Veteran TV producer Don Bellisario has sued CBS TV Studios over profits from "NCIS: Los Angeles" in a lawsuit that could turn on the definition of what exactly a series spinoff is.
The 20th Century Fox release "Rio" arrived in theaters over the weekend fueled in part by a promotional tie-in with "Angry Birds," one of the most successful gaming franchises in the Apple store.
Time Warner Cable restored cable channels owned by Fox Cable Networks and Discovery Networks to its controversial iPad app.
The zillions of dollars required for TV networks to license rights to major-league sports isn't going to keep Comedy Central from horning in on the action. "Sports Show with Norm Macdonald," its…
AMC is getting into the unscripted TV business.
NBC has found a spot on its summer schedule for unscripted series "Love in the Wild," which premieres June 1.
CBS Corp. has hired Doug Rousso for the newly created position of chief technology officer.
Rookie CBS series "Hawaii Five-0" has been sold into syndication, running on TNT beginning in 2014.
Copyright violators on YouTube are being put to the test -- literally.
ABC is making the long-anticipated move of canceling long-running soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," the network announced Thursday.
Animal Planet is bringing back 14 series including its strongest ratings performer "River Monsters," which just returned to the air for a third season Sunday.