The U.S. network has set a July 3 premiere for Lucky 8 TV’s forensic investigative special The Unknown Flag Raiser of Iwo Jima. (Pictured: U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Harold Schultz)
The Discovery Communications-owned lifestyle network is puckering up for its forthcoming dating series Love at First Kiss (pictured) from The Bachelor producer Next Entertainment.
In this week’s round-up, renewals are on the way for Lifetime’s Little Women franchise, History’s Photo Face-Off, Discovery Channel’s Misfit Garage and A&E’s Born This Way. (Pictured: Little Women: LA)
U.S. producer LMNO Cable Group has filed a US$7 million lawsuit against Discovery Communications, alleging copyright infringement, unfair competition, common law trademark infringement and breach of written contract. (Pictured: TLC’s The Little Couple)
BBC Worldwide’s creative director of formats will oversee entertainment commissioning for the UK pubcaster beginning in September.
In today’s ‘Extra,’ New York-based Milojo Productions expands its development team, while Rare Television-owned 360Production secures two U.S. commissions. (Pictured: Ailsa Orr of 360Production)
The Los Angeles-headquartered health and entertainment network has unveiled its summer programming lineup with six series on the way from Cineflix Rights, Popsugar Studios and Zig Zag Productions.