which has released some of the most cutting-edge and…
MTV Networks Intl. will unveil several key deals with foreign broadcasters for its hit reality series "The Osbournes."
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