Don't expect radical changes to the upcoming Emmy Awards, though first-time executive producer Mark Burnett will make some tweaks including lightening up the "In Memoriam" portion.
Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly is aiming to have a repeat-free primetime schedule, a goal fueled by his prediction that the network will "have success in every genre," as he put it to the…
With the fate of the Golden Globe Awards in the hands of the courts, Dick Clark Prods. is developing another kudocast.
The CW is looking to broaden its schedule with comedies, superheroes and series with closed-ended episodes under the leadership of newly appointed prexy Mark Pedowitz, who gave his outlook for the…
A lifetime filled with formulaic medical shows has left me avoiding the genre like malaria. But after hearing Neal Baer discuss "A Gifted Man" at TCA press tour Wednesday, I'm willing to give this…
CBS has developed a new research tool with Nielsen Co. intended to give both the network and its advertisers a deeper understanding of its audience beyond basic demographics.
High-profile cast changes to ''Two and a Half Men'' and ''CSI'' won't destabilize CBS' schedule, entertainment president Nina Tassler assured the TCA press tour on Wednesday.
Hulu is attempting its first long-form original series, teaming with Morgan Spurlock on unscripted project "A Day in the Life."
The knock on CBS Corp. has long been how vulnerable it is to the vicissitudes of the advertising marketplace, but its second-quarter earnings Tuesday could go a long way toward changing that…
Kourtney Kang has signed a two-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV that will elevate her to exec producer of CBS hit series "How I Met Your Mother."
How do you marry the sizzle of cable programming with the size of broadcast audiences?