|[02/08/12 - 09:32 AM]
Electus and The Weinstein Company Attach Dave Erickson to Executive Produce Starz' Epic New Adventure Series "Marco Polo"
"John Fusco has created an epic character and adventure drama unlike anything I've read or seen on television. I'm proud to be part of it," said Dave Erickson.
|[03/03/11 - 10:50 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 3
Updates include: James Callis, Matt Long report to NBC's "17th Precinct"; Ben Aldridge is "Heavenly" for The CW; and Ginnifer Goodwin is Snow White in ABC's "Once Upon a Time."
|[01/19/10 - 07:33 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, January 19
Updates include: Twentieth renews "5th Grader" in syndication; Russell T. Davies bringing "Torchwood" to FOX; and a slew of pilots get greenlighted.
|[12/18/09 - 07:03 PM]
Development Update: Friday, December 18
Updates include: ABC orders pilot from British comedian Danny Wallace; Megan Holley to bring "Sunshine Cleaning" to Showtime; and Boris Kodjoe set as male lead in NBC's "Undercovers."
|[07/09/09 - 10:50 AM]
Terry Kinney Joins the Cast of "The Mentalist" in a Recurring Role
He'll play Agent Sam Bosco, "a seemingly flat-footed policeman with a deceptively sharp intelligence."
|[04/15/09 - 06:29 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, April 15
Updates include: NBC renews "Law & Order: SVU," leads or no leads; Nick Bakay books a script deal at Sony; and Julie White is set for "Women's Studies" at HBO.
|[03/05/09 - 06:51 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 5
Updates include: TBS axes "Frank TV"; good (and a little bad) news about the future of "Heroes"; and Indira Varma to topline ABC's "Inside the Box."
|[07/20/08 - 01:30 PM]
Mark Feuerstein Stars in USA Network Pilot "Royal Pains"
Plus: The pilot will be directed by Jace Alexander.
|[07/17/08 - 05:40 AM]
The 60th Primetime Emmy(R) Awards and Creative Arts Emmy(R) Awards Nominees ArE...
"John Adams" leads all nominations with 23, followed by "30 Rock" (17), "Mad Men" (16) and "Pushing Daisies" (12).
|[06/11/08 - 05:52 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, June 11
Updates include: Sarah Paulson named the female lead on ABC's "Cupid" revival; Sharon Lawrence visits ABC's "Motor City"; and Seth Green is set to stop by NBC's "My Name Is Earl."
|[05/30/08 - 04:04 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 30
Updates include: Keith Robinson reports for ABC's "Good Behavior"; MyNetworkTV eyes Tony Rock-led sketch comedy series; and Nicole Ari Parker to play wife to Damon Wayans on ABC's "Never Better."
|[05/11/08 - 04:33 PM]
Development Update: Sunday, May 11
Updates include: "Boston Legal" and "The Game" get renewals; FOX pulls the plug on "New Amsterdam"; and J.D. Roth to host ABC's "Opportunity Knocks."
|[04/02/08 - 02:22 PM]
FOX Broadcasting Company Announces Promotions in Current Programming Department
Beth Miyares, James Oh, Monique Nash and Xenia Lok have all been upped at the network.
|[03/25/08 - 12:00 PM]
Primetime Ratings Report for the Week of March 17, 2008 (Based on National Live + Same Day Program Ratings)
ABC spins the numbers for the week of March 17-23.
|[03/24/08 - 04:53 PM]
FOX Says Goodbye to 'Jezebel James'
Repeats of "Bones" will return to the Friday, 8:00/7:00c hour beginning this week.
|[03/20/08 - 09:36 AM]
FOX Banishes 'Canterbury's Law' to Fridays
Repeats of "House" will assume "Law's" Monday, 8:00/7:00c slot starting next week.
|[03/18/08 - 01:52 PM]
Quick Take for Monday, March 17, 2008 (Fast Affiliate Live + Same Day Ratings)
ABC spins the numbers for Monday, March 17.
|[02/19/08 - 01:27 PM]
FOX Returns Series to Production
FOX confirms our report from earlier today, including a round-up of return dates for each series.
|[02/19/08 - 11:25 AM]
FOX Overhauls Spring Lineup: New 'House' to Anchor Mondays
FOX has overhauled its spring lineup as new episodes of "House," "Bones," "'Til Death" and "Back to You" will join its schedule in April.
|[02/12/08 - 01:37 PM]
Networks Plot Post-Strike Plans: 36 (And Counting) to Resume Production
With the strike on track to be lifted tomorrow, the broadcast networks are hard at work reconciling their plans for the rest of the 2007-08 season and beyond.
|[02/05/08 - 12:12 AM]
House's Record-Setting Post-Super Bowl Episode "Frozen" to Encore Friday, February 15
Plus: all-new episodes of "Bones" will return to the schedule on Monday, April 14 - two weeks earlier than previously announced.
|[01/03/08 - 03:41 PM]
FOX Addendum: New 'Bones' Set for Mondays
"Bones" fans will finally see new episodes of the series... in April.
|[01/02/08 - 02:38 PM]
FOX Announces Revised Midseason Premieres
Among the changes: new premiere dates and time periods for "New Amsterdam" and "Canterbury's Law" while "The Return of Jezebel James" gets a post-"Idol" showcase.
|[11/21/07 - 12:28 PM]
Val Kilmer, Steve Zahn and Rachel Griffiths Star in "Comanche Moon," a New Six-Hour Mini-Series, Based on the Novel by Larry Mcmurtry, and the Final Chapter in the "Lonesome Dove" Saga, to Be Broadcast JaN. 13, JaN. 15 and JaN. 16 on the CBS Television Network
The mini-series was previously set to air Sunday, Dec. 30, Tuesday, Jan. 1 and Wednesday, Jan. 2.
|[11/07/07 - 04:02 PM]
FOX Announces Revised Lineup for 2007-08 Season
Among the changes: "24" shelved, "Hell's Kitchen" moved up to spring and plenty of newcomers.
|[10/12/07 - 04:52 PM]
FOX Trims 'Jezebel James,' Extends 'K-Ville'
FOX will suspend production on "James" after its seventh episode, six shy of its previously announced 13-episode order.
|[08/23/07 - 09:05 AM]
Canterbury's Law Subpoenas Aidan Quinn
He'll take over for Linus Roache as Matt Furey, the estranged law professor husband of Julianna Margulies's character.
||[08/13/07 - 12:48 PM]
The Futon's First Look: "Canterbury's Law" (FOX)
|[07/17/07 - 06:16 PM]
Recasting Bug Hits NBC's 'Life,' 'Bionic,' Others
Mae Whitman and Melissa Sagemiller are out of NBC's "Bionic Woman" and "Life" respectively, while changes are in store for The CW's "Eight Days a Week" and NBC's "Lipstick Jungle." Plus: a recap of the recastings to date this season.
|[06/15/07 - 06:27 PM]
Development Update: Week of June 11-15
Updates include: "Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas to run ABC's "Miss/Guided," Donald Trump brings "Lady or a Tramp" to FOX, MTV renews "Laguna Beach" and "Run's House" plus a host of casting news.
|[05/17/07 - 04:39 PM]
The Futon's Upfront Notes: Fox
More details on "House's" post-Super Bowl berth, FOX's new MLB playoff schedule, the future of "Nanny 911" and "Trading Spouses" as well as various other odds and ends.
|[05/17/07 - 09:38 AM]
FOX Announces Primetime Slate for 2007-2008 Season
Peter Liguori, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company, today unveiled the FOX primetime schedule for the 2007-2008 television season.
|[05/13/07 - 08:52 PM]
Pilot Trio Lands Pick-Up; NBC Universal Inks Wolf, Smilovic
FOX's "Canterbury's Law," ABC's "Miss/Guided" and NBC's "The IT Crowd" all landed series orders over the weekend as the broadcast networks closed in on the start of upfront week.
|[03/20/07 - 05:06 PM]
2007 FOX Program Development Guide - Drama Series
FOX details its 10 drama pilots under consideration for next season.
|[02/21/07 - 12:52 AM]
Development Update: Wednesday, February 21
Updates include: CBS, NBC and FOX add comedy pilots, directors set on a dozen half-hours and Marc Cherry to remain with "Housewives" through May 2011.
|[02/16/07 - 12:42 AM]
Development Update: Friday, February 16
Updates include: Ryan Murphy gets new overall deal/season of "Nip/Tuck," the CW lines up pilot directors and TBS adds Frank Caliendo's sketch comedy series.
|[02/14/07 - 12:32 AM]
Development Update: Wednesday, February 14
Updates include: Julianna Margulies and Sara Rue both land pilots, new efforts from CBS and Lifetime plus "Old Christine's" Kari Lizer inks a new overall deal.
|[02/01/07 - 12:34 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 1
Updates include: New pilot orders from ABC and FOX plus ABC finds its "Mrs. Smith" and Laurie Metcalf to play "Virgin" for Lifetime.
|[01/08/07 - 12:14 AM]
Development Update: Monday, January 8
Updates include: Three pilots get the green light at FOX while Kurtwood Smith joins the cast of Showtime's "Insatiable" and Hank Steinberg inks a massive overall deal with NBC Universal Television.