“Smallville” Producers File Lawsuit Against Warner Bros., CW

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Smallville creators and executive producers Miles Miller and Alfred Gough along with series co producer Tollin/Robbins Productions are suing their studio, Warner Bros, and the network that has just renewed the show for a 10th season, the CW, along with other Time Warner divisions like WBTV, Warner Bros Domestic TV and the defunct WB network.

The suit alleges a few things, according to a report in THR, including that the series was distributed to the WB and CW networks for “unreasonably low, below-market license fees” and that Warner Bros. withheld revenue in its international distribution of the show.

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