"Duty" will be executive-produced by David Caspe and Jamie Tarses
New deals keep them installed as presidents of programming and production as SPTV projects like "Battle Creek," "Better Call Saul" and "Outlander" prepare to hit...
Emmy winner quickly finds his follow-up
One-hour drama will be set in a world full of people with superhuman abilities
Series had previously been canceled, but was revived
The pact also includes a first look deal for feature films
Dave Broome signs two-year deal to create and produce unscripted series
Ryan re-ups with new three-year overall deal
Though he's back in charge, there are things the NBC comedy's boss can't control
The actress will take the stand on the upcoming Fox legal drama starring Greg Kinnear
The show is inspired by Wade's life as a pro athlete and single father
Gilligan is currently working on "Breaking Bad" spinoff "Better Call Saul"
Veteran actress Jane Alexander will also appear on the new drama starring James Spader
The actress previews fallout from the Season 4 cliffhanger, new relationships and fractured ones on the Lifetime dramedy
The writer-producer has inked a two-year deal to continue on with the studio
Under new agreement, Catlin will develop projects and co-executive produce Fox's "Rake"
The Emmy-winning comedy writer has signed an overall deal with the studio.
"The Great Gatsby" director Baz Luhrmann will develop projects for broadcast and cable under two-year agreement
New project from David Shore revolves around a low-rent but street-savvy lawyer
Under new three-year pact, "House" creator David Shore will develop new projects
Most recently served as SVP of media relations
Executive who oversaw company's Crackle platform will now manage studio's partnerships with YouTube and Hulu
Will oversee all of the company's TV distribution and cross-platform sales opportunities
Previously confined to international operations, she'll now oversee U.S. advertising/promo efforts for the division, too
The veteran producer is tapped to run the online and on-demand horror hub as it prepares to launch a cable channel
"Damages" may have had chronic ratings woes, but seeing the series go to DirecTV will still be a big loss for FX
He'll work in U.S. development overseeing reality series
Horror movie cable channel will debut Oct. 1
Reality series on which ordinary-looking girls are turned into self-confident fashion plates
TLC renews "Four Weddings," ABC Family debuts "Huge," ABC adds "No Ordinary Family," "Damages" team gets Sony deal and "Rockford Files" reboot needs rebooting