Nickelodeon is turning a 180-minute block of Sunday-evening programming into a showcase for tweens, kids 9-14.
Sundance Channel has acquired U.S. television rights to "New York in the Fifties," which will make its TV premiere on the web on March 23.
Longtime Carsey-Werner Co. prexy Caryn Mandabach has been made a full partner in the indie production powerhouse, which will now be known as Carsey-Werner-Mandabach.
Canada's leading TV producer Alliance Atlantis Communications has acquired Halifax-based production company Salter Street Films in a cash and shares deal worth C$82 million ($54.3 million).
The creators of "South Park," Matt Stone and Trey Parker, have signed Timothy Bottoms, an actor who bears a strong resemblance to President George W. Bush, as the star of a new Comedy Central sitcom…
The Producers Guild of America, in a boost to several awards season favorites, tapped "Almost Famous," "Billy Elliot," "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," "Erin Brockovich" and "Gladiator" as nominees…
And then there was one: NBC has emerged as the most likely home for the half-hour comedy project from "Seinfeld" alum Julia Louis-Dreyfus and her writer-producer husband, Brad Hall.
ABC, which has been slow out of the gate this sweeps period, was hitting on all cylinders Sunday night -- topping the competish with some of its best ratings on the night in a year.
Studios USA programming prexy David Kissinger has been upped to president of the USA Television Production Group, replacing Robert Fleming, who has left the company.
The National Football League was awarded $2.6 million in damages after a judge ruled that PrimeTime 24 violated the U.S. Copyright Act after it retransmitted game telecasts from the U.S. to Canada…
Hispanics who want to become millionaires are going to have to try their luck with Regis. U.S. Hispanic net Univision is canceling its new "A Millon" gameshow along with variety show "Gran Blablazo"…