Cristian de la Fuente -- who appeared opposite Sylvester Stallone in the 2000 action pic "Driven" -- has inked a talent-holding deal with the WB.
The WB has greenlit production on two new reality series: the high school reunion fantasy "Classmates" and a nationwide competish that aims to discover "The Most Talented People in America."
Fresh off boffo box office returns for his new feature "Training Day," helmer Antoine Fuqua has partnered with Mel Gibson's Icon Prods. and Columbia TriStar TV to develop an hourlong drama for ABC.
Comedy duo Michael Showalter and David Wain have been hired by Warner Bros. Television and HBO to create a series for Janeane Garofalo to topline.
The Fox and the Frog are finished. Still haunted by last spring's failed "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" renegotiations, the WB and 20th Century Fox TV will no longer do business together.
Sure, Viacom topper Mel Karmazin may have been half jesting when suggesting that Washington cut the broadcasting biz a regulatory break and allow further consolidation in light of the Sept. 11…
John Billock, president of HBO's U.S. network group, has moved up to the new post of vice chairman and chief operating officer of Time Warner Cable.
An anxious U.S. House of Representatives late Friday cleared emergency anti-terrorism legislation that would, among other things, make it easier for the government to peek at cable modem and cable…
That sigh of relief you heard Friday was coming from CBS -- and perhaps anybody else who has a stake in the future of unscripted programming.
Internet rebroadcaster JumpTV has withdrawn from a hearing with the Copyright Board Canada, scheduled for December, in which it planned to argue it is in the same copyright regulatory category as…
The weekend off-network debut of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" in broadcast syndication was the highest-rated preem of an off-net weekly since "ER's" perf in 1998, according to Nielsen figures.