Regent Entertainment has signed its first development and financing deal for television movies with producer Ellen M. Krass' EMK Prods. The agreement gives Regent an exclusive, first-look opportunity…
Thai cabler United Broadcasting is about to discover which regulation violations will do them the least harm when they broadcast the Academy Awards on March 26.
Thomas Haffa, head of EM.TV & Merchandising and new owner of the Jim Henson Co., has big plans for Kermit and the gang.
Spain's pubcaster RTVE has extended its programming deal with Warner Bros. Intl. TV by inking a three-year agreement that includes broadcast rights to a number of top movies, series and animation…
Scribe Peter Tolan ("Analyze This") and helmer Rob Marshall ("Annie") have signed on for ABC's upcoming Barwood Films/Storyline Entertainment-produced musical adaptation of "Mame," dramatically…
This year's Academy Awards presentation will be broadcast live to Japanese auds by Japan Satellite Broadcasting (Wowow) for the first time in nine years, under an exclusive two-year contract with…
If you needed another sign of the approaching apocalypse, NBC will be unveiling its animated series chronicling the ongoing battle between the Lord Almighty and Beelzebub, and it's a warm and fuzzy…
KCAL Los Angeles has acquired New Line's upcoming relationship strip "First Date" and is expected to slide the series into its 4 p.m. slot as the station preps its fall lineup.
Encouraged by the healthy ratings for "If These Walls Could Talk 2," HBO is ramping up for a third installment of the femme-oriented series of original movies.
Continuing its search for a mainstream comedy hit, the WB network has signed "King of the Hill" scribe-exec producer Greg Daniels to create a new live-action laffer for the 2000-01 season.