Kim Delaney is exiting the Eye's hit new drama "CSI: Miami." In an unexpected twist worthy of one of the skein's episodes, producers and execs at CBS have decided to write Delaney out of the show.
Veteran feature producer Denise Di Novi ("A Walk to Remember") is dramatically expanding her small-screen presence, setting up an aggressive slate of series projects as her overall deal with Spelling…
They can call it "Shaaaaarrron!" Sharon Osbourne, whose name her husband rocker Ozzy Osbourne loves to shout on their hit MTV reality series "The Osbournes," has made a deal to host a talk show.
In a sign that local feature production has emerged from its long slump, off-lot activity in Los Angeles hit the second-highest level of the year in October.
Another superhero could be headed to the WB, this one courtesy of exec producer Jerry Bruckheimer.
Fox is reppin' the 949, inking helmer McG ("Charlie's Angels 2") to develop a sudser about Orange County.
The Intl. Documentary Assn. has signed a three-year deal with the Sundance Channel under which the latter will air highlights from December's 18th annual IDA Awards.
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The Sci Fi Channel has renewed "Stargate SG-1," its highest-rated series, for the show's seventh season, commissioning MGM to produce another 22 episodes.
MTV has given four of its top programming execs -- Tom Calderone, Lois Curren, John Miller and Dave Sirulnick -- exec VP stripes and/or additional duties.
King World has declared new syndie strip "Living It Up! With Ali & Jack" a firm go, with local station deals repping coverage of more than 60% of the country.