|[10/15/12 - 11:15 PM]
Development Update: Monday, October 15
Updates include: NBC to redevelop Sarah Colonna's "Life as I Blow It"; Graham Yost, Michael Dinner board FOX's "The Bridge"; and Andrea Savage books "Re-Together" at ABC.
|[08/29/11 - 10:48 PM]
Development Update: Monday, August 29
Updates include: literary heroes April Woo, Evert Backstrom land at CBS, FOX; Christina Millian eyes ABC's "Maid in Miami"; and Chris Hardwick to host potential AMC talk show.
|[02/08/11 - 12:03 PM]
Fran Drescher, Rita Moreno, Donald Faison, Wayne Knight, Kristen Johnston, Christine Taylor and Sherri Shepherd Among Hollywood Stars Signed for TV Land Pilots Taping February 2011
All three pilots will be multi-camera and will tape in front of live audiences later this month.
|[11/29/10 - 05:50 PM]
TV Land Greenlights Production on Two New Scripted Original Pilots "Happily Divorced" and "Rip City"
The pair, from auspices Fran Drescher, Peter Marc Jacobsen and Terri Minsky, join the previously announced "Ex Men."
|[11/10/10 - 06:12 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, November 10
Updates include: FOX still keeping "Breaking In" warm; Mark Reisman snags TV Land pilot; and Naren Shankar, Ronald D. Moore to spearhead "Wild Wild West" for CBS.
|[10/20/10 - 07:19 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, October 20
Updates include: Bryan Callen joins MTV's "Death Valley"; The CW orders scripts for supernatural dramas; and TBS greenlights two pilots.
|[08/10/10 - 12:43 PM]
CMT Greenlights First Sitcom "Working Class" Starring Melissa Peterman to Premiere in January 2011
Jill Cargerman is behind the half-hour, about "a single blue collar mom, who has recently moved her family to a rich suburban neighborhood to try and
provide a better life for her kids."
|[07/06/10 - 10:13 AM]
Hutch Dano Stars in "Den Brother," a Comedic Disney Channel Original Movie Premiering Friday, August 13 on Disney Channel
The film revolves around "a self-centered teen hockey star, who must swallow his pride, step in and become substitute leader of his little sister's Bumble Bee troop."
|[04/20/10 - 12:55 PM]
TV Land Greenlights Second Original Sitcom "Retired at 35" Starring Television, Stage and Film Star, George Segal
Jessica Walter, Johnathan McClain, Josh McDermitt and Ryan Michelle Bathe also star in the series, due early next year.
|[04/05/10 - 12:08 AM]
Development Update: Monday, April 5
Updates include: Jonathan Slavin joins CBS's "Team Spitz"; Tisha Campbell-Martin books "Wright vs. Wrong" at ABC; and Tyler James Williams added to "Our Show" at NBC.
|[03/27/10 - 12:03 AM]
Development Update: Saturday, March 27
Updates include: Jason Wiles reports for "Boston's Finest" at ABC; Martin Short is a "Tax Man" for FOX; and Christopher Sieber to topline ABC's "It Takes a Village."
|[03/05/10 - 01:43 PM]
'Melissa Peterman: Am I the Only One?' Premieres Friday, March 12 on Cmt
The one-hour special will air as part of CMT's BIG NEW COMEDY WEEK.
|[03/01/10 - 12:06 AM]
Development Update: Monday, March 1
Updates include: CBS finds four of its "Quinn-tuplets"; Eric Close adds "Chaos" to the Eye; and "Nip/Tuck" alums Dylan Walsh, Joely Richardson land pilots.
|[01/11/10 - 06:16 PM]
Development Update: Monday, January 11
Updates include: trio headed for ABC's "Funny in Farsi"; Lifetimes axes "Rita Rocks"; and Dana Carvey, Spike Feresten team for sketch comedy at FOX.
|[12/30/09 - 08:34 AM]
The Closer, "True Blood" Lead 2009's Scripted Cable Series
Plus: how more than 60 of cable's scripted series fared in 2009.
|[12/03/09 - 06:41 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, December 3
Updates include: MTV renews "The City," "The Hills"; Kevin Connolly to be "Honest" for FOX; and more roles filled on HBO's "True Blood."
|[11/17/09 - 12:14 PM]
CMT's Hit Series "The Singing Bee" Returns for a Second Season Beginning Friday, January 15, 2010
Melissa Peterman returns as the host of the new season.
|[11/16/09 - 05:02 AM]
TV Land Inks Deal with Television, Stage and Film Star George Segal to Star in Sitcom Pilot "Retired at 35"
The sitcom, which was previously announced in October, is TV Land's first foray into scripted comedy series.
|[10/26/09 - 08:42 AM]
TV Land Gives Pilot Orders to Two Sitcoms: 'Hot in Cleveland' and 'Retired at 35'
Suzanne Martin and Chris Case are behind the respective projects.
|[10/22/09 - 11:19 AM]
Lifetime Sends "Rita Rocks" to Mondays
Back-to-back original episodes will fill the 10:00/9:00c hour from October 26 through December 7.
||[10/13/09 - 12:46 AM]
Interview: "Rita Rocks" Co-Creators Stan Zimmerman & Jim Berg
|[08/12/09 - 10:38 AM]
Lifetime Television Sets October 5 Premiere for 'Sherri,' All-New Comedy Series Starring Comedienne and Daytime Emmy(R) Award-Nominated Co-Host of 'The View' Sherri Shepherd
"Rita Rocks" will lead out of the newcomer as part of a weeklong strip starting at 7:00/6:00c.
|[08/10/09 - 08:29 AM]
CMT's Hit Series "The Singing Bee" Finishes First Season with Back-To-Back New Episodes
The two-hour event airs this Saturday, August 15 starting at 8:00/7:00c.
|[08/04/09 - 08:09 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, August 4
Updates include: Paula Abdul departs "American Idol"; D.B. Sweeney lands on arc on CBS's "Criminal Minds"; and Swoosie Kurtz to recur on Lifetime's "Rita Rocks."
|[05/19/09 - 10:06 AM]
Lifetime Television Picks Up Sherri Shepherd Comedy
The program, to be produced in New York by Lifetime Studios, marks the first comedy series ever to be wholly owned by Lifetime.
|[05/18/09 - 01:33 PM]
The Singing Bee Has Gone Country with All-New Episodes Premiering on Cmt
Melissa Peterman will host the show's cable incarnation, which launches Saturday, June 20 at 10:00/9:00c.
|[03/06/09 - 06:31 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 6
Updates include: Comedy Central cancels "Chocolate News"; ABC adds "Pulling" to comedy pilot roster; and a huge wave of casting news.
|[03/02/09 - 10:47 AM]
Lifetime Television Announces Second Season Pick-Up of Hit Comedy Series Rita Rocks
The 20-episode order was announced today by JoAnn Alfano, Executive Vice President, Entertainment.
|[02/13/09 - 08:10 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 13
Updates include: "NCIS" spin-off locks in trio; more pilots go at ABC and NBC; and "Jericho" alum Lennie James returns to CBS.
|[02/09/09 - 02:33 PM]
Tamera Mowry Stars in the New ABC Family Original Series "Roommates" Premiering on Monday, March 23rd
The 13 all-new half-hour episodes also star Tyler Francavilla, Dorian Brown, Tommy Dewey and David Weidoff.
|[02/04/09 - 01:04 PM]
ABC Announces New Comedy, "Surviving Suburbia," to Premiere Monday, April 6
The series, starring Bob Saget and Cynthia Stevenson, will follow "Dancing With the Stars" at 9:30/8:30c.
|[01/26/09 - 01:49 PM]
Roommates and "Sophie" Premiere on ABC Family on Monday, March 23 Beginning at 9:00 PM ET/PT
"Roommates" stars Tamera Mowry, Tyler Francavilla, Dorian Brown, Tommy Dewey and David Weidoff while "Sophie" stars Natalie Brown as the title character.
|[12/18/08 - 08:01 AM]
Lifetime Television's Annual 'Fa La La La Lifetime' Holiday Movie Festival Reaches 82 Million Total Viewers
Lifetime spins the numbers for the month of December.
|[12/09/08 - 11:21 AM]
Lifetime Television Set to Capture Third Straight #1 Ranking Among Women 25-54
Lifetime spins the numbers for the year to date.
|[12/01/08 - 10:08 AM]
Lifetime to Revamp Mondays in January
The new block will consist of repeats of "How I Met Your Mother," "Reba" and "Wife Swap" as well as new episodes of "Rita Rocks" and its latest original series "DietTribe."
|[11/13/08 - 06:57 AM]
Drew Fuller, Carson Kressley, Melissa Peterman, Sally Pressman and Nicole Sullivan to Host Lifetime Television's Annual Holiday Movie Extravaganza 'Fa La La La Lifetime,' December 1-25
Among the 25 festive movie offerings are "Flirting with Forty," "Will You Merry Me?" and "A Very Merry Daughter of the
|[11/10/08 - 11:38 AM]
Lifetime Television Announces Early Full Season Order for New Comedy Series 'Rita Rocks,' Starring Nicole Sullivan
Lifetime ordered seven additional episodes,
bringing the first season order to 20.
|[10/27/08 - 12:25 PM]
Lifetime Networks Names Nina Lederman Senior Vice President, Series Programming and Development
Lederman most recently served as president of Joe Roth Television, based at CBS Paramount Network Television.
|[10/15/08 - 06:10 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, October 15
Updates include: David E. Kelley to return to NBC; Robert De Niro lands three-for-one pilot deal at CBS; and four series get additional scripts.
|[10/15/08 - 07:27 AM]
Lifetime Networks Celebrates Halloween with a Special Slate of Haunting Programming
The lineup includes Halloween-themed episodes of "Frasier," "Reba,"
"Still Standing" and "Will & Grace."
|[09/22/08 - 07:52 AM]
Lifetime Television Launches New Comedy Series, 'Rita Rocks,' with Aggressive Scheduling Strategy Featuring Five Original Episodes in One Week, October 20-24 at 8:30 P.M. (ET/PT)
Then, starting October 28, "Rita Rocks" will air regularly Tuesdays at 8:30PM (ET/PT).
|[08/25/08 - 06:21 PM]
Development Update: Monday, August 25
Updates include: Lifetime plans to "Blush" for makeup artists; Benjamin McKenzie signs on for NBC's "LAPD"; plus the usual mix of casting news.
|[06/18/08 - 12:07 PM]
Lifetime Networks President of Entertainment Susanne Daniels to Resign Position After Tenure of Tremendous Growth and Success
agreed to stay in her position until she identifies a successor and will
remain a part of the Lifetime family in a consulting role.
|[06/11/08 - 09:22 AM]
Lifetime Television Continues Expansion of Original Programming Ordering Half-Hour Sitcom 'Rita Rocks'
The series will premiere
this fall as part of a one-hour comedy block with the top-rated "Reba."
|[05/09/08 - 05:13 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 9
Updates include: Alexander Payne to direct "Hung" for HBO; Damon Lindelof promises the full 48 of "Lost"; and FOX passes on "The Oaks."
|[04/14/08 - 05:48 PM]
Development Update: Monday, April 14
Updates include: Lifetime details its development slate; Frances Conroy and Christine Woods join CBS's "Journal"; and HBO to tackle the Walter Reed Hospital scandal.
|[03/07/08 - 06:51 PM]
Development Update: March 5-7
Updates include: E! lands series from Dina Lohan and Ashton Kutcher; Nicole Sullivan to say "Rita Rocks" for Lifetime; and the usual mix of casting news.
|[02/22/08 - 06:30 PM]
Development Update: Week of February 18-22
Updates include: NBC eyes a new home for "Friday Night Lights"; TV Guide says "Las Vegas" is on the way out; and Jesse L. Martin to exit "Law & Order."