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  • Matthew Perry Developing New Take on 'Odd Couple' at CBS

    CBS has handed a script commitment plus penalty to a reinvention of "The Odd Couple" from Matthew Perry, Variety has confirmed. Based on Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple," project centers on two mismatched roommates, messy Oscar Madison and neat freak...
  • Mark Burnett Sets U.K. Production Venture with Red Arrow

    Mark Burnett's One Three Media is extending its reach into the U.K. through a production venture with Red Arrow Entertainment. Deal calls for the new company to focus on bringing One Three formats to the U.K. market as well as developing original fare,...
  • 'Bible' gets NBC sequel 'A.D.'

    'Bible' gets NBC sequel 'A.D.'
    "The Bible" is getting a sequel. NBC will air a 12-hour miniseries called "A.D." from "The Bible" creators Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. "A.D." will most likely air in spring 2015, because unlike Earth, a miniseries can't be created in one day. But NBC...
  • NBC Officially Orders 'Bible' Follow-Up Miniseries

    News broke in July that Mark Burnett and Roma Downey had set the follow-up to History mini "The Bible" at NBC. Today, the Peacock made the project official, greenlighting the 12-hour miniseries titled "A.D." for a spring 2015 debut. "Last year when...
  • NBC greenlights 'Bible' sequel series 'A.D.'

    NBC greenlights 'Bible' sequel series 'A.D.'
    "The Bible" was a hit for History this year, so it only makes sense that more would be coming. On Tuesday, NBC announced the sequel -- "A.D." -- is making the leap from cable to broadcast. It will air on NBC sometime in the spring of 2015. The 12-hour...
  • Tom Sherak on L.A. Film Czar Job: 'I Know It's Not Going to Be Easy'

    Tom Sherak, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's newly appointed "film czar," said that he was stepping into a world in which he has little experience, politics, but that he took the position because "it was a way of giving back." Garcetti's staff kept...
  • Could Jenner split be the end of the Kardashians?!

    "BAD TASTE creates many more millionaires than good taste," said Charles Bukowski. NOW THAT Kris Jenner's TV talk show met its inglorious (but well-deserved) end, and the ratings of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" have begun to deflate, does this...
  • History re-airing The Bible series starting Nov. 11

     
    It was a ratings smash — and a favorite among our readers, who named it Best TV Movie or Miniseries by a large margin in our annual Viewers Voice Awards — in its original run, and now History is re-airing The Bible series, beginning Monday,...
  • Off the cuff with Emmy nominees

    Off the cuff with Emmy nominees
    If you get to them early enough on announcement day, you can get newly minted Emmy nominees to talk about pretty much anything. Can you blame them? They're excited at the news, they're happy for their colleagues — they're punch-drunk from getting up...
  • Frank Darabont's new series gets a new title, air date

    Frank Darabont's new series gets a new title, air date
    Frank Darabont's TV comeback after his highly publicized departure from "The Walking Dead" will debut on TNT on Dec. 4, but be sure to set your DVR carefully -- the show has a brand new title. The series that started out being called "L.A. Noir," then...
  • Tom Sherak Advising Mark Burnett, Roma Downey on 'Son of God' Pact

    As Mark Burnett and Roma Downey step up the process of securing a theatrical distributor for "Son of God," the feature derived from the pair's 10-hour miniseries "The Bible," the two have enlisted the help of industry vet Tom Sherak to evaluate the offers...
  • NBC Gets Aggressive at 10 p.m. This Fall

    No one should be feeling too pea-cocky just yet, but for the first time in years, NBC seems to have some wind at its back. The long-struggling network broke through last season, finishing ahead of one of its rivals (ABC) in the young adults demo for...