USA Networks' epic two-part miniseries "Attila" is sure to play well to the cable net's action-oriented audiences, and may tap into the sword-and-sandals success of Golden Globe winner "Gladiator."…
Walt Disney TV Intl.-Latin America has inked a three-year pay-per-view agreement with satcaster Sky.
Walt Disney TV Intl. Latin America has upped John Begert to senior VP of creative affairs and Luis Perez to senior VP of business operations.
U.K. television distribber Channel 4 Intl. and Comedy Central are to co-produce "A Funny Thing Happened," a three-part docu on the history of black comedy and its role in American society.
Netcaster Pseudo.com is coming back from the dot-com graveyard. Digital broadcaster INTV said Thursday it will pay $2 million for the assets of shuttered Pseudo Programs, which is being liquidated in…
Filmmaker Errol Morris has teamed with the Independent Film Channel to relaunch his critically acclaimed documentary series "First Person," with the initial episode airing in late summer or early…
Kathy Griffin is getting real. MTV has ordered six episodes of "Kathy's So-Called Reality," a weekly half-hour show that will take a comedic look at the reality TV craze. Described as a cross between…
As the nets put the finishing touches on their drama development, Fox has decided to make the trip to "Pasadena," while CBS has enlisted in the World War II drama "Sam's Circus."
FX has good news for "Bad News, Mr. Swanson" and more than 40 other projects the cable net is bringing to the forefront of its original programming. The development slate includes comedies, hour…
Cary Granat, who helped establish Dimension Films as a lean, mean production model for genre pics as production prexy under Bob Weinstein, has opened his own company.
Dick Wolf has rounded out the cast to the upcoming third installment of his NBC "Law & Order" trilogy, recruiting "Shannon's Deal" star Jamey Sheridan. Sheridan, whose credits include the CBS medical…