"Arrested Development" couldn't be less descriptive of the current state of that show or of Netflix, which has revived it.
Ted Forstmann, a prominent financier who made many of his most high-profile investments in the media sector, died Sunday. He was 71.
Netflix is licensing new episodes of the TV series "Arrested Development" from 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Television.
NBC has given a put-pilot commitment to a comedy set in the White House with a real-life former presidential speech writer on board as an executive producer.
ABC unveiled its midseason schedule Friday, with new drama "GCB" getting the enviable time slot following "Desperate Housewives" beginning March 4 on Sunday at 10 p.m.
Elisabeth Shue is taking a lead role in the cast of "CSI."
Internet sensation The Annoying Orange is bearing fruit on TV.
Not even bipartisan bickering or the NBA lockout can shake Leslie Moonves' faith in the broadcast TV business.
CBS has ordered two more cycles of "Survivor."
The production truck parked just outside where "The X Factor" shoots on Stage 36 in the CBS Television City complex is filled with 20 people hunkered over monitors. But they've got nothing to do with…
NBC has ordered a pilot from Universal Television and creator Bryan Fuller that will reinvent 1960s comedy series "The Munsters" as a one-hour drama.