It was a week for minor upsets in Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings Jan. 24- 28 as "Today" ended "Good Morning America's" 21-week winning streak and "Nightline" capitalized on a "Late Show With…
In addition to providing a fabulous feature-length ad for Bahamas tourism, this latest U.S. remake of a French film offers some of the same breezy charm as its environs. Those winds could blow some…
CBS will schedule the Bruce Paltrow-John Tinker drama "The Road Home" at 9 p.m. Saturdays beginning March 5, placing current time-period occupant "Harts of the West" on hiatus.
Capital Cities/ABC has expanded its push into production by inking a novel agreement with Brillstein-Grey Entertainment to establish a new entity charged with producing all forms of television…
The wheels have been set in motion to bring at least one half of the Tonya Harding-Nancy Kerrigan "Skategate" scandal to television, probably in time for the May sweeps.
Tributes to Sid Caesar and Norman Lear will bookend the Museum of Television & Radio's 11th annual television festival, to be held March 2-19 at the L.A. County Museum of Art.
The three networks and Fox Broadcasting Co. are planning to dispense with formal pilot presentations to advertisers this year, apparently seeing little upside in the practice.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
Jonathan Axelrod and James Widdoes, two exec producers on the hit CBS sitcom "Dave's World," are close to signing an exclusive pact to develop and produce series with CBS Entertainment Prods.
The Buffalo Bills kept things close long enough to generate huge Super Bowl numbers, as the game crossed the Nielsen goal line with its highest rating in seven years.