HBO has pulled the plug on its upcoming TV version of "L.A. Confidential," which was in advanced development at Warner Bros. TV and Regency TV.
Hamdon Entertainment, an L.A.-based distributor of TV movies, has inked an exclusive multi-year deal with Gaslight Pictures, a company with a clutch of projects in the works for the networks and…
MGM Networks Latin America has dropped inhouse production from its Casa Club TV net and is moving toward co-prods and commissioned fare.
Castle Rock Entertainment has licensed American format rights to the long-running British comedy "Only Fools and Horses."
Deflation leads to inflation: "Hard Copy" saw its numbers soar in the week of April 12, according to Nielsen's latest syndie ratings report, thanks to its telecast of what was billed as the first…
Fox execs huddled Wednesday with angry affils in Gotham to discuss the network's sudden plan to take back a chunk of ad inventory.
"Sports Night" is making ABC's early renewal of the ratings-challenged rookie look like a smart move, scoring a surprise slot win April 27, albeit against punchless competition.
Women's cable web Lifetime announced two new original primetime series Wednesday: "How Could It Happen" (working title) hosted by Melissa Etheridge, and "The Ruby Wax Show," starring British talkshow…
Ron Silver will bow out of the NBC sitcom "Veronica's Closet" at the end of this season.
New Zealand's TV3 may have struggled financially this past year, but now it has scooped rival TVNZ in a big way.
After a few days of hardball negotiations, KCBS news anchor Ann Martin has inked a new multiyear deal to remain the station's primary femme anchor.