Schneider, Michael
November 2001
Daily Variety;11/2/2001, Vol. 273 Issue 45, p12
Trade Publication
Reports the deal between Warner Bros. Television and ABC Inc. to repurpose primetime television series in the United States. Transfer of 'The Court,' program to Warner Bros. Television; Extra cost per episode of the program for ABC; Accounts of the precedent-setting agreement.


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