Scribe-producer John McNamara, exec producer of the upcoming CBS actioner "The Fugitive," has inked an exclusive multiyear development deal with Warner Bros. Television.
BBC America has signed digital carriage deals with Time Warner Cable and Comcast, extending the 2-year-old channel's potential reach to most corners of the U.S. The agreements will add an initial…
Granada Creative, Granada Media's programming arm, has sold a second format to the Fox net through reality producer LMNO Prods. Uniquely, the new show, "Boot Camp," which Fox has been eyeing (Daily…
Management firm Industry Entertainment is ready for primetime, launching a new TV division under incoming exec Emile Levisetti.
Pax has altered its fall primetime lineup, scheduling the clip series "Masters of Illusion" and pushing the animated sitcom "The Rumfords" back to late fall or midseason.
In a major reversal, NBC is abandoning last season's controversial strategy of developing shorter, less costly 30-minute drama pilot presentations. Instead, the Peacock will again order full-length…
Channel 40 has ended its two-year association with TV Azteca in a flurry of bitter accusations. The pair inked a deal in 1998 under which Azteca, Mexico's No. 2 broadcaster, would provide…
Paramount's "Mission: Impossible 2," the biggest grossing movie of the summer so far, has finally found a broadcast-network home at CBS after a couple of weeks of high-spirited bidding by ABC and…
As ABC prepares to celebrate the first anniversary of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," the producers find themselves at a crossroads. While network TV industry is still experiencing the aftershocks…
Broadway TV Network, an ambitious pay-per-view operation that plans to deliver as many as 12 musical productions live from Broadway in the next five years, has set Sept. 10 as the date of its first…