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.
Series pilots simply don't come much slicker --- or whiter --- than this droll and edgy hour from "Sports Night" exec producer Aaron Sorkin and "ER" guru John Wells; it may wind up being Hollywood's…
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…
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.
In a deal that could radically redefine the broadcast network television business, NBC said Thursday that it plans to buy 32% of Paxson Communications for $415 million.
Latin American satellite TV service Sky will be the only system in Colombia to carry Saturday's Oscar de la Hoya-Felix Trinidad boxing match.
The European Commission confirmed at its midday press conference Thursday that it will authorize Open TV to operate in the U.K. for seven years.