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Caitlyn Jenner Has a Film Crew Chronicling Gubernatorial Campaign

Is Caitlyn Jenner already thinking about a reality TV comeback? Jenner is running to replace Gavin Newsom as California’s governor in the upcoming recall election, but the former Keeping Up With…

Pluto TV Nabs Endeavor’s Pro Bull Riding Streaming Service

Professional Bull Riders and ViacomCBS, have inked a deal that will merge PBR RidePass, the subscription streaming service from the Endeavor-owned sports outfit, into Pluto TV, the free…

NBCUniversal Gives Peacock Prime Olympics Rights In Renewed Streaming Push

NBCUniversal is giving its Peacock streaming service live streaming rights to some of the most high-profile events from the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. The company says that Peacock will stream…

UMC’s Brett Dismuke Promoted to GM, Adds WE tv Oversight (Exclusive)

UMC's Brett Dismuke Promoted to GM, Adds WE tv Oversight (Exclusive)

Marc Juris to Exit as WE tv President

Marc Juris to Exit as WE tv President

‘Blue Planet II’: TV Review

Another staggering visual accomplishment, following on the heels of 'Planet Earth II.'

‘Bridezillas’ Reboot Greenlit at WE tv

The reality series, which wrapped its 10-season run in 2013, will return with 10 new episodes.

‘South of Hell’: TV Review

Mena Suvari in a demonic drama that's being dumped on Black Friday? It's gotta be good!

WE tv Orders ‘Empire’-Like Docuseries Featuring Famous Hip-Hop Families (Exclusive)

The six-episode show will follow the aspiring offspring of music legends including Damon Dash, Rev. Run, Russell Simmons, Master P, El DeBarge and Pepa.

WE tv Yanks ‘Sex Box,’ Mulls “Potential” Format Changes (Exclusive)

The controversial dating series debuted to 378,000 total viewers in March.

‘Sex Box’ Prompts Parents Group to Demand WE tv Punishment

The Parents Television Council wants the basic cable network removed from subscription bundles over its racy new show.

Prestige Often Outweighs Performance in Cable’s Scripted Push

The bottom line gets blurry as more networks try to court advertisers with glossy dramas