The Britt Allcroft Co., best known for "Thomas the Tank Engine," has sealed a three-year co-production deal with Egmont Imagination, the Danish media group.
The syndie strip "Access Hollywood" is getting a summer facelift, adding Shaun Robinson as a weekend co-host and tapping Chris Fahey as the show's Gotham bureau chief.
Former "Diagnosis Murder" showrunners Lee Goldberg and Bill Rabkin have been recruited as exec producers for the returning CBS actioner "Martial Law."
CBS Cable's TNN has jumped into the pro wrestling arena by cutting a deal with Extreme Championship Wrestling to produce a weekly one-hour Friday night show.
John Severino, one of broadcasting's most colorful figures during the 1970s and '80s, is in serious talks with CBS to take the helm of the Eye's O&O group.
Eddie Murphy has rejoined the voice cast of Fox's claymation comedy "The PJs" after briefly bailing on the show in anger over Fox's decision to hold it back for midseason rather than giving it a slot…
NBA basketball has gone a little flat this year but still delivered enough bounce to lift NBC to the top of the primetime Nielsen standings.
NBC has signed a three-year deal with Marv Albert to do the play-by-play for National Basketball Assn. games and for some Olympic events.
New Line's "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" has found a second TV home: The Fox Network has confirmed reports it will share the broadcast window with TBS.
Greg Dyke may owe his new job as director general of the BBC to a tactical blunder by Britain's Conservative Party.