Category Archives: TV Sales
Hannibal series helmer Bryan Fuller to produce a weekly anthology for NBC based on the 1980s series from Steven Spielberg.
It was a big week as development season picks up in the TV world. Let’s take a look back at some of the biggest stories and trends.
Rogen announced the news on Twitter today, confirming that the network will air the series in 2016. AMC has not released any official confirmation, but sources are saying that its a done deal.
Previously reported as a possible film rights bonanza, NBC has decided to take the terrifying true story of a New Jersey family and the “Watcher” who stalks their new home to television.
The half-hour comedy will be added to Hulu’s rapidly growing list of original scripted shows.
While details are scarce, the series will be set in the present and focus on the residents of Crystal Lake as they are forced to confront the return of the infamous killer, as more secrets of his origins surface.
A round-up of this week’s pilot and series TV casting and sales!
The popular 90s series Xena: Warrior Princess is being eyed by NBC for a reboot, with the involvement of original star Lucy Lawless, original creator Rob Tapert, and original executive producer Sam Raimi.
The reboot of Archie and his pals is moving from FOX to CW.
Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller and Kings creator Michael Green will shepherd the adaptation of Gaiman’s bestselling 2001 novel, which centers on a modern day America where the ancient gods of myth exist in human form.
Set on the eve of the apocalypse triggered by the entire galaxy at war, Hyperion tells the story a group of pilgrims who travel the universe seeking answers, with one holding the fate of the human race in his hands.
Sgt. Ballard and Aslam bond over some justifiable homicide.
“Full House” is close to getting revived.
A round-up of this week’s TV sales, pick-ups, attachments, greenlights, and deals!
A heavy-hitting season finale of “Suits” brings change in the office, a surprising memorial, and a last ditch effort by Harvey to put a client away.
After 7 years, it’s time to say goodbye to Parks and Rec.
Will Slippin’ Jimmy do what is right, or what is easy on #BetterCallSaul?