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‘Made for Love’ Showrunner Inks Warner Bros. TV Overall Deal (Exclusive)

Christina Lee is putting down roots at Warner Bros. Television. The Made for Love showrunner has inked a multiple-year overall deal with the company, for whom she steers the HBO Max…

Damon Lindelof, Tara Hernandez to Explore Faith vs. Technology in Peacock Drama

Damon Lindelof has set his next TV project. The Watchmen and Leftovers grad is teaming with Big Bang Theory grad Tara Hernandez for Mrs. Davis, a scripted drama that has been picked up straight…

Kaley Cuoco Signs New Overall Deal at Warner Bros. TV

Kaley Cuoco is extending her long-standing relationship with Warner Bros. TV. The Flight Attendant star and executive producer has signed a new, multiyear overall deal at the studio she’s…

‘All Rise’ Creator, Co-Showrunner Greg Spottiswood Fired After Misconduct Investigation

Warner Bros. Television launched a probe after a writers room revolt over how the CBS legal drama dealt with issues of race and gender.

Paris Hilton Signs Overall Deal With Warner Bros. Unscripted TV

The entrepreneur and reality star will develop and potentially appear in projects for the Mike Darnell-led unit.

Angela Robinson Inks 8-Figure Warner Bros. TV Overall Deal

J.J. Abrams and Katie McGrath helped personally recruit the writer, producer and director to the studio.

Chris Harrison Eyes Return to ‘The Bachelor’ Franchise: “I Plan to Be Back”

The face of the franchise, who had stepped back as host amid an ongoing racism controversy, gave his first interview in nearly one month on Thursday.

Melissa Benoist Inks Warner Bros. Overall TV Deal

The 'Supergirl' star has also formed a new production company and will develop and produce new content, with a potential to star.

‘Night Court’ Sequel in the Works at NBC

NBC is eyeing a return to 'Night Court.' The network and Warner Bros. TV are developing a sequel to the 1980s comedy series.

Communications Exec Paul McGuire Exits Warner Bros. TV

Communications Exec Paul McGuire Exits Warner Bros. TV

Peter Roth Stepping Down as Warner Bros. TV Chairman

Legendary and longtime studio executive Peter Roth, who currently serves as chairman of Warner Bros. Television Group, will step down when his current contract expires in early 2021.

Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Inks Warner Bros. TV Overall Deal

Patrisse Cullors will develop and produce original programming for the studio.