Bravo's "Inside the Actors Studio" has announced its spring lineup. Thesps waiting their turns to answer the Bernard Pivot questionnaire include Billy Bob Thornton (Jan. 28), Johnny Depp (Feb. 25)…
Scholastic Entertainment will produce 26 episodes of "I Spy" for HBO Family this fall, based on the bestselling picture books of the same name.
With the world's attention focused on the search for terrorist leader Osama bin Laden, CBS and Alliance Atlantis are developing a four-hour miniseries about another evil doer: Adolf Hitler.
TNT has locked up exclusive TV rights to reruns of Twentieth TV's "Judging Amy" for a license fee of $550,000-$600,000 an episode.
Logistics is shaping up as one of the biggest challenges for NATPE-goers as some 12,000 participants converged here Monday for what is likely to be a subdued but businesslike 39th annual convention.
NBC continues to have the Midas touch with the Golden Globe Awards, as Sunday's telecast of the kudocast drew its largest audience in three years and dominated the night's ratings.
The WB is closing in on a deal to greenlight "In My Life," an hourlong drama/comedy from ex-"Friends" scribe Ira Ungerleider.
E! Networks has inked a deal with Walt Disney TV Intl. to distribute top E! shows to terrestrial stations in Latin America.
MGM TV Distribution has sold the Bruce Willis-Billy Bob Thornton movie "Bandits" in a shared window to ABC, Comedy Central and Turner's TBS/TNT.
Studios USA Domestic TV has given senior VP stripes to sales execs Bill Trotter, Michael Howard, Cameron Hutton and J.R. McCabe Jr.
In a sign that gimmicks are no longer necessary for foreign players seeking attention at NATPE, British conglom Carlton will retire its famous red double-decker bus after this year's confab.