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Living TV has added to its stable of modelling programming by acquiring the rights to Make Me a Supermodel US.
US network ABC has greenlit a pilot based on the BBC2 comedy series Roman's Empire.
The BBC's next landmark series will be to turn the Bible into a big-budget international co-production.
Five will join police officers chasing criminals at 140mph in an ob-doc series from Raw Cut TV.
RDF Rights has added a trio of series from US music and entertainment network VH1 to its MipTV slate.
Raunchy Australian drama Satisfaction has proved more than satisfactory for Fremantle Media Enterprises after being picked up in 10 territories.
US studio Sony Pictures TV has enlisted Life on Mars scribe Tony Jordan to rework one of its drama pilots and is poised to hunt British partners.
Endemol USA has taken a majority stake in US indie 51 Minds Entertainment in a deal reported to be worth up to $200m.
The Disney Channel has commissioned new pre-school series Jungle Junction from UK indie Spider Eye.
Landmark BBC children's series In The Night Garden is heading to Poland.
The BBC is returning to the town of Cranford for a Christmas special.
Entertainment Rights has acquired the rights to new GCI-animated children's property Shelldon.
Kids show The Large Family is returning for a second series on CBeebies.
BBC1 has ordered a further two series of hit sitcom My Family, taking its total length to nine seasons.
The star of hit BBC kids show Tracy Beaker is to front a new sitcom for CBBC.
The Office producer Ash Atalla has won the first two commissions for his new indie, Roughcut TV, from BBC3 and ITV2.
Sony Pictures Television International (SPTI) has bought a stake in a start-up indie formed by two former Lion TV executives.
Five has commissioned a sequel to its hit documentary The Wolfman.
Animated ants are to read the news in a Nickelodeon UK show that aims to introduce young children to everyday situations.
Fox Television Studios has appointed a new vice-president to oversee programming and co-production in Europe.
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