BS is developing a series about mismatched cops to star John DiResta and Justin McKinney, two real-life police officers who went from law enforcement to standup comedy. The deal's worth mid-six…
Warner Bros. TV is close to clinching a megabucks long-term production pact with writer-producer Chuck Lorre, a sitcom vet who most recently co-created the ABC hit "Dharma & Greg."
Fox Broadcasting Co. has made early pilot commitments to a pair of major projects targeted for fall 2000: a series version of "L.A. Confidential" and an hourlong, live-action skein from "King of the…
Women in Film gave kudos to several TV high achievers Friday at the Beverly Hilton at the ceremony for the sixth annual Lucy Awards.
Nickelodeon will open its new $10 million digital animation studio and development laboratory in Gotham next month.
The British government has announced that it hopes to switch off analog TV transmissions no later than 2010, and possibly as early as 2006.
Despite her lowest rating ever, "Miss America" has strutted to ABC's best Saturday Nielsens in more than a year and a half.
Scribe-helmer Adam Glass hit a double last week, setting up a movie and a TV pitch by literally walking from one end of the WB lot to the other.
With competitors USA, TBS and TNT forging ahead with an all-out assault on the major networks' one-time domain of first-broadcast movie slates, Comedy Central has joined the fray, landing four Buena…
Jenny Bicks, a writer and co-exec producer on HBO's "Sex and the City," has inked an overall development deal with NBC Studios.
Scribe Larry Levin, creator of the quirky 1993-'94 Fox comedy "Bakersfield P.D.," is developing a comedy series for Twentieth Century Fox TV.