Bravo, E!, Oxygen and Esquire will make up new network group
The series will include reenactments of real stories and celebrity guest storytellers, including Cheryl Burke and Adrienne Bailon
Destiny's Child star joins gospel singer Deitrick Haddon in mentoring struggling choirs across the country
The CW also gives pilot orders to sci-fi romance "Oxygen" and the Mary Queen of Scots drama "Reign"
Oxygen reality show was accused by many of perpetuating racial stereotypes
MTV vet is the latest in a line of defections for Winfrey's network
Celebutante's latest reality series scores really bad numbers
Reality fare to include series on bridesmaids gone wild, Olivia Newton-John's daughter and post-college life
Oxygen's untitled docu-series will follow "Paris and three important women in her life, through all of their ups and downs"
“What we’ve all been guaranteed is the ability to show what’s going to drive the engine”
The highlights (and lowlights) of last month's cable ratings results
Reality TV vet Michael Hirschorn is among the executive producers for Oxygen's upcoming "The Aubrey O'Day Project"
Fox TV Studios licenses Fox network musical hit to Oxygen, ABC single-cam comedy to USA Network; both shows to begin strip runs in 2013
Peacock rakes in $1.8B in primetime ads, $1.1B in cable
General manager named president of the women's network
Also new: "Jersey Couture," plus returning "Dance Your Ass Off," "BGC Miami"
Oxygen's "Bad Girls Club," Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker" hit ratings highs; USA's "White Collar" shines
Other projects in the works: "Hair Battle Spectacular" and "House of Glam"
Expect more original programming as the network tries to build its female base
After helping brand Fox News and Bravo, Jason Klarman is focused on wooing young women
Oxygen's "Bad Girls Club" become the latest cable reality series to set a December record, lifting the network to its most-watched telecast ever
Reality show gives the NBC U cable network its best non-finale ratings ever
Cable network greenlights second season of "Dance Your Ass Off". But is a host change in the works?
“These days, the message is more important than the medium,” said Microsoft's Vince Messina
Pick ups include "The Naughty Kitchen With Chef Blythe Beck."