Ben Silverman is back in business with NBC.
The former co-chairman of NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios has sold Party People, an ensemble comedy script, to his old network home, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Described as a modern-day Taxi, Party People revolves around entertainers who perform at children's parties. Silverman will executive-produce ...
Turning Twitter feeds into TV shows is so last week.
Continuing the trend of mining the Internet for TV ideas, ABC and Sony Pictures are developing a sitcom based on the website and book Awkward Family Photos, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Contractually, the show will work primarily from the book — which was spawned from the site and contains the same content — but it is unclear how the concept will translate into a series.
CBS has already launched $#*! My Dad Says, based on the popular Twitter feed, and last week ...
Lara Flynn Boyle
E!'s next celebrity reality series won't star a Kardashian sister or a Girl Next Door, but rather Lara Flynn Boyle.
The network has green-lit a pilot presentation of a docu-reality series about the former Practice star, Deadline reports. The as-yet-untitled series would follow Boyle as she ...
Terry O’Quinn, Michael Emerson
There's no returning to Lost's mysterious island, but this isn't the end for the partnership of Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson.
NBC has just picked up a new pilot from...
TNT is heading to Southfork to give one of TV's most famous families a facelift.
The cable network has ordered an updated version of Dallas. The pilot, from Cane creator Cynthia Cidre, will focus on the offspring of brothers and enemies JR and Bobby Ewing. The original primetime soap opera, still known for the "Who shot JR?" mystery, ran on CBS from 1978 to 1991.
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TNT has also ordered a drama pilot from...