The writer/producer has signed a three-year overall deal with the studio
The actress will no longer be a series regular as of Tuesday's episode, "Farewell to Storyville"
The one-hour drama explores the secret lives of a suburban family
Logue's character will mentor Ben McKenzie's, with a side of old-school police brutality
The DC Comics-based series will explore the origin story of the "Batman" character
He executive produces for "The Big Bang Theory," "Mike & Molly," "Mom" and "Two and a Half Men"
Following a successful summer test run, the talker will roll out wide next fall
The actress joins in a guest voice-over role on The CW series
The Gotham Group says after more than a decade of loyal services, Kapnek left the minute she signed a rich deal with Warner Bros.
Executive produced by Pam Veasey, the project follows twenty-something DC friends
The showbiz kids' half-hour sitcom has landed a script development deal
The much-anticipated drama explores Batman's police buddy and the villains of the iconic city
Also, Amanda Bowman joins as manager of development from ABC Family
Lauren Iungerich's "Damaged Goods" project gets production commitment with series penalty at the broadcast network
The Emmy-nominated writer/producer will continue as showrunner on the comedy and develop new projects
Other shows include "The West Wing" and the recently canceled "666 Park Avenue"
Actor's legal team apparently decides not to push now for restraining order to avoid arbitration
The "Two and a Half Men" actor's attorney gets shut down in his effort to avoid arbitration
"Two and a Half Men" producer's attorney calls actor's claims "recklessly false"
The network has given a put pilot commitment to the untitled hour-long project about a trio of globe-trotting women
The trio will earn $200,000 per episode, according to multiple reports
Longtime studio staffer promoted to executive VP of current programming
Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. TV are at odds over a new deal for the "Two and a Half Men" star, with Sheen using the...
Warner Bros. TV's chief day-to-day creative executive will run TV for Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage's new company
The duo talk about their big new deal, what it means for "Chuck" and the CW's "Melrose Place"
Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage hope to create a writer-friendly pod for both TV and film
Veteran Warner Bros. and Fox PR executive calling it quits -- for now.
CBS also picks up pilots from Tad Quill, "Chuck's" Josh Schwartz
Network and studio reach settlement on the John Wells deal, paving the way for a possible move to TNT.
Considers reviving classic primetime soap for TNT.