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Germany's Kirch Media has canceled its glitzy Mipcom premiere for new historical miniseries "The Crusaders" in the wake of U.S. and British military action in Afghanistan.
A national version of "Good Day L.A.," the morning show on Fox-owned KTTV Los Angeles, likely will be Twentieth Television's next slow rollout project.
Fox has sealed a talent development deal with thesp Eddie McClintock, who was recently cast in Steven Soderbergh's tentatively titled "How To Survive a Hotel Room Fire."
The Peacock is perched high above its network rivals in the early going this season, but there's also lots of flapping going on over at the weblets.
As part of the "Inside the Actors Studio" anniversary special, James Lipton will parody his reputation as the egotistical, pompous host of Bravo's successful weekly series.
MTV has engineered a major programming first, picking up the canceled "Making the Band" from ABC and keeping the show in production as the linchpin of its Friday primetime schedule.
The Hallmark Channel has scheduled the U.S. TV premiere of theatrical pic "Walking Across Egypt," a family drama with Ellen Burstyn and Jonathan Taylor Thomas. The movie runs at 8 p.m. Nov. 3.
"Martha Stewart Living," a daily syndicated series distributed by King World Prods., has been renewed on TV stations repping coverage of 60% of the country for the 2002-03 TV season.
Scribe Nancy Miller and producer Gary Randall -- the team behind Lifetime's successful drama skein "Any Day Now" -- have inked a seven-figure, multiyear overall deal with Studios USA Television.
Venevision Intl. and Spanish TV production company Nostromo Producciones have formed a joint venture, Nostromo America, to create, market, buy and produce Spanish and Portuguese-lingo formats…
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