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  1. Upfronts 2013: Which Studios Sold the Most Shows?

    7:00 am 5/15/2013

    UPDATED: Warner Bros. Television leads the pack with 12 series orders, followed by 20th Television (11) -- the season's biggest gainer -- and CBSTVS with 10.Read more

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  2. Bruce Rosenblum to Exit Warner Bros. TV

    8:21 am 5/12/2013

    Peter Roth will be promoted, reporting directly to studio chief Kevin Tsujihara.Read more

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  3. 'Suburgatory's' Emily Kapnek Inks Overal Deal With Warner Bros. TV (Exclusive)

    8:07 pm 4/14/2013

    She'll continue to serve as showrunner on the ABC comedy and develop additional projects for the studio.Read more

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  4. UCLA Panel: Cost Containment a Must Amid 'Golden Age of Television'

    6:01 pm 3/9/2013

    It’s “so much opportunity” for some – and paycuts for others.Read more

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  5. 'Mad Men' EPs Andre and Maria Jacquemetton Depart for Warner Bros. Deal

    4:00 pm 3/1/2013

    "I will miss seeing them every day,” series creator Matthew Weiner says of the married writer-producers.Read more

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  6. 'Parks and Recreation's' Rashida Jones, Writing Partner Ink 2-Year Deal With Warner Bros. TV

    12:00 pm 1/31/2013

    With her "Celeste & Jesse Forever" partner Will McCormack, Jones will develop, write and produce projects for cable and network.Read more

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  7. Fox Developing Medical Comedy, Conan O'Brien Producing

    1:22 pm 1/2/2013

    The network has given a script order to a single-camera series from the talk show host's Conaco and Warner Bros. TV.Read more

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  8. 'Chuck' Creators Adapting 'Midnighters' Book Trilogy for Fox

    11:34 am 10/5/2012

    Chris Fedak will pen the script with Fake Empire's Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage and Len Goldstein executive producing the Warner Bros. TV drama alongside Alloy's Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo. Read more

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  9. J.J. Abrams and Warner Bros. TV Extend Deal Through 2015

    1:32 pm 9/6/2012

    The "Fringe" and "Person of Interest" EP, along with Bad Robot partner Bryan Burk, will continue to develop new series for the studio. Read more

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  10. Chuck Lorre, WBTV Ink 4-Year Deal That Includes Film, Cable Components

    11:02 am 9/5/2012

    The prolific producer will push into drama series under the pact, which cements his relationship with the studio behind CBS' "Big Bang Theory," "Two and a Half Men" and "Mike & Molly."Read more

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