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Canadian Networks Ramp Up Hollywood Dealmaking to Fend Off Netflix

The pressure to find the next 'Survivor' or 'Modern Family' also is complicated this year by the U.S. networks doubling down on TV reboots, remakes and adaptations to join their schedules this season.

Tara Flynn Upped at Fox 21 Television Studios

As vp creative affairs, she'll develop new dramas and comedies

Jeff Eastin Renews Fox Overall Deal

He'll develop projects for broadcast and cable with his new pact with 20th TV and Fox Television Studios

Telenovela ‘Queen of the South’ Lands Pilot Order at USA (Exclusive)

Based on the best-seller by Arturo Perez-Reverte that spawned a show on Telemundo

Selling Fall TV: The Most Important Shows to the Networks

Fox needs 'Gotham' to work, ABC hangs its hopes on Shonda Rhimes, and all nets seek to rise above "a bunch of big heads on billboards"

‘Sleepy Hollow’ Digital Comics Reveal Characters’ Hidden Pasts

For those who'd prefer to see Ichabod Crane in the 18th Century, now's your chance

Comic-Con: ‘Gotham,’ ‘The Flash’ Pilots Dazzle in Hall H

The cast and producers of "Constantine" and "Arrow" also showed up for the largest gathering of panelists ever in the hall.

5 Urgent Questions for New Fox Chiefs Dana Walden and Gary Newman (Analysis)

Who gains and loses power? Will the network buy from rival studios? The Fox TV Studio bosses take over the struggling network — and all the pressures and politics that come with it.

David Madden Re-Ups as President of Fox Television Studios

The FTVS president has inked a new long-term deal to remain at the studio responsible for such shows as "The Americans" and "The Killing."

Super Bowl: Disney Seeking Last-Minute Ad Buy

Only three studios are shelling out a record $4 million per 30-second spot during the big game

Winter TV’s Burning Questions: Leno Exit; ‘Idol’ Reboot; ‘Modern Family’ Slide

NBC's "Voice"-less "Blacklist," CBS' Monday struggles and the ABC comedy's surprising woes are hot topics as the TCA's annual gathering begins in Pasadena starting Thursday.

Why New Award Shows are Crowding TV’s Calendar

As demand for live events drives up costs ($500 million for the Oscars), broadcast and cable nets are locking in top shows, creating new ones and making (nearly) everyone a winner.