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  • Ensuring a series is combat ready

    Ensuring a series is combat ready
    When David Simon ("The Wire") considered HBO's proposal to script Evan Wright's book "Generation Kill," he knew the journalist should stay in the picture, he told television critics at their annual press tour last week. Simon, who worked on the...
  • NBC Dips Into 'Lost and Found' Box

    "Law & Order" boss Dick Wolf will switch coasts, but not networks, for his next project. NBC has ordered a pilot from Wolf's company called "Lost and Found," about a female Los Angeles detective who clashes with her superiors and is banished to work...
  • 'Wire' Creator Heads to New Orleans

    "The Wire" may be done, but David Simon isn't finished chronicling the struggles of urban America. Simon will explore New Orleans in his next project for HBO, a pilot called "Treme." The cable channel has greenlit the drama along with several other...
  • Jeff Goldblum Has 'Criminal Intent'

    Long-time "Law & Order" cop Chris Noth is leaving the force, stepping out of USA's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." Jeff Goldblum is set to take his place on the show, joining Vincent D'Onofrio as a co-lead, the showbiz trade papers report. "Criminal...
  • Amy Ryan Continues 'Office' Job

    Amy Ryan will keep punching a timecard at "The Office" for a while. The Oscar-nominated actress will reprise her guest role as Holly Flax, the new human resources rep at Dunder Mifflin Scranton, in several episodes of the NBC comedy next season. The show...
  • TNT, Donnie Wahlberg Know 'Code'

    TNT has lined up several heavy hitters -- George Clooney, Donnie Wahlberg and Jon Avnet and "24" co-creator Joel Surnow -- for its next generation of original series. They're all developing projects for the cable network, which staged its upfront...
  • 'Firefly' Actress Joins ABC Pilot

    ABC has added to the casts of three pilots, with "Firefly's" Morena Baccarin among the signees, and is bringing a familiar face back to one of its existing shows. Baccarin is joining writer David Hemingson's legal drama, where she'll star opposite Matt...
  • Change the networks want to believe in

    Change the networks want to believe in
    At last the election is over! Now, viewers can go back to really important TV fare, such as "Dirty Sexy Money" and "Lipstick Jungle." Don't laugh. That's what the networks are praying for. Conventional wisdom has it that the fall TV season was...
  • NBC Makes Big Plans for '08-'09

    NBC Makes Big Plans for '08-'09
    "Friday Night Lights" is coming back, "The Office" is spinning off and NBC is going to try to have mostly original programming all year round. Those are some of the highlights from what NBC is calling its "in front" (rather than upfront) schedule...
  • 'American Idol' Wins Another Wednesday

    Fast National ratings for Wednesday, April 2, 2008 A pair of returning dramas boosted CBS' fortunes Wednesday, but it was mostly business as usual as "American Idol" and FOX led the night. FOX averaged a 10.5 rating/17 share in primetime, easily beating...
  • 'Law & Order: SVU' Loses Pair

    "Law & Order: SVU" has had a much more stable cast over its lifetime than its parent "Law & Order," but some turnover is on the way. Two of the show's regulars, Adam Beach and Diane Neal, will depart the nine-year-old series at the end of the season....