The brilliance of the first half of the second season of the AMC series "The Walking Dead," which wrapped up Sunday night, should speak for itself. But not everyone was a fan, including AOL TV's…
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Prospect Park is abandoning a plan to keep long-running ABC soaps "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" alive by moving them online.
Walt Disney Studios has struck a deal with Google-owned YouTube to make its films available for rental on the website.
Hulu has struck a deal with Carsey Werner TV Distribution to license 11 vintage sitcoms, including "The Cosby Show" and "3rd Rock From the Sun," for its subscription service, Hulu Plus.
NBC has ordered a pilot for a comedy script with Sarah Silverman attached to star.
NBC has ordered a full season of freshman drama "Grimm."
Netflix announced a pair of deals late Monday that will provide an infusion of $400 million in capital, punctuating a day that brought its stock to new lows.
NBC has ordered two more episodes of rookie comedy "Up All Night."
"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.