"How I Met Your Mother" executive producer Pamela Fryman has signed a two-year deal with 20th Century Fox TV.
The CW has unveiled dates for its fall premieres, which will kick off Sept. 13 with the debut of the Sarah Michelle Gellar drama "Ringer."
Whether or not you're infuriated by last night's finale of "The Killing," you've got to give the AMC series its due. The cable network has another success on its hands, one strong enough to have…
The website that turned cats on skateboards into global entertainment is looking to Hollywood to help reposition itself as a home for programming of a higher pedigree.
TV tune-in campaigns are getting a tune-up.
Why keep that ongoing ranking in your head of contestants at Sunday's Miss USA pageant on NBC when there's an app that can do it for you–and share it with your friends on social networks? Download…
ABC has renewed unscripted series "Wipeout" for a fifth season and brought aboard Vanessa Minnillo as a co-host.
What a difference a week makes for Tracy Morgan. Just a few days ago, the "30 Rock" star seemed on the verge of ruin after making homophobic remarks in a stand-up comedy appearance in Nashville…
Chalk up another post-primetime home for "Mad Men," which has just been added to Walmart-owned Vudu.
Comcast Corp. unveiled a new hybrid set-top box at the Cable Show in Chicago on Tuesday that incorporates Web-based features like a Facebook app.
Brillstein Entertainment's longtime TV topper Peter Traugott is leaving the firm for a three-year overall deal with Universal Media Studios, where he'll develop scripted series for NBC.