WB eyes Imagine's 'PJs' toon

Adalian, Josef
March 2000
Daily Variety;03/03/2000, Vol. 266 Issue 66, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on negotiations between Imagine Television and the WB Network regarding the removal of the animated show `The PJs' from Fox Broadcasting (FBC). FBC as letting its option for the show expire; Imagine's right to talk to other outlets about ordering additional segments; Changes to the show if it migrates to the WB network.


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