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Cable upstart FXX picks up its first original series, giving orders to an animated comedy from the team behind HBO series Eastbound & Down and FX series Archer.
BRB announces the writing team for Filly Funtasia, a new animated show based on Dracco’s Filly brand.
Comedy pilots Alpha House and Betas, along with kids pilots Annebots, Creative Galaxy and Tumbleaf, are given the greenlight to begin production on a full series of episodes that will air exclusively on Prime Instant Video later this year and in early 2014.
PGS Entertainment strikes new deals for Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood, bringing the show to Quebec, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, and Finland.
Rainbow heads to Licensing Expo with a selection of brands from their portfolio including Winx Club, Mia & Me, and the brand new series GON.
The Oscar-winning director pulls out of the Howard Gordon drama pilot due to exhaustion after the experience of filming and promoting Life of Pi.
Steven Spielberg takes on the Halo videogame franchise with a new live-action series exclusively for Xbox Live.
DMCI partners with Nick Jr. for a new short form musical series, “Play Along with Sam,” featuring ex-Wiggle Sam Moran.
Visual effects house Zoic Studios delivers a dose of spine-tingling transformations from human to beast in the new Netflix original murder mystery series “Hemlock Grove.”
Guillermo del Toro temas with HBO on the development of a new series, “Monster,” based on the manga comic by Naoki Urasawa.
Amazon Studios releases 14 new pilots online, including pilot episodes for seven animated series, with audience reaction to help determine what gets ordered to series.
V&S Entertainment signs a deal with RAI, bringing the second season of “Everything’s Rosie” to Italy.
Syfy’s groundbreaking transmedia event “Defiance” becomes the channel’s most-watched scripted series premiere since 2006 with 1.3 million adults aged 18-49, matched by more than six million hours of gameplay since the game’s April 2 launch.
Nelvana partners with Michael Eisner's Tornate and Topps to develop a brand new action series, “Mysticons.”